Politicians who have fudged their stories

Texas gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis admitted there were inaccuracies in the biography she is using to promote her campaign. Her biographical sketch is a rags-to-riches story that includes life as a single mother at 19, living in a trailer home to Harvard Law grad and elected official. But the Dallas Morning News found that story <a href='http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2014/01/20/report-wendy-davis-life-story-more-complicated-than-compelling-narrative/'>isn't entirely accurate</a>. She lived in a trailer with her daughter and husband until she was divorced at age 20. Davis stayed in the trailer for a few weeks after the divorce was final. Davis later got help from her second husband who helped pay for her two years at Texas Christian University and her time at Harvard, when he cashed in his 401(k) and took out a loan for her final year. Here are some other politicians who have been less than truthful about their biography.<!-- -->
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Texas gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis admitted there were inaccuracies in the biography she is using to promote her campaign. Her biographical sketch is a rags-to-riches story that includes life as a single mother at 19, living in a trailer home to Harvard Law grad and elected official. But the Dallas Morning News found that story isn't entirely accurate. She lived in a trailer with her daughter and husband until she was divorced at age 20. Davis stayed in the trailer for a few weeks after the divorce was final. Davis later got help from her second husband who helped pay for her two years at Texas Christian University and her time at Harvard, when he cashed in his 401(k) and took out a loan for her final year. Here are some other politicians who have been less than truthful about their biography.