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S05/E10: Maxey Scherr for U.S. Senate in 2014(Democrat-Texas)

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The word "impossible" is found only in the dictionary of fools. Those words are not in the vocabulary of our first guest tonight.

Born and raised in El Paso, Texas, she's a woman for all people. A uniter not a divider with common sense pragmatism who leads by example. She has grace & an abundance of talent backed by substance. Texas needs a new direction. Who better to lead the way? She's a lawyer by profession, has worked on numerous non-profits organisations & fight for many political causes. She graduated magna cum laude at the University of Massachussetts, jurist prudence award from Texas Tech Law School & respected by her peers and opponents alike. She is a member of numerous bar associations including the Texas Bar Association, the El Paso Women's Bar Association & has tried successfully numerous jury trials obtaining successful and landmark verdicts. In an almost "All-Boys Club", the US Senate, she will make a huge impact and make a positive difference as she always does in every endevour she pursues. Beloved by many and feared by opponents, her moment in the spotlight has arrived.

It gives us great pleasure to welcome the next U.S. Senator from the great State of Texas Maxey Scherr!

In the second hour, we're glad to have Bruno Moore. He's running for the Florida State Senate in District 32. Intelligent, strong and a committed family man. He'll talk about his campaign.

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