AUBREY R. TAYLOR REPORTS©
If you're voting a straight-party ticket on Tuesday, November 6, 2018, this report won't be of very much use to you. However, if you are an "OPEN-MINDED VOTER" searching for "DULY-QUALIFIED JUDICIAL CANDIDATES" who value every vote, Judge Maria T. Jackson, a Democrat running for Presiding Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals and Judge Michelle Slaughter, a Republican running for Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 8 may be just the kind of candidates you're searching for in the 2018 Midterm Election in Texas.
JUDGE JACKSON VALUES EVERY VOTE
In case you haven’t been keeping track, earlier this year, Judge Maria T. Jackson rocked Texas when she won the State Bar of Texas’ 2018 Judicial Poll over current Presiding Judge of the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals Sharon Keller, a Republican, Judge David Bridges, a Republican, and William Bryan Strange III a Libertarian. The final tally went down like this, Judge Maria T. Jackson received (1,581) votes to finish first. Judge Sharon Keller received (1,444) votes to finish second. Judge David Bridges received (620) votes to finish third. And William Bryan Strange III, finished fourth to finish fourth.
WINNING THE TEXAS BAR POLL IS A BIG DEAL
Unlike partisan endorsements, winning the Texas Bar Poll is a huge deal for candidates who are hoping to win in November. You have to remember, that attorneys who practice inside Texas courts know the temperament of judges much better than many of us ever will. And what I like most about the Texas Bar Poll is that these top-flight attorneys aren’t just voting for judicial candidates based on their political party affiliation. Nope, to be sure, the members of the State Bar of Texas are given an opportunity to vote on candidates in their respective courts of appeals races as well as statewide races and appear to be casting their votes based on qualifications, and not party affiliations. Even though the results should not be misconstrued as endorsements of any particular candidate by the State Bar of Texas, its officers, directors, or staff – the winning candidates should, however, be considered by Texas voters who are on a quest to elect the “BEST QUALIFIED” candidates.
Judge Jackson is one of the Top Democrats on the 2018 Democratic Statewide Ticket says Aubrey R. Taylor, publisher of Houston Business Connections Magazine©
One of the top statewide Democratic candidates on Tuesday, November 6, 2018, Midterm Election ballot in Texas, Judge Maria T. Jackson should garner votes from non-straight ticket voters from both major political parties, independents and Libertarians too in my opinion. In case you don’t already know, only two Democratic candidates received more statewide votes than Judge Maria T. Jackson back in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018, Democratic Primary. The #1 statewide Democratic vote-getter was Justin Nelson (888,444) who is running for Attorney General. The #2 statewide Democratic vote-getter was Kim Olson (883,575) who is running for Agriculture Commissioner. And our very own Judge Maria T. Jackson (878,581) was the #3 statewide vote-getter back in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018, Democratic Party Primary in Texas. So, if you're out there looking for a candidate who is experienced, fair, and ready to administer blind-fold justice in cases brought before the highest court for criminal appeals in the State of Texas – look no further than Judge Maria T. Jackson on Tuesday, November 6, 2018.
I'm expecting for Judge Michelle Slaughter to roll to victory over her Libertarian Party challenger on Tuesday, November 6, 2018. After all, she's already faced her toughest challenge, which was to win the Republican nomination. And she did so in good-fashion over two worthy fellow Republicans back in the Tuesday, March 6, 2018, Republican Party Primary. So, as a refresher, Judge Michelle Slaughter received more votes than both her Republican Party Primary opponents combined by garnering 669,949 statewide votes, while Jay Brandon received 389,753 statewide votes, and Dib Waldrip received 208,179 statewide votes respectively. Again, I'm expecting for Judge Michelle Slaughter to handily defeat Mark Ash, her Libertarian challenger. So, if you're out there looking for a constitutional conservative judge and originalist who has presided over thousands of felony criminal cases and well over a hundred felony criminal jury trials ranging from state-jail felonies to capital murder cases you should look no further than Judge Michelle Slaughter – 2018 Candidate for Judge, Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 8 on Tuesday, November 6, 2018, in the Lone Star State.
On Tuesday, November 6, 2018, District Clerk Chris Daniel is asking for the vote, prayers, and support of every Harris County, Texas voter. You can click this link to learn more about District Clerk Daniel who will be running for re-election against Marilyn Burgess, his Democratic challenger in the 2018 Midterm Election. So don’t forget that it’s imperative that you cast your vote for “DULY-QUALIFIED CANDIDATES” who value, respect, appreciate and ask for your vote.
Attorney DaSean Jones is one of only a handful of African American male judicial candidates to make the Tuesday, November 6, 2018, Midterm Election ballot in Harris County, Texas. In case you don't know, Jones is seeking to unseat Republican incumbent Judge Catherine Evans in what’s expected to be a very tight race.
PEOPLE YOU SHOULD KNOW!
In case you don't know, Attorney Jesse McClure (Republican) is running for District Judge, 182nd Judicial District Court; Attorney Charles Johnson (Republican) is running for District Judge, 263rd Judicial District Court; Attorney Sedrick T. Walker, II (Democrat) is running for Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 11; Judge Mike Fields (Republican) is running for Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 14; and Former Judge, Clyde Raymond Leuchtag is running for Judge, County Civil Court at Law No. 1 against Judge George Barnstone, the Democratic incumbent who is asking for the vote, prayers, and support of every registered Harris County, Texas voter.
Whether you’re a Democrat hoping for a “BLUEWAVE” to flow through Harris County, Texas, or a “REPUBLICAN” looking for a “REDSTORM” to blow through town you had better not take anything for granted in the 2018 Midterm Election whereas Harris County, Texas is concerned. And with that said, I am imploring all my loyal readers to tell all of your family, friends, associates, and passers-by about the importance of every vote in what I’m expecting to be one of the most important elections of our lifetime. And please don’t forget that early voting will begin on Monday, October 22, 2018, and end on Friday, November 2, 2018. Finally, while I’m encouraging you to vote early if for some reason you can’t, you can still cast your vote on Tuesday, November 6, 2018.
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