CNN Is Broadcasting Live From Austin Tonight

The invasion has landed.

From the UT campus in the basketball gym where the debate will be held. I just finished watching an interview with a panel of women on the Clinton/Obama fight for the female vote, including City Council Member Jennifer Kim and local Democratic activist Lulu Flores.

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