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Moving up to the state government level, she won the Texas Treasurer's office in 1982, again breaking ground as the first woman ever to hold the position of Treasurer in Texas, as well as being the first female to win a Texas statewide office in 50 years.
Richards gained national prominence in 1988 with her delivery of the keynote address at the Democratic National Convention.
Upon graduation in 1954 the couple moved to Austin, where David attended the University of Texas School of Law and Ann taught government at Fullmore Junior High.
They later moved to Dallas, became active in local liberal politics, and had four children: Cecile, Dan, Clark, and Ellen.
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Return to the Table of Contents RESTRICTION: All official records from Richards' term as treasurer are open for research unless otherwise specified in the finding aid. The researcher may contact the repository for more information. Richards Papers are arranged in the following main series: Administrative files in the gubernatorial campaign series contain resumes of potential and actual employees of the Ann Richards Campaign.The records may be requested for research under the provisions of the Public Information Act (V. Subjects include criminal justice, prison overcrowding and expansion, education, the Edwards Aquifer, the Superconducting Supercollider, legislation, litigation, state agencies including the Bond Review Board and the Public Finance Authority, and offices within the Governor's Office, such as the Governor's Committee on People with Disabilities and the Crime Victim Clearinghouse.Fainter's files are divided between subject files and correspondence. Correspondence is in numerical order, which is chronological by date logged in the Governor's Office computer system.Because of the possibility that portions of these records fall under Public Information Act, a staff member must review these records before they can be accessed for research. See series descriptions in the gubernatorial and treasury records for specific restrictions due to exceptions to public disclosure in the Public Information Act [formerly Open Records Act]. During her term in office, a state lottery was approved, the North American Free Trade Agreement was passed, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip visited Texas, and the prison system doubled in size.The records may be requested for research under the provisions of the Public Information Act (V. Records in this series include correspondence, staff files, press releases, reports, speeches, appointment files, and schedules created during Richards' term as governor from 1991-1995.