Harris County Democrats Worked Together to Secure Come-From-Behind Victory for Democrat Pretta VanDible Stallworth in Her Saturday, December 9, 2017 HCCS Trustee for District IX Runoff Election Showdown Against Republican Front-Runner Eugene Pack 

Key people on the cover of this edition Houston Business Connections Magazine© are Dr. Pretta VanDible Stallworth (HCCS Trustee-Elect for District IX), Sheila Jackson Lee (Congresswoman for the 18th Congressional District of Texas), Borris L. Miles (State Senator for District 13), Al Green (Congressman for the 9th Congressional District of Texas), Alma Allen (State Rep. for House District 131), Rodney Ellis (Harris County Commissioner Precinct #1), Senfronia Thompson (State Rep. for House District 141), Larry V. Green (Councilman for District K), and Gilberto Hinojosa (Texas Democratic Party Chair), and Lillie Schechter (Harris County Democratic Party Chair). Houston Business Connections Magazine© is published by Aubrey R. Taylor Communications. Call (832)212-8735 or (281)788-3033 for more information. All Rights Reserved.

Saturday, February 15, 2014

BULLETIN: Meet Lori C. Gray Democratic Candidate for Civil District Judge for 113th Civil District Court in Harris County in the Tuesday, March 4, 2014 Democratic Primary

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I am Lori C. Gray, a mother, wife, and lawyer with 25 years of experience helping people in our community when they needed and asked for help. I am running for Judge of the 113th Civil District Court. I need your vote in the March 04, 2014 Democratic Primary.

Qualifications:

J.D. Doctor of Juris Prudence, South Texas College of Law, 1986

MA. Telecommunication Administration, Texas Southern University, 1981

B.A. Radio/ TV/ Film, University of North Texas, 1979

A.A. Sociology and Journalism, Lon Morris College, 1977

Community Involvement:

Moot Court Volunteer Judge, South Texas College of Law

Member of the Father Alphonus Kidney Foundation

Volunteer Community Spirit Award 2006

Past Member of Magnificat Homeless Shelter

Producer of “Sister’s & Friends, a weekly public affairs radio program 
syndicated via National Public Radio (NPR) Stations

Sunday school Teacher

Why I Choose To Serve

My life has been dedicated to my faith, my family, and service to my community. I grew up in a faith based family in Northwest Houston. My friends, teachers, and heroes were working class folks from Acres Homes, Garden Oaks, and the Heights. Although I was fortunate to have the opportunity to achieve a college degree from the University of North Texas and to learn the law at South Texas College of Law, I have never forgotten my friends, family, and church family from my childhood community. This is why I want to serve the citizens of Houston as Judge of the 113th Civil District Court. 

My upbringing led me to certain strongly held convictions. I believe in justice. And, I believe in the power of ordinary people to make a real and positive difference in their communities. I am Lori C. Gray, a mother, wife, and lawyer with 25 years of experience helping people in our community when they needed and asked for help. I want to be “The People’s Judge” and I have a plan for bringing more access to justice for the people of Harris County.

My Plan for Justice

My plan is to provide guidance to the parties throughout the process by giving them more access to me and dispensing with undue delay and prolonged periods of inactivity simply because the parties cannot obtain a hearing or cannot obtain a ruling. The goal is to bring the Court’s enlightened participation to the process. 

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I want to give the parties as much justice as they rightfully deserve by expediting discovery dispute resolution; shortening briefs and cutting out unnecessary briefing thereby reducing the damage that cut and paste word processing has inflicted on the practice of law; providing the parties with a fast, economical and fair opportunity to be before the Court on matters that arise in their cases through the intelligent use of modern technology and clear procedures; not requiring parties to spend money on predictably unsuccessful alternative dispute resolution; and providing all litigants with the knowledge that this Judge is fully engaged and ready to do what is right, fair and just. This is why I choose to serve and my plan to be “The People’s Judge.”

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I will provide clarity to litigants by conducting an initial hearing within 60 days after a new case is filed. This will encourage communication between the parties and the Court and most importantly give the parties an opportunity to identify particular issues in their case.

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At the initial hearing the parties will be required to submit a proposed Docket Control Order identifying the areas of agreement on scheduling and areas of disagreement so that a final Docket Control Order can be entered. This process will do away with automated Docket Control Orders that are not tailored to the particular needs of the parties.

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Because I want to reduce wasted time and expense for everyone, all litigants and all counsel (both local and out of town) can attend hearings in person or via telephone or via video conference.

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By far the most protracted aspect of litigation today is the discovery process. I believe that the discovery process should meet the needs of the parties without being oppressive, dilatory, or excessively expensive. Therefore, I will not leave the parties to fight among themselves on discovery issues. Rather, I will advise litigants to bring their disputes to the Court. I will institute a discovery dispute docket. Litigants will be able to fill available slots each week by simply setting the matter with the Court coordinator, submitting the discovery at issue – identifying exactly which items are at issue – and sending a notice of hearing to their opponent. I will not require written motions to compel in order to rule on discovery objections. These discovery dispute hearings will be conducted through telephonic conference calls, and I promise to be efficient, direct and fair.

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Litigants will not be forced into alternative dispute resolution because I will not require litigants to incur expense when they deem the process likely to be unproductive. If the lawyers and parties don’t want it then I am not going to require it.

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Motion practice will be shortened. Written motions will not exceed 10 pages exclusive of the caption, signature block and certificate of service without requesting leave of Court. Requests for leave will be limited to 2 pages and considered by submission.

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Final pretrial hearings will be conducted 10 days before a case is set for trial. At the hearing counsel will be required to discuss all scheduling matters, motions in limine, and motions to exclude evidence or witnesses. Counsel must submit their client’s initial proposed jury charges at the Final pretrial hearing.

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Jury trials will be conducted in an efficient and fair manner. I believe that jurors are to be respected and that their time is valuable. Thus for example, bench conferences will be strongly discouraged.

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In compliance with the Judicial Fairness Campaign Act Political Ad paid for
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United States Senate
David Alameel
Maxey Scheer
Michael "Fjet" Fjetland
Kesha Rogers
Harry Kim

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Governor of Texas
Wendy Davis
Reynaldo "Ray" Madrigal

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Lieutenant Governor of Texas
Leticia Van de Putte

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Attorney General of Texas
Sam Houston

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Comptroller
Michael Collier

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Land Commissioner
John Cook

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Agriculture Commissioner
Hugh Fitzsimmons
Jim Hogan
Richard "Kinky" Friedman

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Railroad Commissioner
Steve Brown
Dale Henry

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Supreme Court, Chief Justice
William Moody

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Supreme Court, Place 6
Lawrence "Larry" Meyers

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Supreme Court, Place 7
Gina Benavides

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Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 3
John Granberg

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State Board of Education, District 4
Lawrence A. Allen, Jr.



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"The candidates listed below are running county-wide in Harris County; and for various districts and precincts throughout the county. (CLICK HERE IF YOU ARE NOT SURE WHO YOUR REPRESENTATIVES ARE)The Democratic candidates with banners and videos displayed on this page are asking for your vote and support in this election. The early voting period for the 2014 Democratic Primary is from Tuesday, February 18, 2014 through Friday, February 28, 2014." 

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United States Representative, District 2
Niko Letsos

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United States Representative, District 7
James Cargas
Lissa Squires

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United States Representative, District 9 
Al Green

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United States Representative, District 18 
Sheila Jackson Lee

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United States Representative, District 29 
Gene Green

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State Senate, District 7
Jim Davis

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State Senate, District 15 
John Whitmire
Damian LaCroix

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State Senate, District 17
Rita Lucido

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State Representative, District 129 
John Gay

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State Representative, District 131 
Alma A. Allen
Azuwuike Okorafor

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State Representative, District 132
Luis Lopez

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State Representative, District 133
Laura Nicol

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State Representative, District 134 
Alison Ruff

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State Representative, District 135 
Moiz Abbas

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State Representative, District 137 
Gene Wu

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State Representative, District 138
Fred R. Vernon

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State Representative, District 139 
Sylvester Turner

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State Representative, District 140 
Armando Lucio Walle

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State Representative, District 141 
Senfronia Thompson

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State Representative, District 142
Harold V. Dutton, Jr.

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State Representative, District 143 
Ana Hernandez

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State Representative, District 144  
Mary Ann Perez

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State Representative, District 145 
Carol Alvarado
Susan Delgado

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State Representative, District 146 
Borris L. Miles

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State Representative, District 147 
Garnet F. Coleman

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State Representative, District 148 
Jessica Cristina Farrar

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State Representative, District 149
Hubert Vo

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State Representative, District 150
Amy Perez

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Justice, 14th Court of Appeals - Chief Justice
Kyle Carter

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Justice, 14th Court of Appeals - Place 7
Gordon Goodman

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Justice, 1st Court of Appeals District, Place 3
Jim Sharp

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District Judge, 55th District Civil Court 
Kay Morgan

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District Judge, 113th District Civil Court
Lori Gray
Steven E. Kirkland

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District Judge, 157th District Civil Court
Jim Peacock

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District Judge, 180th District Criminal Court
Randy Roll

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District Judge, 184th District Criminal Court
Mark Therling

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District Judge, 185th Criminal District Court
Mack McInnis

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District Judge, 189th District Civil Court
Ursula A. Hall

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District Judge, 190th District Court
Farrah Martinez

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District Judge, 208th District Court
Chuck Silverman

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District Judge, 230th Criminal District Court
Greg Glass

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District Judge, 234th District Civil Court
Barbara Gardner

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District Judge, 246th District Family Court
Julia Maldonado
Sandra Peake

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District Judge, 247th District Court
Clinton "Chip" Wells

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District Judge, 248th District Court
Shawna Reagin

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District Judge, 262nd District Court
Jules Johnson

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District Judge, 263rd District Criminal Court
Herb Ritchie

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District Judge, 269th District Criminal Court
George Arnold

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District Judge, 270th District Civil Court
James Hippard, Jr.

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District Judge, 280th District Court
Allecia Lindsey Pottinger
Barbara J. Stalder

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District Judge, 281st District Civil Court
Tanner Garth

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District Judge, 295th District Civil Court
Latosha Lewis

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District Judge, 308th District Court
Bruce Steffler
Jim Evans

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District Judge, 309th District Court
Kathy Vossler

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District Judge, 311th District Court
Sherri Cothrun

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District Judge, 313th District Court
Tracy D. Good

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District Judge, 314th District Juvenile Family Court
Natalia Oakes

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District Judge, 334th District Court
Daryl Moore

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Harris County District Attorney
Kim Ogg
Lloyd Wayne Oliver

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Harris County Civil Court at Law, No. 2
Scot "Dolli" Dollinger

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Harris County Civil Court at Law, No. 3
Gloria Cantu Minnick

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Harris County Civil Court at Law, No. 4
Damon Crenshaw

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Harris County Criminal Court at Law, No. 2
Harold J. Landreneau

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Harris County Criminal Court at Law, No. 4
Nikita "Niki" Harmon

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Harris County Court at Law, No. 5
Ramona Franklin

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Harris County Criminal Court at Law, No. 6
Linda Geffin

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Harris County Criminal Court at Law, No. 7
Shelia Acosta

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Harris County Criminal Court at Law, No. 8
Kelli Johnson

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Harris County Criminal Court at Law, No. 10
George Barnstone
John Connolly

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Harris County Criminal Court at Law, No. 13
Jason Luong

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Harris County Criminal Court at Law, No. 14
David L. Singer

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Harris County Criminal Court at Law, No. 15
Raul Rodriguez

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Harris County Probate Court No. 1 
Kim Bohannon Hoesl

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Harris County Probate Court No. 2
Josefina Rendon

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Harris County Probate Court No. 3
Jerry Simoneaux

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Harris County Probate Court No. 4
James Horwitz

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Harris County Judge
Ahmed Robert Hassan

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County Commissioner, Precinct 4
M.I. Badat

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Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1, Place 2
David M. Patronella

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Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2, Place 2 
George E. Risner

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Justice of the Peace, Precinct 3, Place 2 
Don Coffey

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Justice of the Peace, Precinct 6, Place 2
Diana Davila
Armando V. Rodriguez

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Justice of the Peace, Precinct 7, Place 2
Zinetta Burney

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Harris County District Clerk 
Judith Snively

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Harris County Clerk
Ann Harris Bennett
Gale Young Mitchell

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Harris County Treasurer 
David Rosen

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Department of Education, Position 5 At-Large
Debra Kerner

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Department of Education, Position 7 At-Large 
Melissa Noriega

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Harris County Democratic Party Chair
Lane Lewis

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United States Senator 
John Cornyn (i) 
Christopher Mapp
Dwayne Stovall
Reid Reasor
Linda Vega
Ken Cope
Curt Cleaver
Steve Stockman

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Governor of Texas
Rick Perry (i) - Not Running for Re-Election
Miriam Martinez
Greg Abbott
Lisa Fritsch  
SECEDE Kilgore

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Lieutenant Governor of Texas
David Dewhurst (i)
Jerry Patterson
Todd Staples
Dan Patrick

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Attorney General of Texas
Greg Abbott (i) - Running for Governor of Texas
Barry Smitherman
Ken Paxton 
Dan Branch

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Texas Comptroller
Susan Combs (i) - Not Running for Re-Election
Glenn Hegar
Debra Medina
Harvey Hilderbran
Raul Torres

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Texas Land Commissioner
Jerry Patterson (i) - Running for Lieutenant Governor of Texas
David Watts
George P. Bush

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Texas Agriculture Commissioner
Todd Staples (i) - Running for Lieutenant Governor of Texas
J. Allen Carnes
Sid Miller
Eric Opiela
Tommy Merritt

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Railroad Commissioner
Barry Smitherman (i) - Running for Attorney General of Texas
Malachi Boyuls
Wayne Christian
Becky Berger
Ryan Sitton

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Chief Justice Supreme Court
Nathan Hecht (i)
Robert Talton

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Justice Supreme Court Place 6
Jeff Brown (i)
Joe Pool

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Justice Supreme Court Place 7
Jeff Boyd (i)

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Justice Supreme Court Place 8
Phil Johnson (i)
Sharon McCally

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Court of Criminal Appeals Place 3
Tom Price (i) - Not Running for Re-Election
Bert Richardson
Barbara Walther

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Court of Criminal Appeals Place 4
Paul Womack (i) - Not Running for Re-Election
Kevin Patrick Yeary
Jani Jo Wood
Richard Dean Davis

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Court of Criminal Appeals Place 9
Cathy Cochran (i) - Not Running for Re-Election
David Newell
W.C. "Bud" Kirkendall

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State Board of Education District 4
Dorothy Olmos

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U.S. Representative District 2
Ted Poe (i)

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U.S. Representative District 7
John Culberson (i)

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U.S. Representative District 8
Kevin Brady (i)
Craig McMichael

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U.S. Representative District 10
Michael McCaul (i) 

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U.S. Representative District 18
Sean Seibert 

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U.S. Representative District 22
Pete Olson (i) 

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U.S. Representative District 36
Steve Stockman (i) - Running for U.S. Senate
John Amdur
Phil Fitzgerald
Chuck Myer
Kim I. Morrell
Dave Norman
Doug Centilli

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State Senator District 7
Dan Patrick (i) - Running for Lieutenant Governor of Texas
Paul Bettencourt
James Wilson

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State Senator District 15
Ron Hale

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State Senator District 17
Joan Huffman (i)
Derek Anthony

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State Representative District 126
Patricia Harless (i)

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State Representative District 127
Dan Huberty (i)

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State Representative District 128
Wayne Smith (i)

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State Representative District 129
John E. Davis (i) - Not Running for Re-Election
Sheryl Berg
Brent Perry
Dennis Paul
Chuck Maricle
Briscoe Cain
Mary Huls
Jeff Larson

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State Representative District 130
Allen Fletcher (i)

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State Representative District 132
Bill Callegari (i) - Not Running for Re-Election
Ann Hodge
Justin Perryman
Michael Schofield
Michael Franks

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State Representative District 133
Jim Murphy (i)

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State Representative District 134
Sarah Davis (i)
Bonnie Parker

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State Representative District 135
Gary Elkins (i)

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State Representative District 138
Dwayne Bohac (i)

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State Representative District 144
Gilbert Pena

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State Representative District 148
Chris Carmona

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State Representative District 149
Al Hoang
Nghi T. Ho

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State Representative District 150
Debbie Riddle (i)
Tony Noun 

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Justice 1st Court of Appeals Place 3
Russell Lloyd
Dan Linebaugh

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Justice 1st Court of Appeals Place 5
Laura Carter Higley (i)

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Chief Justice 14th Court of Appeals
Kem Thompson Frost (i) 

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Justice 14th Court of Appeals Place 4
Marc Brown (i)

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Justice 14th Court of Appeals Place 7
Ken Wise (i)

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District Judge 55th District
Jeff Shadwick (i)

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District Judge 113th District
Michael Landrum (i)

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District Judge 157th District
Randy Wilson (i)

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District Judge 180th District
Catherine Evans (i)

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District Judge 182nd District
Jeannine Barr (i)

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District Judge 183rd District
Vanessa Velasquez (i)

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District Judge 184th District
Jan Krocker (i)

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District Judge 185th District
Susan Brown (i)

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District Judge 189th District
Bill Burke (i)

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District Judge 190th District
Patricia J. Kerrigan (i)

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District Judge 208th District
Denise Collins (i)

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District Judge 209th District
Michael T. McSpadden (i)

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District Judge 228th District
Marc C. Carter (i)

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District Judge 230th District
Bradley Hart (i)

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District Judge 232nd District
Mary Lou Keel (i)

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District Judge 234th District
Wesley Ward (i)

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District Judge 245th District
Roy L. Moore (i)

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District Judge 246th District
Jim York (i) - Not Running for Re-Election
Charley Prine
Angelina D.A. Gooden

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District Judge 247th District
Bonnie Crane Hellums (i) - Not Running for Re-Election
M.L. Walker
Melanie Flowers
John Schmude

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District Judge 248th District
Katherine Cabaniss (i)

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District Judge 257th District
Judy Warne (i)

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District Judge 262nd District
Denise Bradley (i)

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District Judge 263rd District
Jim Wallace (i)
Robert Summerlin

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District Judge 269th District
Dan Hinde (i)
John Wittenmyer

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District Judge 270th District
Brent Gamble (i)

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District Judge 280th District
Lynn Bradshaw-Hull (i)

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District Judge 281st District
Sylvia A. Matthews (i)

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District Judge 295th District
Caroline E. Baker (i)

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District Judge 308th District
James Lombardino (i)

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District Judge 309th District
Sheri Y. Dean (i)

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District Judge 310th District
Lisa A. Millard (i)

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District Judge 311th District
Denise Pratt (i)
Donna Detamore
Anthony Magdaleno
Alicia Franklin
Philip Placzek

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District Judge 312th District
David Farr (i)

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District Judge 313th District
Glenn Devlin (i)

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District Judge 314th District
John F. Phillips (i)
Chris Branson

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District Judge 315th District
Michael "Mike" Schneider (i)

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District Judge 334th District
Grant Dorfman (i)

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Harris County District Attorney
Devon Anderson (i) 

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Harris County Judge
Ed Emmett (i)

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Harris County Civil Court at Law No. 1
Debra Ibarra Mayfield (i)

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Harris County Civil Court at Law No. 2
Theresa Chang (i)

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Harris County Civil Court at Law No. 3
Linda Storey (i)

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Harris County Civil Court at Law No. 4
Roberta Lloyd (i)

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Harris County Criminal Court at Law No. 1
Paula Goodhart (i)

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Harris County Criminal Court at Law No. 2
Bill Harmon (i)

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Harris County Criminal Court at Law No. 3
Natalie C. Fleming (i)

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Harris County Criminal Court at Law No. 4
John Clinton (i)

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Harris County Criminal Court at Law No. 5
Margaret Stewart Harris (i)

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Harris County Criminal Court at Law No. 6
Larry Standley (i)

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Harris County Criminal Court at Law No. 7
Pam Derbyshire (i)

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Harris County Criminal Court at Law No. 8
Jay Karahan (i)

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Harris County Criminal Court at Law No. 9
Analia Wilkerson (i)

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Harris County Criminal Court at Law No. 10
Sherman Ross (i) - Not Running for Re-Election
Tonya Rolland McLaughlin
Dan Spjut
Mary Heafner
Ken Wenzel

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Harris County Criminal Court at Law No. 11
Diane Bull (i)

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Harris County Criminal Court at Law No. 12
Robin Brown (i)

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Harris County Criminal Court at Law No. 13
Don Smyth (i)

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Harris County Criminal Court at Law No. 14
Mike Fields (i)

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Harris County Criminal Court at Law No. 15
Jean Spradling Hughes (i)

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Harris County Probate Court No. 1
Loyd Wright (i)

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Harris County Probate Court No. 2
Mike Wood (i)

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Harris County Probate Court No. 3
Rory Robert Olsen (i)

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Harris County Probate Court No. 4
Christine Riddle Butts (i)

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Harris County District Clerk
Chris Daniel (i)
Court Koenning

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Harris County Clerk
Stan Stanart (i)

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Harris County Treasurer
Orlando Sanchez (i)
Arnold Hinojosa

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Harris County School Trustee At Large Place 5
Mike Wolfe
R.W. Bray

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Harris County School Trustee At Large Place 7
Don Sumners
Diane Williams

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Harris County Commissioner Pct. 2
Jack Morman (i)

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Harris County Commissioner Pct. 4
R. Jack Cagle (i)

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Harris County Justice of the Peace Pct. 2, Place 2
Leonila Olivares-Salazar

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Harris County Justice of the Peace Pct. 4, Place 2
Tom Lawrence (i) - Not Running for Re-Election
Laryssa Korduba
Lena Engelage
Dean Combs
Nasir H. Malik
Louis Guthrie

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Harris County Justice of the Peace Pct. 5, Place 2
Jeff Williams (i)
Erik Michael Hassan

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Harris County Justice of the Peace Pct. 8, Place 2
Louie Ditta (i)

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Harris County Republican Party Chairman
Jared Woodfill (i)
Paul Simpson

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