LOCAL ELECTIONS MATTER -- EARLY VOTING FOR THE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2017 GENERAL ELECTIONS BEGINS ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2017 AND ENDS ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2017

A few of the people featured in this edition of Houston Business Connections Magazine© are Governor Greg Abbott, Mayor Sylvester Turner, Mayor Allen Owen, Dr. Letitia Plummer, Sheriff Troy E. Nehls, Fort Bend County Judge Bob Hebert, Carolyn Evans-Shabazz, Manny Berrera, Daniel "DC" Caldwell, Robert Glaser, Victoria Bryant, Eugene "Gene" Pack, David Jaroszewski, Pretta VanDible Stallworth, Monica Flores Richart, Elizabeth Santos, Gretchen Himsl, Carlos Perrett, Sergio Lira, Rodolfo (Rudy) Reyes, Jesse A. Rodriguez, Susan Shafer, Sue Deigaard, Kara DeRocha, Sean Cheben, Daniel Albert, Robert Lundin and Holly Flynn Vilaseca, Anne Katherine Sung, John Luman, Wanda Adams, Karla Brown and Gerry W. Monroe. Houston Business Connections Magazine is published by Aubrey R. Taylor Communications. Call (832)212-8735 for more information.

Saturday, August 5, 2017

Judge Theresa Chang Will Be on the 2018 Republican Party Primary Ballot in the Race for Harris County Civil Court at Law #2


Judge Theresa Chang will be on the ballot in the race for Harris County Civil Court at Law #2 on Tuesday, March 6, 2018. Early voting for the 2018 Republican Primary will begin on Tuesday, February 20, 2018 and end on Friday, March 2, 2018. Election Day voting will take place on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 in the Lone Star State. Judge Theresa Chang is a strong fiscal conservative who values the vote of every registered voter in Harris County, Texas. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Stanley Santire will possibly be running for Judge, County Civil Court at Law No. 2 in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary.  HB25 ALERT: The Tuesday, November 6, 2018 Midterm Election will be the last time Texas voters will be able to vote a straight-party ticket. Back on June 1, 2017, Governor Greg Abbott signed into law House Bill 25, which eliminates the straight-ticket voting option in Texas for all races beginning in 2020. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713) 838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.
 


For over 26-years Aubrey R. Taylor has studied "LOCAL AND NATIONAL" elections. During this time, he’s helped many incumbents to hold onto their seats, and he’s “DEVELOPED STRATEGIES TO UNSEAT INCUMBENTS” as well. For years, he’s paneled a “PRIVATE GROUP OF HIS READERS” to assist him with selecting the best and most qualified "NON-PARTISAN" slate of candidates to recommend in “PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS” and “MIDTERM ELECTIONS” in the State of Texas. In case you don’t remember, back in the Tuesday, November 8, 2016 “PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION” this “SELECT NON-PARTISAN GROUP” of Houston Business Connections Magazine© readers made “RECOMMENDATIONS” in sixty-seven (67) key contested races on the ballot in Harris County, Texas. The Houston Chronicle (EDITORIAL BOARD) made endorsements in the same sixty-seven (67) key contested races. HERE ARE THE RESULTS: The Houston Chronicle’s (EDITORIAL BOARD) posted a record of: (38 ENDORSEMENT WINS AND 29 ENDORSEMENT LOSSES) in these key contested races, and the Houston Business Connections Magazine© “SELECT NON-PARTISAN GROUP” of readers posted a record of: (51 ENDORSEMENT WINS AND 16 ENDORSEMENT LOSSES). As stated above, our "READER RECOMMENDATIONS" for the "2018 REPUBLICAN PRIMARY" and "2018 DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY" will be made public on Monday, January 1, 2018.


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Many 2018 Democratic Primary and 2018 Republican Primary Candidates Will Be Asking for our Vote, Prayers and Support Between Now And Tuesday, March 6, 2018 

REPORT by AUBREY R. TAYLOR

Promoting the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic and Republican primaries is a key priority for Houston Business Connections Magazine© between now and the start of early voting. Many of these “DISTINGUISHED LEADERS” will be asking for “OUR” vote, prayers and support in the very near future – stay tuned! Early voting for the 2018 Democratic Primary and 2018 Republican Primary in the State of Texas will begin on Tuesday, February 20, 2018 and end on Friday, March 2, 2018. So, if you plan on winning the Democratic (nomination) or Republican (nomination) in any of these races your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 ballot. Houston Business Connections Magazine© is published by Aubrey R. Taylor Communications. Call (832)212-8735 or (281)788-3033 to discuss your inclusion. All Rights Reserved.

KEY PRIMARY INFORMATION 

Make no mistake about it, putting a strong slate of potential nominees together for the 2018 MIDTERM ELECTION will be crucial for the party that expects to claim victory on Tuesday, November 6, 2018 in Harris County, Texas. So don't forget that we saw a Republican sweep back in THE 2014 MIDTERM ELECTION and a Democratic sweep back in THE 2016 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION in Harris County. So, 2018 should be very competitive and interesting in Texas – especially since this is the last election when “STRAIGHT-TICKET VOTING” will be allowed in Texas thanks to HB25 which goes into effect on Tuesday, September 1, 2020. In case you haven't heard, back on June 1, 2017, Governor Greg Abbott signed into law House Bill 25, which eliminates the straight-ticket voting option in Texas for all races beginning in 2020.

SELECTING THE BEST DEMOCRATIC AND REPUBLICAN NOMINEES ON TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 2018 IS IMPERATIVE FOR BOTH MAJOR POLITICAL PARTIES


FEATURED 2018 PRIMARY JUDICIAL RACE: Judge Judy Warne (Republican) will not be running for re-election in 2018 in the race for District Judge, 257th District Court. However, Melanie Flowers a well-known Republican leader will be running for District Judge, 257th District Court in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Republican Primary in Harris County, Texas. But Flowers won't be alone, former Republican Judge Alyssa Lemkuil (507th District Court) will also be making a bid for this bench. ON THE DEMOCRATIC SIDE: A very well-known Democratic leader by the name of Sandra Peake will be running for District Judge, 257th District Court in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary in Harris County. However, we are unsure at this time if Sandra Peake will have a Democratic opponent in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. But don't forget that Houston Business Connections Magazine© will be publishing a "2018 DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY SLATE" and a "2018 REPUBLICAN PRIMARY SLATE" for the upcoming primaries. So, in the mean time, here are a few of the "DISTINGUISHED HARRIS COUNTY LEADERS" you should get to know in the coming months!

Sandra J. Peake is running for District Judge, 257th Judicial Court in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary in Harris County


Attorney Sandra J. Peake is a very strong Democratic candidate with very good name recognition throughout Harris County. Attorney Peake is running for District Judge, 257th District Court on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 in the Democratic Primary. Early voting for the 2018 Democratic Primary will begin on Tuesday, February 20, 2018 and end on Friday, March 2, 2018. Election Day voting will take place on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 in the Lone Star State. Attorney Sandra J. Peake has run for office several times before -- always coming up a little short of her goal. She has been licensed to practice law since December 30, 1982. Her primary areas of practice are: Bankruptcy, Family, Wills, Trusts and Probate. The banner above was created by Aubrey R. Taylor Communications and serves as a placeholder advertisement. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713) 838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

Former Judge Alyssa Lemkuil is running for District Judge, 257th Judicial District Court in the 2018 Republican Primary in Harris County


Former Judge Alyssa Lemkuil is a Republican candidate running for District Judge, 257th District Court in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Republican Primary. Lemkuil was appointed to serve as presiding judge for the 507th Judicial Court in Harris County, Texas by Gov. Greg Abbott for a term that expired in November of 2016. So, she faced off against her Democratic challenger Julia Maldonado back on Tuesday, November 8, 2016 in the Presidential Election and came up short in a bid to serve a full term. Due to straight-ticket voting, Judge Alyssa Lemkuil trailed her Democratic challenger by 70,367 straight-ticket votes and could not make up the difference. Before being appointed to the 507th Judicial District Court by Gov. Abbott she served as associate judge in the 308th Judicial District Court in Harris County. Early voting for the 2018 Republican Primary will begin on Tuesday, February 20, 2018 and end on Friday, March 2, 2018. Election Day voting will take place on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 in the Lone Star State. The banner above was created by Aubrey R. Taylor Communications and serves as a placeholder advertisement. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

Melanie Wilcox Flowers is running for District Judge, 257th Judicial District Court in the 2018 Republican Primary in Harris County


Attorney Melanie Flowers has unquestioned conservative credentials and has already picked up key endorsements in the race for District Judge, 257th District Court in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Republican Primary. ACCORDING TO HER FACEBOOK PAGE: Gary Polland, Editor-In-Chief, Texas Conservative Review has endorsed her. Republican Party National Committeeman Dr. Robin Armstrong has endorsed her. Katy Christian magazine has endorsed her. Terry Lowry, publisher of the LINK Letter has endorsed her. According to Melanie Flowers, she’s also been endorsed by P.O.L.I.C.E. INC. -- an organization founded by active and retired police officers -- many are now practicing family law attorneys. MELANIE'S FIRST BID FOR PUBLIC OFFICE: Back in the Tuesday, March 4, 2014 Republican Primary Melanie Flowers finished third in a very close race against African American Republican incumbent Judge M.L. Walker and attorney John Schmude (one of our clients) who went on to defeat Judge M.L. Walker in a runoff election to earn the 2014 Republican nomination in the race for the 247th Family District Court in Harris County. Schmude then went on to defeat his Democratic rival Clinton "Chip" Wells to become the presiding judge for the 247 Family District Court. Melanie Wilcox Flowers became licensed to practice law on November 1, 1996 and practices law in the areas of: Family, Wills, Trusts and Probate. The banner above was created by Aubrey R. Taylor Communications and serves as a placeholder advertisement. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713) 838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

Judge Loyd Wright Valued "OUR VOTE" back in the 2014 Midterm Election in Harris County, Texas and Won!



Judge Loyd Wright will be on the ballot in the race for Harris County Probate Court #1 on Tuesday, March 6, 2018. Early voting for the 2018 Republican Primary will begin on Tuesday, February 20, 2018 and end on Friday, March 2, 2018. Election Day voting will take place on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 in the Lone Star State. Judge Loyd Wright is a strong fiscal conservative who values the vote of every registered voter in Harris County, Texas. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Daniel O'Neil and Jerry Simoneax are two possible candidates who will be running for Judge, County Probate Court No. 1 in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. HB25 ALERT: The Tuesday, November 6, 2018 Midterm Election will be the last time Texas voters will be able to vote a straight-party ticket. Back on June 1, 2017, Governor Greg Abbott signed into law House Bill 25, which eliminates the straight-ticket voting option in Texas for all races beginning in 2020. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713) 838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

Judge Christine Riddle Butts Valued "OUR VOTE" back in the 2014 Midterm Election in Harris County, Texas and Won!


Judge Christine Riddle Butts will be on the ballot in the race for Harris County Probate Court #4 on Tuesday, March 6, 2018. Early voting for the 2018 Republican Primary will begin on Tuesday, February 20, 2018 and end on Friday, March 2, 2018. Election Day voting will take place on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 in the Lone Star State. Judge Christine Riddle Butts is a strong fiscal conservative who values the vote of every registered voter in Harris County, Texas. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Michael Galligan will possibly be running for Judge, County Probate Court No. 4 in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary.  HB25 ALERT: The Tuesday, November 6, 2018 Midterm Election will be the last time Texas voters will be able to vote a straight-party ticket. Back on June 1, 2017, Governor Greg Abbott signed into law House Bill 25, which eliminates the straight-ticket voting option in Texas for all races beginning in 2020. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713) 838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

Judge John Schmude Valued "OUR VOTE" back in the 2014 Midterm Election in Harris County, Texas and Won!


Judge John Schmude will be on the ballot in the race for the 247th Family District Court in Harris County on Tuesday, March 6, 2018. Early voting for the 2018 Republican Primary will begin on Tuesday, February 20, 2018 and end on Friday, March 2, 2018. Election Day voting will take place on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 in the Lone Star State. Judge John Schmude is a strong fiscal conservative who values the vote of every registered voter in Harris County, Texas. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Janice Berg will possibly be running for District Judge, 247th Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary.  HB25 ALERT: The Tuesday, November 6, 2018 Midterm Election will be the last time Texas voters will be able to vote a straight-party ticket. Back on June 1, 2017, Governor Greg Abbott signed into law House Bill 25, which eliminates the straight-ticket voting option in Texas for all races beginning in 2020. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713) 838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.


Judge Wesley Ward Valued "OUR VOTE" back in the 2014 Midterm Election in Harris County, Texas and Won!



Judge Wesley Ward will be on the ballot in the race for District Judge, 234th Judicial District on Tuesday, March 6, 2018. Early voting for the 2018 Republican Primary will begin on Tuesday, February 20, 2018 and end on Friday, March 2, 2018. Election Day voting will take place on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 in the Lone Star State. Judge Wesley Ward is a strong fiscal conservative who values the vote of every registered voter in Harris County, Texas. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Lauren Reeder will possibly be running for District Judge, 234th Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary.  HB25 ALERT: The Tuesday, November 6, 2018 Midterm Election will be the last time Texas voters will be able to vote a straight-party ticket. Back on June 1, 2017, Governor Greg Abbott signed into law House Bill 25, which eliminates the straight-ticket voting option in Texas for all races beginning in 2020. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713) 838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.


Judge Jay Karahan Valued "OUR VOTE" back in the 2014 Midterm Election in Harris County, Texas and Won!



Judge Jay Karahan will be on the ballot in the race for Harris County Criminal Court at Law #8 on Tuesday, March 6, 2018. Early voting for the 2018 Republican Primary will begin on Tuesday, February 20, 2018 and end on Friday, March 2, 2018. Election Day voting will take place on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 in the Lone Star State. Judge Jay Karahan is a strong fiscal conservative who values the vote of every registered voter in Harris County, Texas. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party David Jones will possibly be running for Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 8 in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary.  HB25 ALERT: The Tuesday, November 6, 2018 Midterm Election will be the last time Texas voters will be able to vote a straight-party ticket. Back on June 1, 2017, Governor Greg Abbott signed into law House Bill 25, which eliminates the straight-ticket voting option in Texas for all races beginning in 2020. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713) 838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.


Judge Theresa Chang Valued "OUR VOTE" back in the 2014 Midterm Election in Harris County, Texas and Won!


Judge Theresa Chang will be on the ballot in the race for Harris County Civil Court at Law #2 on Tuesday, March 6, 2018. Early voting for the 2018 Republican Primary will begin on Tuesday, February 20, 2018 and end on Friday, March 2, 2018. Election Day voting will take place on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 in the Lone Star State. Judge Theresa Chang is a strong fiscal conservative who values the vote of every registered voter in Harris County, Texas. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Stanley Santire will possibly be running for Judge, County Civil Court at Law No. 2 in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary.  HB25 ALERT: The Tuesday, November 6, 2018 Midterm Election will be the last time Texas voters will be able to vote a straight-party ticket. Back on June 1, 2017, Governor Greg Abbott signed into law House Bill 25, which eliminates the straight-ticket voting option in Texas for all races beginning in 2020. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713) 838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.
Judge Brent Gamble Valued "OUR VOTE" back in the 2014 Midterm Election in Harris County, Texas and Won!


Judge Brent Gamble will be on the ballot in the race for District Judge, 270th Judicial District on Tuesday, March 6, 2018. Early voting for the 2018 Republican Primary will begin on Tuesday, February 20, 2018 and end on Friday, March 2, 2018. Election Day voting will take place on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 in the Lone Star State. Judge Brent Gamble is a strong fiscal conservative who values the vote of every registered voter in Harris County, Texas. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Nirja Aiyer and Dedra Davis will possibly be running for District Judge, 270th Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. HB25 ALERT: The Tuesday, November 6, 2018 Midterm Election will be the last time Texas voters will be able to vote a straight-party ticket. Back on June 1, 2017, Governor Greg Abbott signed into law House Bill 25, which eliminates the straight-ticket voting option in Texas for all races beginning in 2020. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713) 838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

Judge Katherine Cabaniss Valued "OUR VOTE" back in the 2014 Midterm Election in Harris County, Texas and Won!


Judge Katherine Cabaniss will be on the ballot in the race for District Judge, 248th Judicial District on Tuesday, March 6, 2018. Early voting for the 2018 Republican Primary will begin on Tuesday, February 20, 2018 and end on Friday, March 2, 2018. Election Day voting will take place on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 in the Lone Star State. Judge Katherine Cabaniss is a strong fiscal conservative who values the vote of every registered voter in Harris County, Texas. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Hilary Unger will possibly be running for District Judge, 248th Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. HB25 ALERT: The Tuesday, November 6, 2018 Midterm Election will be the last time Texas voters will be able to vote a straight-party ticket. Back on June 1, 2017, Governor Greg Abbott signed into law House Bill 25, which eliminates the straight-ticket voting option in Texas for all races beginning in 2020. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713) 838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

Judge Linda Storey Valued "OUR VOTE" back in the 2014 Midterm Election in Harris County, Texas and Won!


Judge Linda Storey will be on the ballot in the race for Judge, County Civil Court at Law No. 3 on Tuesday, March 6, 2018. Early voting for the 2018 Republican Primary will begin on Tuesday, February 20, 2018 and end on Friday, March 2, 2018. Election Day voting will take place on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 in the Lone Star State. Judge Linda Storey is a strong fiscal conservative who values the vote of every registered voter in Harris County, Texas. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party LaShawn Williams will possibly be running for Judge, County Civil Court at Law No. 3 in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. HB25 ALERT: The Tuesday, November 6, 2018 Midterm Election will be the last time Texas voters will be able to vote a straight-party ticket. Back on June 1, 2017, Governor Greg Abbott signed into law House Bill 25, which eliminates the straight-ticket voting option in Texas for all races beginning in 2020. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713) 838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

Judge Rory Olsen Valued "OUR VOTE" back in the 2014 Midterm Election in Harris County, Texas and Won!


Judge Rory Olsen will be on the ballot in the race for Harris County Probate Court #3 on Tuesday, March 6, 2018. Early voting for the 2018 Republican Primary will begin on Tuesday, February 20, 2018 and end on Friday, March 2, 2018. Election Day voting will take place on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 in the Lone Star State. Judge Rory Olsen is a strong fiscal conservative who values the vote of every registered voter in Harris County, Texas. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Jason Cox will possibly be running for Judge, County Probate Court No. 3 in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. HB25 ALERT: The Tuesday, November 6, 2018 Midterm Election will be the last time Texas voters will be able to vote a straight-party ticket. Back on June 1, 2017, Governor Greg Abbott signed into law House Bill 25, which eliminates the straight-ticket voting option in Texas for all races beginning in 2020. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713) 838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.


Judge Elaine H. Palmer Valued "OUR VOTE" back in the 2016 Presidential Election in Harris County, Texas and Won!


Judge Elaine H. Palmer will "NOT" be on the ballot in the 2018 Midterm Election. The next time Judge Elaine H. Palmer, presiding judge, 215th District Court in Harris County will be on the ballot will be when she seeks the Democratic nomination in the (presumed) Tuesday, March 3, 2020 Democratic Primary. If she gains the Democratic nomination in 2020 she will then presumably run for re-election in the Tuesday, November 3, 2020 Presidential Election. However, this will be a major test for Judge Palmer and other candidates because there will not be any straight-ticket party voting in the 2020 Presidential Election in Texas. HB25 ALERT: House Bill 25 will officially put an end to the practice of voting a straight-party ticket in Texas on Tuesday, September 1, 2020. Back on June 1, 2017, Governor Greg Abbott signed into law House Bill 25, which eliminates the straight-ticket voting option in Texas for all races beginning in 2020. 

Judge Kyle Carter Valued "OUR VOTE" back in the 2016 Presidential Election in Harris County, Texas and Won!


Judge Kyle Carter will "NOT" be on the ballot in the 2018 Midterm Election. The next time Judge Kyle Carter, presiding judge, 125th District Court in Harris County will be on the ballot will be when he seeks the Democratic nomination in the (presumed) Tuesday, March 3, 2020 Democratic Primary. If he gains the Democratic nomination in 2020 he will then presumably run for re-election in the Tuesday, November 3, 2020 Presidential Election. However, this will be a major test for Judge Carter and other candidates because there will not be any straight-ticket party voting in the 2020 Presidential Election in Texas. HB25 ALERT: House Bill 25 will officially put an end to the practice of voting a straight-party ticket in Texas on Tuesday, September 1, 2020. Back on June 1, 2017, Governor Greg Abbott signed into law House Bill 25, which eliminates the straight-ticket voting option in Texas for all races beginning in 2020.

Judge Kelli Johnson Valued "OUR VOTE" back in the 2016 Presidential Election in Harris County, Texas and Won!


Judge Kelli Johnson will "NOT" be on the ballot in the 2018 Midterm Election. The next time Judge Kelli Johnson, presiding judge, 178th District Court in Harris County will be on the ballot will be when she seeks the Democratic nomination in the (presumed) Tuesday, March 3, 2020 Democratic Primary. If she gains the Democratic nomination in 2020 she will then presumably run for re-election in the Tuesday, November 3, 2020 Presidential Election. However, this will be a major test for Judge Johnson and other candidates because there will not be any straight-ticket party voting in the 2020 Presidential Election in Texas. HB25 ALERT: House Bill 25 will officially put an end to the practice of voting a straight-party ticket in Texas on Tuesday, September 1, 2020. Back on June 1, 2017, Governor Greg Abbott signed into law House Bill 25, which eliminates the straight-ticket voting option in Texas for all races beginning in 2020.

Judge Mike Engelhart Valued "OUR VOTE" back in the 2016 Presidential Election in Harris County, Texas and Won!


Judge Mike Engelhart will "NOT" be on the ballot in the 2018 Midterm Election. The next time Judge Mike Engelhart, presiding judge, 151st District Court in Harris County will be on the ballot will be when he seeks the Democratic nomination in the (presumed) Tuesday, March 3, 2020 Democratic Primary. If he gains the Democratic nomination in 2020 he will then presumably run for re-election in the Tuesday, November 3, 2020 Presidential Election. However, this will be a test for Judge Engelhart and other candidates because there will not be any straight-ticket party voting in the 2020 Presidential Election in Texas. HB25 ALERT: House Bill 25 will officially put an end to the practice of voting a straight-party ticket in Texas on Tuesday, September 1, 2020. Back on June 1, 2017, Governor Greg Abbott signed into law House Bill 25, which eliminates the straight-ticket voting option in Texas for all races beginning in 2020.


Judge Maria T. Jackson Valued "OUR VOTE" back in the 2016 Presidential Election in Harris County, Texas and Won!


Judge Maria T. Jackson will "NOT" be on the ballot in the 2018 Midterm Election. The next time Judge Maria T. Jackson, presiding judge, 339th District Court in Harris County will be on the ballot will be when she seeks the Democratic nomination in the (presumed) Tuesday, March 3, 2020 Democratic Primary. If she gains the Democratic nomination in 2020 she will then presumably run for re-election in the Tuesday, November 3, 2020 Presidential Election. However, this will be a major test for Judge Jackson and other candidates because there will not be any straight-ticket party voting in the 2020 Presidential Election in Texas. HB25 ALERT: House Bill 25 will officially put an end to the practice of voting a straight-party ticket in Texas on Tuesday, September 1, 2020. Back on June 1, 2017, Governor Greg Abbott signed into law House Bill 25, which eliminates the straight-ticket voting option in Texas for all races beginning in 2020.

Judge Michael Gomez Valued "OUR VOTE" back in the 2016 Presidential Election in Harris County, Texas and Won!


Judge Michael Gomez will "NOT" be on the ballot in the 2018 Midterm Election. The next time Judge Michael Gomez, presiding judge, 129th District Court in Harris County will be on the ballot will be when he seeks the Democratic nomination in the (presumed) Tuesday, March 3, 2020 Democratic Primary. If he gains the Democratic nomination in 2020 he will then presumably run for re-election in the Tuesday, November 3, 2020 Presidential Election. However, this will be a major test for Judge Gomez and other candidates because there will not be any straight-ticket party voting in the 2020 Presidential Election in Texas. HB25 ALERT: House Bill 25 will officially put an end to the practice of voting a straight-party ticket in Texas on Tuesday, September 1, 2020. Back on June 1, 2017, Governor Greg Abbott signed into law House Bill 25, which eliminates the straight-ticket voting option in Texas for all races beginning in 2020.

Judge Weiman Valued "OUR VOTE" back in the 2016 Presidential Election in Harris County, Texas and Won!


Judge Larry Weiman will "NOT" be on the ballot in the 2018 Midterm Election. The next time Judge Larry Weiman, presiding judge,80th District Court in Harris County will be on the ballot will be when he seeks the Democratic nomination in the (presumed) Tuesday, March 3, 2020 Democratic Primary. If he gains the Democratic nomination in 2020 he will then presumably run for re-election in the Tuesday, November 3, 2020 Presidential Election. However, this will be a major test for Judge Weiman and other candidates because there will not be any straight-ticket party voting in the 2020 Presidential Election in Texas. HB25 ALERT: House Bill 25 will officially put an end to the practice of voting a straight-party ticket in Texas on Tuesday, September 1, 2020. Back on June 1, 2017, Governor Greg Abbott signed into law House Bill 25, which eliminates the straight-ticket voting option in Texas for all races beginning in 2020.

GOVERNOR GREG ABBOTT WILL BE THE MAN TO BEAT ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2018 IN THE STATE OF TEXAS


GREG ABBOTT -- GOVERNOR OF TEXAS

Our primaries in Texas (in general) and Harris County (in particular) will for the most part be about two people – Governor Greg Abbott, and whomever the Texas Democratic Party can convince to challenge him. However, after the beating Gov. Abbott put on his last Democratic rival, former state senator Wendy R. Davis back in 2014, no big names have officially stepped up to the plate to challenge him as of yet. Oh, I forgot, the Democrats do have Jeffrey Payne, the owner of a gay bar in Dallas, Texas. Payne has publicly stated that he plans to challenge Gov. Abbott in 2018. And according to published reports, he plans to loan his campaign at least $2 million dollars to help his cause. But he’ll need a lot more than that to win in Texas. Anyways, in case you’ve forgotten, Gov. Greg Abbott received 2,796,547 votes for 59.27% of the vote back on Tuesday, November 4, 2014 statewide in Texas. The Democratic nominee, Wendy R. Davis received 1,835,596 votes for 38.90% of the statewide vote. To round out the 2014 MIDTERM ELECTION field of gubernatorial candidates Kathie Glass (Libertarian) received 66,543 for 1.41%; Brandon Parmer a member of the Green Party received 18,520 for 0.39%; and Sarah M. Pavitt a write-in candidate received 1,062 for 0.02% of the statewide vote in Texas.

HERE'S HOW GOVERNOR GREG ABBOTT PERFORMED IN HARRIS COUNTY BACK IN THE 2O14 MIDTERM ELECTION 

In Harris County back in the 2014 MIDTERM ELECTION: Governor Greg Abbott received 349,639 votes for 51.41% of the Harris County vote. The Democratic nominee Wendy R. Davis received 320,160 votes for 47.08% of the Harris County vote. The Libertarian nominee Kathie Glass received 7,818 votes for 1.15% of the Harris County vote. The Green Party nominee Brandon Parmer received 2,431 votes for 0.36% of the Harris County vote. And Sarah M. Pavitt the write-inn candidate received 28 votes for 0.00% of the Harris County vote.

JUDGE ED EMMETT, JUDGE LOYD WRIGHT AND OTHER JUDICIAL PUBLIC SERVANTS ARE EXPECTED TO HELP DRIVE VOTER TURNOUT, EDUCATION AND MOBILIZATION


JUDGE LOYD WRIGHT AND JUDGE ED EMMETT

In case you’re wondering, Judge Ed Emmett (Republican) didn’t even draw a Democratic opponent back in 2014 in Harris County, Texas. However, he did draw opposition from a Green Party candidate name David Collins. However, in the end, Judge Ed Emmett received 403,763 votes for 83.38% of the countywide vote. And David Collins, the Green Party nominee received 80,486 votes for 16.62% of the Harris County vote. Judge Loyd Wright (Republican) received 361,128 votes for 55.18% of the Harris County vote back in 2014 in the race for Judge, County Probate Court No. 1. His Democratic challenger Kim Bohannon Hoesl received 293,341 votes for 44.82% of the Harris County vote. Judge Loyd Wright was one of the “DISTINGUISHED LEADERS” in Harris County who valued every vote by asking our diverse readership for their vote, prayers and support. Judge Loyd Wright is a conservative who values every vote in Harris County, Texas.

MEET A FEW OF THE DISTINGUISHED LEADERS WHO COULD BE ON THE PRIMARY BALLOT IN HARRIS COUNTY, TEXAS IN 2018 

Early voting for the 2018 Democratic Primary and 2018 Republican Primary in the State of Texas will begin on Tuesday, February 20, 2018 and end on Friday, March 2, 2018. Election Day voting will take place on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 in the Lone Star State. So, if you plan on winning the Democratic (nomination) or Republican (nomination) in any of these races your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas.

District Judge, 55th Judicial District 


Judge Jeff Shadwick (Republican) received 358,420 votes for 54.29% of the countywide vote in Harris County back on Tuesday, November, 4, 2014 in the race for District Judge, 55th Judicial District. His Democratic challenger Kay Morgan received 301,795 votes for 45.71% of the Harris County vote. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Latosha Lewis Payne will possibly be running for District Judge, 55th Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your named placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713) 838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 113th Judicial District 


Judge Michael Landrum (Republican) received 353,377 votes for 53.55% of the vote in Harris County back on Tuesday, November 4, 2014 in the race for District Judge, 113th Judicial District. His Democratic challenger Steven E. Kirkland received 306,520 votes for 46.45% of the Harris County vote. However, after losing in 2014 Steven E. Kirkland ran for judge of another court in 2016 and won. Judge Steven E. Kirkland now serves as the Democratic Judge of the 334th District Court in Harris County, Texas. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party George Arnold and Rabeea Collier will possibly be running for District Judge, 113th Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713) 838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 157th Judicial District 


Judge Randy Wilson (Republican) received 362,033 votes for 54.93% of the countywide vote in Harris County back on Tuesday, November 4, 2014 in the race for District Judge, 157th Judicial District. His Democratic challenger Jim Peacock received 297,068 votes for 45.07% of the Harris County vote. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Tanya Garrison will possibly be running for District Judge, 157th Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713) 838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 180th Judicial District 


Judge Catherine Evans (Republican) received 366,849 votes for 55.69% of the vote in Harris County back on Tuesday, November 4, 2014 in the race for District Judge, 180th Judicial District. Her Democratic challenger Randy Roll received 291,882 votes for 44.31% of the Harris County vote. However, after losing in 2014 Randy Roll ran for judge of another court in 2016 and won. Judge Randy Roll now serves as the Democratic Judge of the 179th District Court in Harris County, Texas. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party DeSean Jones will possibly be running for District Judge, 180th Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713) 838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 182nd Judicial District


Judge Jeannine Barr (Republican) did not draw a Democratic opponent back in 2014 in the race for District Judge, 182nd Judicial District — but she will not be running for re-election in the 2018 REPUBLICAN PRIMARY according to our sources. However, Jesse Foster McClure III will be running for the 182nd District Court in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 REPUBLICAN PRIMARY in Harris County. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Danilo Lacayo, Jr. will possibly be running for District Judge, 182nd Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713) 838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 183rd Judicial District 


Judge Vanessa Velasquez (Republican) did not draw a Democratic opponent back in 2014 in the race for District Judge, 183rd Judicial District. It is unclear at this time whether she will draw a Republican opponent in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Republican Primary. It is also unclear at this time whether a Democrat will run for this bench. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Chuck Silverman will possibly be running for District Judge, 183rd Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713) 838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 184th Judicial District



Judge Jan Krocker (Republican) received 355,242 votes for 54.02% of the vote in Harris County back on Tuesday, November 4, 2014 in the race for District Judge, 184th Judicial District. Her Democratic challenger Mark Thering received 302,388 votes for 45.98% of the Harris County vote. According to our sources Judge Jan Krocker will not be running for re-election in 2018. However, Renee Magee the former Republican Judge for the 337th District Court in Harris County, Texas will be running for the 184th District Court in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 REPUBLICAN PRIMARY in Harris County. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Abigail Anastasio will possibly be running for District Judge, 184th Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713) 838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 185th Judicial District


Judge Susan Brown (Republican) received 366,445 votes for 55.61% of the vote in Harris County back on Tuesday, November 4, 2014 in the race for District Judge, 185th Judicial District. Her Democratic challenger Mack McInnis received 292,541 votes for 44.39% of the Harris County vote. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Jason Luong will possibly be running for District Judge, 185th Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713) 838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 189th Judicial District 


Judge Bill Burke (Republican) received 361,787 votes for 54.91% of the vote in Harris County back on Tuesday, November 4, 2014 in the race for District Judge, 189th Judicial District. His Democratic challenger Ursula A. Hall received 297,066 votes for 45.09% of the Harris County vote. However, after losing in 2014 Ursula A. Hall ran for judge of another court in 2016 and won. Judge Ursula Hall now serves as the Democratic Judge of the 165th District Court in Harris County, Texas. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Scot Dillinger and Fred Cook will possibly be running for District Judge, 189th Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713) 838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 190th Judicial District 


Judge Patricia J. Kerrigan (Republican) received 365,931 votes for 55.56% of the vote in Harris County back on Tuesday, November 4, 2014 in the race for District Judge, 190th Judicial District. Her Democratic challenger Farrah Martinez received 292,729 votes for 44.44% of the Harris County vote. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Beau Miller will possibly be running for District Judge, 190th Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 208th Judicial District 


Judge Denise Collins (Republican) received 365,391 votes for 55.53% of the vote in Harris County back on Tuesday, November 4, 2014 in the race for District Judge, 208th Judicial District. Her Democratic challenger Chuck Silverman received 292,640 votes for 44.47% of the Harris County vote. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Anthony Troiani will possibly be running for District Judge, 208th Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 209th Judicial District


Judge Mike McSpadden (Republican) did not draw a Democratic opponent back in 2014 in the race for District Judge, 209th Judicial District. It is unclear at this time whether he will draw a Republican opponent in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 REPUBLICAN PRIMARY.  However, it appears that the HCDP have set their sights on this bench. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Brian Warren will possibly be running for District Judge, 209th Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 228th Judicial District 


Judge Marc Carter (Republican) did not draw a Democratic opponent back in 2014 in the race for District Judge, 228th Judicial District. It is unclear at this time whether he will draw a Republican opponent in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 REPUBLICAN PRIMARY. However, it appears that the HCDP have set their sights on this bench. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Woodrow Dixon will possibly be running for District Judge, 228th Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 230th Judicial District 


Judge Brad Hart (Republican) received 359,226 votes for 54.69% of the vote in Harris County back on Tuesday, November 4, 2014 District Judge, 230th Judicial District. His Democratic challenger Greg Glass received 297,601 votes for 45.31% of the Harris County vote. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Chris Morton will possibly be running for District Judge, 230th Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 232nd Judicial District 
 

Judge Mary Lou Keel (Republican) did not draw a Democratic opponent back in 2014 in the race for District Judge, 232nd Judicial District. However, she chose to run for the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 2 back in 2016 and won. The 232nd Judicial District Court is vacant at this time. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Steven Goins will possibly be running for District Judge, 232nd Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 234th Judicial District


Judge Wesley Ward (Republican) received 355,992 votes for 54.09% of the vote in Harris County back on Tuesday, November 4, 2014 in the race for District Judge, 234th Judicial District. His Democratic challenger Barbara Gardner received 302,125 votes for 45.91% of the Harris County vote. Judge Wesley Ward was one of the “DISTINGUISHED LEADERS” in Harris County who valued every vote by asking our diverse readership for their vote, prayers and support. Judge Wesley Ward is a conservative who values every vote. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Lauren Reeder will possibly be running for District Judge, 234th Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 245th Judicial District 


Judge Roy L. Moore (Republican) did not draw a Democratic opponent back in 2014 in the race for District Judge, 245th Judicial District. It is unclear at this time whether he will draw a Republican opponent in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 REPUBLICAN PRIMARY. However, it appears that the HCDP have set their sights on this bench. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Tristan Longino will possibly be running for District Judge, 245th Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 246th Judicial District 


Judge Charley Prine (Republican) received 347,989 votes for 52.95% of the vote in Harris County back in 2014 in the race for District Judge, 246th Judicial District. His Democratic rival Sandra Peake received 309,260 votes for 47.05% of the Harris County vote. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Charles Collins will possibly be running for District Judge, 246th Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 247th Judicial District 


Judge John Schmude (Republican) received 350,162 votes for 53.34% of the vote in Harris County back in 2014 in the race for District Judge, 247th Judicial District. His Democratic rival Clinton "Chip" Wells received 306,353 votes for 46.66% of the Harris County vote. Judge John Schmude was one of the “DISTINGUISHED LEADERS” in Harris County who valued every vote by asking our diverse readership for their vote, prayers and support. Judge John Schmude is a conservative who values every vote. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Janice Berg will possibly be running for District Judge, 247th Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 248th Judicial District 


Judge Katherine Cabaniss (Republican) received 357,549 votes for 54.40% of the vote back in 2014 in the race for District Judge, 248th Judicial District. Her Democratic challenger Shawna L. Reagin received 299,725 votes for 45.60% of the Harris County vote. Judge Katherine Cabaniss was one of the “DISTINGUISHED LEADERS” in Harris County who valued every vote by asking our diverse readership for their vote, prayers and support. Judge Katherine Cabaniss is a conservative who values every vote. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Hilary Unger will possibly be running for District Judge, 248th Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 257th Judicial District 




Judge Judy Warne (Republican) did not draw a Democratic opponent back in 2014. However, she will not be running for re-election in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 REPUBLICAN PRIMARY race for District Judge, 257th Judicial District according to our sources. However, Melanie Wilcox Flowers (Republican) will be running for District Judge, 257th Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 REPUBLICAN PRIMARY. And she’s already garnering the support of well-known and respected conservative leaders. Gary Polland, Editor-In-Chief, Texas Conservative Review had this to say about Melanie Flowers: "For years, Melanie Flowers has been a leading figure in the Harris County Republican Party, having served as SREC Committeewoman for SD13, President of Daughters of Liberty Republican Women as well as several other leadership roles. In addition to being a strong conservative, she has the temperament we need in the family courts. Melanie Flowers has what it takes to be a great judge and she has my full support. I encourage you to vote for her in the upcoming election." But Flowers won't be alone, former Judge Alyssa Lemkuil (507th District Court) will also be making a bid for this seat in the 2018 Republican Primary. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Sandra Peake will possibly be running for District Judge, 257th Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 262nd Judicial District 


Judge Denise Bradley (Republican) received 364,904 votes for 55.60% of the vote in Harris County back in 2014 in the race for District Judge, 262nd Judicial District. Her Democratic challenger Jules Johnson received 291,357 votes for 44.40% of the Harris County vote. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Lori Gray will possibly be running for District Judge, 262nd Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 263rd Judicial District 


Judge Jim Wallace (Republican) received 355,243 votes for 54.10% of the vote in Harris County back in 2014 in the race for District Judge, 263rd Judicial District. His Democratic challenger Herb Ritchie received 301,380 votes for 45.90% of the Harris County vote. However, after losing in 2014 Herb Ritchie ran for judge of another court in 2016 and won. Judge Herb Ritchie now serves as the Democratic Judge of the 337th District Court in Harris County, Texas. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Amy Martin will possibly be running for District Judge, 263rd Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 269th Judicial District 


Judge Dan Hinde (Republican) received 359,370 votes for 54.76% of the vote in Harris County back in 2014 in the race for District Judge, 269th Judicial District. His Democratic challenger George H. Arnold received 296,922 votes for 45.24% of the Harris County vote. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Shampa Mukerji and Cory Sepolio will possibly be running for District Judge, 269th Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 270th Judicial District 


Judge Brent Gamble (Republican) received 362,833 votes for 55.31% of the vote in Harris County back in 2014 in the race for District Judge, 270th Judicial District. His Democratic challenger James Hippard, Jr. received 293,211 votes for 44.69% of the Harris County vote. Judge Brent Gamble was one of the “DISTINGUISHED LEADERS” in Harris County who valued every vote by asking our diverse readership for their vote, prayers and support. Judge Brent Gamble is a conservative who values every vote. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Nirja Aiyer and Dedra Davis will possibly be running for District Judge, 270th Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 280th Judicial District 



Judge Lynn Bradshaw-Hull (Republican) received 352,714 votes for 53.66% of the vote in Harris County back in 2014 in the race for District Judge, 280th Judicial District. Her Democratic challenger Barbara J. Stalder received 304,624 votes for 46.34% of the Harris County vote. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Barbara Stalder will possibly be running for District Judge, 280th Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 281st Judicial District


Judge Sylvia Matthews (Republican) received 365,363 votes for 55.63% of the vote in Harris County back in 2014 in the race for District Judge, 281st Judicial District. Her Democratic challenger Tanner Garth received 291,373 votes for 44.37% of the Harris County vote. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Tanner Garth will possibly be running for District Judge, 281st Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 295th Judicial District 


Judge Caroline E. Baker (Republican) received 370,344 votes for 56.36% of the vote in Harris County back in 2014 in the race for District Judge, 295th Judicial District. Her Democratic challenger Latosha Lewis received 286,714 votes for 43.64% of the Harris County vote. According to a credible source Judge Caroline E. Baker is retiring and will not be running for re-election in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 REPUBLICAN PRIMARY. However, Fred Shuchart plans to run for District Judge, 295th Judicial District Court in Harris County in the 2018 Republican Primary. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Donna Roth will possibly be running for District Judge, 295th Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 308th Judicial District 


Judge James Lombardino (Republican) received 348,710 votes for 53.10% of the vote in Harris County back in 2014 in the race for District Judge, 308th Judicial District. His Democratic challenger Jim Evans received 307,989 votes for 46.90% of the Harris County vote. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Gloria E. Lopez will possibly be running for District Judge, 308th Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 309th Judicial District 


Judge Sheri Y. Dean (Republican) received 358,185 votes for 54.54% of the vote in Harris County back in 2014 in the race for District Judge, 309th Judicial District. His Democratic challenger Kathy Vossler received 298,602 votes for 45.46% of the Harris County vote. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Kathy Vossler and Linda Dunson will possibly be running for District Judge, 309th Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 310th Judicial District 



Judge Lisa Millard (Republican) did not draw a Democratic opponent back in 2014 in the race for District Judge, 310th Judicial District. It is unclear at this time whether she will draw a Republican opponent in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 REPUBLICAN PRIMARY. However, it appears that the HCDP have set their sights on this bench. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Sonya Heath will possibly be running for District Judge, 310th Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 311th Judicial District 


Judge Alicia Franklin (Republican) received 351,895 votes for 53.54% of the in Harris County back in 2014 in the race for District Judge, 311th Judicial District. Her Democratic challenger Sherri L. Cothrun received 305,335 votes for 46.46% of the Harris County vote. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Germaine Tanner and Allecia Pottinger will possibly be running for District Judge, 311th Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 312th Judicial District 


David Farr (Republican) did not draw a Democratic opponent back in 2014 in the race for District Judge, 312th Judicial District. It is unclear at this time whether he will draw a Republican opponent in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Republican Primary. However, it appears that the HCDP have set their sights on this bench. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Chip Wells will possibly be running for District Judge, 312th Judicial District in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 313th Judicial District 


Judge Glenn Devlin (Republican) received 355,283 votes for 54.18% in Harris County back in 2014 in the race for District Judge, 313th Judicial District. His Democratic challenger Tracy D. Good received 300,457 votes for 45.82% of the Harris County vote. 2018 OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Tracy Good and Natalia Oakes are two possible candidates who will be running for District Judge, 313th Judicial District Court in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 314th Judicial District 


Judge John F. Phillips (Republican) received 346,898 votes for 52.84% of the vote in Harris County back in 2014 in the race for District Judge, 314th Judicial District. His Democratic challenger Natalia Oakes received 309,644 votes for 47.16% of the Harris County vote. 2018 OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Leah Shapiro and Michelle Moore are two possible candidates who will be running for District Judge, 314th Judicial District Court in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

District Judge, 315th Judicial District 


Michael "Mike" Schneider (Republican) did not draw a Democratic opponent back in 2014 in the race for District Judge, 315th Judicial District. It is unclear at this time whether he will draw a Republican opponent in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 REPUBLICAN PRIMARY. It is also unclear at this time whether a Democrat will run for this bench. 2018 OUTLOOK: As of the date of this report, no Democrat has decided to challenge Judge Michael "Mike" Schneider at this time. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

Harris County Judge


Judge Ed Emmett (Republican) received 403,763 votes for 83.38% of the vote in Harris County back in 2014 in the race for Harris County Judge. His Green Party challenger David Collins received 80,486 votes for 16.62% of the Harris County vote. 2018 OUTLOOK: As of the date of this report, no Democrat has decided to challenge Judge Ed Emmett at this time. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

Judge, County Civil Court at Law No. 1


Judge Debra Ibarra Mayfield (Republican) did not draw a Democratic challenger in the race for Harris County Civil Court at Law No. 1 back in 2014. However, Governor Greg Abbott appointed her to serve as presiding judge for the 165th District Court in Harris County, Texas on Tuesday, May 5, 2015. But she unfortunately lost her bid for re-election in 2016 to her Democratic challenger Ursula A. Hall who now serves as the presiding judge for the 165th District Court in Harris County, Texas. So, after Judge Debra Ibarra Mayfield was appointed to the 165th District Court, Clyde Raymond Leuchtag was appointed by the Harris County Commissioners Court in June 2015 to serve out the remainder of Judge Debra Ibarra Mayfield's (UNEXPIRED TERM). However, Judge Leuchtag lost the Harris County Court at Law No. 1 (bench) to his Democratic challenger George Barnstone back in the Tuesday, November 8, 2016 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION during the Democratic sweep of Harris County. So, Judge George Barnstone currently serves as the Democratic Judge for Harris County Civil Court at Law No. 1 -- and will have to run for re-election in the 2018 DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY in Harris County, Texas. If he gains the Democratic nomination, and Judge Clyde Leuchtag gains the Republican nomination this pair will face off again in the Tuesday, November 6, 2018 MIDTERM ELECTION in Harris County, Texas. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

Judge, County Civil Court at Law No. 2


Judge Theresa Chang (Republican) received 366,260 votes for 55.77% of the vote in Harris County back in 2014 in the race for Judge, County Civil Court at Law No. 2. Her Democratic challenger Scot “Dolli” Dollinger received 290,419 votes for 44.23% of the Harris County vote. Judge Theresa Chang was one of the “DISTINGUISHED LEADERS” in Harris County who valued every vote by asking our diverse readership for their vote, prayers and support. Judge Theresa Chang is a conservative who values every vote. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Stanley Santire will possibly be running for Judge, County Civil Court at Law No. 2 in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

Judge, County Civil Court at Law No. 3


Judge Linda Storey (Republican) received 355,315 votes for 54.19% of the vote in Harris County back in 2014 in the race for Judge, County Civil Court at Law No. 3. Her Democratic challenger Gloria Cantu Minnick received 300,383 votes for 45.81% of the Harris County vote. Judge Linda Storey was one of the “DISTINGUISHED LEADERS” in Harris County who valued every vote by asking our diverse readership for their vote, prayers and support. Judge Linda Storey is a conservative who values every vote. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party LaShawn Williams will possibly be running for Judge, County Civil Court at Law No. 3 in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

Judge, County Civil Court at Law No. 4


Judge Roberta Lloyd (Republican) received 354,837 votes for 54.19% of the vote in Harris County back in 2014 in the race for Judge, County Court at Law No. 4. Her Democratic challenger Damon Crenshaw received 299,989 votes for 45.81% of the Harris County vote. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party William "Bill" McLeod will possibly be running for Judge, County Civil Court at Law No. 4 in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 1


Judge Paula Goodhart (Republican) did not draw a Democratic opponent back in 2014 in the race for Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 1. It is unclear at this time whether she will draw a Republican opponent in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 REPUBLICAN PRIMARY. However, it appears that the HCDP have set their sights on this bench. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Alex Salgado will possibly be running for Judge, County Criminal Court No. 1 in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 2


Judge Bill Harmon (Republican) received 362,929 votes for 55.37% of the vote in Harris County back in 2014 in the race for Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 2. His Democratic challenger J. Landreneau received 292,546 votes for 44.63% of the Harris County vote. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Harold Landreneau will possibly be running for Judge, County Criminal Court No. 2 in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 3


Judge Natalie C. Fleming (Republican) did not draw a Democratic opponent back in 2014 in the race for Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 3. It is unclear at this time whether she will draw a Republican opponent in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 REPUBLICAN PRIMARY. However, it appears that the HCDP have set their sights on this bench. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Erica Hughes will possibly be running for Judge, County Criminal Court No. 3 in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 4


Judge John Clinton (Republican) received 358,871 votes for 54.79% of the vote in Harris County back in 2014 in the race for Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 4. His Democratic challenger Nikita "Niki" Harmon received 296,088 votes for 45.21% of the Harris County vote. However, after losing in 2014 Nikita “Niki” Harmon ran for judge of another court in 2016 and won. Judge Nikita “Niki” Harmon now serves as the Democratic Judge of the 176th District Court in Harris County, Texas. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Shannon Baldwin will possibly be running for Judge, County Criminal Court No. 4 in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 5


Judge Margaret Stewart Harris (Republican) received 362,829 votes for 55.41% of the vote in Harris County back in 2014 in the race for Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 5. Her Democratic challenger Ramona Franklin received 292,023 votes for 44.59% of the Harris County vote. However, after losing in 2014 Ramona Franklin ran for judge of another court in 2016 and won. Judge Ramona Franklin now serves as the Democratic Judge of the 338th District Court in Harris County, Texas. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party David Fleisher will possibly be running for Judge, County Criminal Court No. 5 in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 6


Judge Larry Standley (Republican) received 350,736 votes for 53.51% of the vote in Harris County back in 2014 in the race for Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 6. His Democratic challenger Linda Geffin received 304,728 votes for 46.49% of the Harris County vote. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Kelley Andrews will possibly be running for Judge, County Criminal Court No. 6 in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 7


Judge Pam Derbyshire (Republican) received 359,970 votes for 54.93% of the vote in Harris County back in 2014 in the race for Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 7. His Democratic challenger Shelia Acosta received 295,410 votes for 45.07% of the Harris County vote. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Frank Pierce will possibly be running for Judge, County Criminal Court No. 7 in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 8


Judge Jay Karahan (Republican) received 356,361 votes for 54.40% of the vote in Harris County back in 2014 in the race for Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 8. His Democratic challenger Kelli Johnson received 298,736 votes for 45.60% of the Harris County vote. However, after losing in 2014 Kelli Johnson ran for judge of another court in 2016 and won. Judge Kelli Johnson now serves as the Democratic Judge of the 178th District Court in Harris County, Texas. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party David Jones will possibly be running for Judge, County Criminal Court No. 8 in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 9


Judge Analia Wilkerson (Republican) did not draw a Democratic opponent back in 2014 in the race for Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 9. It is unclear at this time whether she will draw a Republican opponent in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 REPUBLICAN PRIMARY. However, it appears that the HCDP have set their sights on this bench. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Toria Finch will possibly be running for Judge, County Criminal Court No. 9 in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 10


Judge Dan Jeffrey Spjut (Republican) received 339,879 votes for 51.83% of the vote in Harris County back in 2014 in the race for Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 10. His Democratic challenger George Barnstone received 289,751 votes for 44.18% of the Harris County vote. However, after losing in 2014 George Barnstone ran for judge of another court in 2016 and won. Judge George Barnstone now serves as the Democratic Judge of the Harris County Civil Court at Law No. 1. A Libertarian candidate by the name of Brad Walters was also in the race for Judge, County Criminal Court No. 10 back in 2014. He received 26,164 votes for 3.99% of the Harris County vote. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Lee Harper Wilson will possibly be running for Judge, County Criminal Court No. 10 in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No.11


Judge Diane Bull (Republican) did not draw a Democratic opponent back in 2014 in the race for Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 11. It is unclear at this time whether she will draw a Republican opponent in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 REPUBLICAN PRIMARY. However, it appears that the HCDP have set their sights on this bench. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Gus Saper will possibly be running for Judge, County Criminal Court No. 11 in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.


Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 12



Judge Robin Brown (Republican) did not draw a Democratic opponent back in 2014 in the race for Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 12. It is unclear at this time whether she will draw a Republican opponent in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 REPUBLICAN PRIMARY. However, it appears that the HCDP have set their sights on this bench. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Juan Aguirre will possibly be running for Judge, County Criminal Court No. 12 in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 13


Judge Don Smyth (Republican) received 355,848 votes for 54.30% of the vote in Harris County back in 2014 in the race for Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 13. His Democratic challenger Jason Luong received 286,718 votes for 43.75% of the Harris County vote. A Green Party candidate by the name of Clint Davidson received 12,757 votes for 1.95% of the Harris County vote. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Raul Rodriguez will possibly be running for Judge, County Criminal Court No. 13 in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 14


Judge Mike Fields (Republican) received 352,675 votes for 53.88% of the vote in Harris County back in 2014 in the race for Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 14. His Democratic challenger David L. Singer received 301,894 votes for 46.12% of the Harris County vote. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party David Singer will possibly be running for Judge, County Criminal Court No. 14 in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 15


Judge Jean Spradling Hughes (Republican) received 360,974 votes for 55.14% of the vote in Harris County back in 2014 in the race for Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 15. Her Democratic challenger Raul Rodriguez received 293,690 votes for 44.86% of the Harris County vote. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Kris Ougrah will possibly be running for Judge, County Criminal Court No. 15 in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

Judge, County Probate Court No. 1


Judge Loyd Wright (Republican) received 361,128 votes for 55.18% of the Harris County vote back in 2014 in the race for Judge, County Probate Court No. 1. His Democratic challenger Kim Bohannon Hoesl received 293,341 votes for 44.82% of the Harris County vote. Judge Loyd Wright was one of the “DISTINGUISHED LEADERS” in Harris County who valued every vote by asking our diverse readership for their vote, prayers and support. Judge Loyd Wright is a conservative who values every vote in Harris County, Texas. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Daniel O'Neil and Jerry Simoneax are two possible candidates who will be running for Judge, County Probate Court No. 1 in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

Judge, County Probate Court No. 2


Judge Mike Wood (Republican) received 361,291 votes for 55.07% of the Harris County vote back in 2014 in the race for Judge, County Probate Court No. 2. His Democratic challenger Josefina Rendon received 294,741 votes for 44.93% of the Harris County vote. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Jim Peacock will possibly be running for Judge, County Probate Court No. 2 in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

Judge, County Probate Court No. 3


Judge Rory Robert Olsen (Republican) received 353,521 votes for 54.03% of the Harris County vote back in 2014 in the race for Judge, County Probate Court No. 3. His Democratic challenger Jerry Simoneaux received 300,777 votes for 45.97% of the Harris County vote. Judge Rory Robert Olsen was one of the “DISTINGUISHED LEADERS” in Harris County who valued every vote by asking our diverse readership for their vote, prayers and support. Judge Rory Robert Olsen is a conservative who values every vote in Harris County, Texas. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Jason Cox will possibly be running for Judge, County Probate Court No. 3 in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.

Judge, County Probate Court No. 4


Judge Christine Riddle Butts (Republican) received 362,082 votes for 55.34% of the Harris County vote back in 2014 in the race for Judge, County Probate Court No. 4. Her Democratic challenger James Horwitz received 292,204 votes for 44.66% of the Harris County vote. Judge Christine Riddle Butts was one of the “DISTINGUISHED LEADERS” in Harris County who valued every vote by asking our diverse readership for their vote, prayers and support. Judge Christine Riddle Butts is a conservative who values every vote in Harris County, Texas. 2018 PRIMARY OUTLOOK: Based on information being circulated by the Harris County Democratic Party Michael Galligan will possibly be running for Judge, County Probate Court No. 4 in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary. If you are a candidate who would like to run for this bench your application must be filed between Saturday, November 11, 2017 and Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 PM to have your name placed on the MARCH 2018 PRIMARY BALLOT in the State of Texas. You can call the Harris County Democratic Party at (713)802-0085 for more information on how to get on their ballot. Or you can call the Harris County Republican Party at (713)838-7900 for more information about how to get on their ballot. Or feel free to call Houston Business Connections Magazine© at (832)212-8735 if you need marketing/branding assistance, push cards, yard signs, yard sign placement/monitoring, press release delivery, or publishing of your intent to run for office.