No matter what your party affiliation may be, this debut campaign biopic by Texas gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis is a sight to behold. A whopping 4 minutes and 36 seconds long, it lends credibility to its claim that "Texas stories are as big as the state itself," and runs the gamut of iconic Texas landscapes, industries, personalities and ... well, accents. By sharing her personal journey from economic hardship to political success, Davis appeals to the bootstrapping ethic that Texans are famous for. "They say everything is bigger in Texas, but that certainly wasn't the case for the trailer we lived in" says daughter, Amber Davis. Since the state has struggled with stubbornly high rates of poverty since 1980, the ad's narrative of growth aims to strike a chord with those who are experiencing financial hardship. Though "A Texas Story" manages to cover education, crime, business, job creation and veterans, there is one voter issue it doesn't mention - abortion, which will prove to be her biggest hurdle during the campaign and is already the subject of GOP attack ads. Senator Davis took the national stage after her 11-hour filibuster of a restrictive abortion bill in the Texas State Senate, which she succeeded in delaying but was unable to prevent from passing despite public support garnered during the landmark event. Did you know? If elected, Wendy Davis will be the first Democratic governor since 1995, and the third woman in history to serve in the position. The incumbent, Governor Rick Perry, has declined to run in the coming election, which leaves the race open to four conservative candidates - including front runner Gregg Abbot, Attorney General of Texas.