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Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Seven Democrats Have Stepped Up to Unseat Harris County Justice of the Peace Hilary Harmon Green in the 2016 Democratic Primary



Judge Hilary H. Green, the Harris County Justice of the Peace for Precinct 7, Place 1 Has Drawn More Opponents Than Any Other Sitting Judge Being Challenged in the Tuesday, March 1, 2016 Primary Election Cycle

When early voting begins on Tuesday, February 16, 2016 in the Democratic Primary for Harris County, Justice Hilary Harmon Green will be facing off against fellow Democrats: Keryl L. Douglas, Cheryl Elliott Thornton, Fred Reynolds, Dr. Joseph R. Willie II, Elijah Carl Lewis, Desmond Earl Spivey, and Jerome Provost to determine if she will remain on the bench.

No other sitting (Democratic or Republican) judge has drawn more opponents than Justice Hilary Harmon Green has for the 2016 Primary cycle in Harris County. So stay tuned to see whether she will be able to rise to the challenge!

IN CASE YOU DON'T KNOW

Harris County Justice of the Peace courts are charged with handling matters such as Marriage Ceremonies, Class C Misdemeanor offenses, traffic citations, civil lawsuits (under $5,000.00 dollars), evictions and truancy cases.


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