SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) – Former Texas state Sen. Wendy Davis is campaigning for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at the opening of her first South Dakota office.
The office is set to open Thursday in Sioux Falls. Davis is scheduled to discuss Clinton’s candidacy and urge voters to support her in South Dakota’s June 7 primary.
Davis is known for a more than 12-hour filibuster to temporarily stall new abortion restrictions in Texas.
Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders formally opened a field office in Sioux Falls last week.
Sanders is competing with Clinton for the Democratic nomination. Whoever gets it likely will run against presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump in the general election.