2016 ENDORSEMENT POWER RANKING: There were (67) sixty-seven races where a “select group” of Houston Business Connections Newspaper readers went head-to-head against the Houston Chronicle editorial board endorsements. Fifty-one (51) of the candidates endorsed by Houston Business Connections Newspaper won their respective races on election night. Houston Business Connections Newspaper finished election night with (51 endorsement wins to 16 endorsement losses). On the other hand, only thirty-eight (38) of the candidates endorsed by the Houston Chronicle editorial board won their respective races on election night. The Houston Chronicle editorial board finished election night with (38 endorsement wins to 29 endorsement losses).


Sunday, September 16, 2012

Key 2012 Candidates in races for Texas Supreme Court Justice











YOUR KEY 2012 RACES FOR TEXAS SUPREME COURT JUSTICE FOR PLACES 2, 4, AND 6 ON THE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6TH, 2012 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION BALLOT

Texas Supreme Court Justice for Place 2 -- The TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6TH, 2012 race for Supreme Court Justice for Place 2 in Texas features Republican Justice Don R. Willett who does not have a Democratic challenger on the November ballot. However, he is being challenged by R.S. Roberto Koelsch who will be representing the Libertarian Party on the ballot. This is a statewide race and will be decided by voters from across Texas.

Texas Supreme Court Justice for Place 4 -- The TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6TH, 2012 race for Supreme Court Justice for Place 4 in Texas features Republican John Devine who does not have a Democratic challenger on the November ballot. However, he is being challenged by Tom Oxford who will be representing the Libertarian Party and Charles E. Waterbury who will be representing the Green Party on the ballot. This is a statewide race and will be decided by voters from across Texas.






Texas Supreme Court Justice for Place 6 --
The TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6TH, 2012 race for Supreme Court Justice for Place 6 in Texas features Republican incumbent Justice Nathan L. Hecht and Democrat Michele Petty. The race for Supreme Court Justice for Place 6 is a statewide race and will be decided by voters from across Texas. OTHER CANDIDATES IN THIS RACE: Mark Ash will be representing the Libertarian Party while Jim Chisholm will be representing the Green Party on the ballot.



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