Judicial Races in Texas
by DIANE DAVIS
Feb 26, 2014 | 697 views | 1 1 comments | 11 11 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Races for some of the lower profile seats in the upcoming primary will be critical for the future of Texas. While the top of the ballot garners most of the attention, primary elections for three seats on the Texas Supreme Court are important for our state’s legal climate and economic prosperity.



As a supporter of common-sense, I encourage voters to get to know your local and statewide candidates. Legal reform is a cornerstone of our state’s continued success. Will your candidate protect the reforms we’ve passed in Texas? Do you know who is financially supporting your candidate?

Diane Davis

East Texans Against Lawsuit Abuse

Our vote in the March 4 primary election – for state, legislative and judicial offices – is just one way that we can do our part to ensure our courts are used for justice, not greed. Vote in the March 4 primary because the future of Texas is in our hands!
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CaptnEagle1
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February 28, 2014
Agreed, let's get informed!

Nathan Hecht's contributions:

HEB CEO Charles Butt $5,000 11/15/13. ( Over $122,000 to Wendy Davis)

The Texas Association of Realtors PAC $2,500 1/13/14. ( Over $100,000 to help elect Democrat Celia Israel, state income tax proponent, to the Texas House against a Republican opponent.)

Trial Lawyer Joe Jamail, $5,000 11/5/13. ( $200,000 to Democrat Tony Sanchez & $100,000 to Democrat Bill White)

Tobacco Lawyer Wayne Reaud, $1,000 1/21/14. ( Reaud’s law firm $350,000 to Texas Democratic Party 2002 & $100,000 2008, $25,000 personally to Democrat Bill White & has also donated to Wendy Davis.)

Trial lawyer Fred Hagans $2,500 11/13/13. ( $100,000 to the Texas Democratic Party in 2008, $25,000 to the Texas Democratic Trust in 2008, another $50,000 to the Texas Democratic Trust in 2010, and $75,000 to the Democratic “First Tuesday” PAC in 2012.)

etc. etc. etc...