Dallas Primary Judicial Election Results Show 'Women Rule'

, Texas Lawyer

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Incumbency has traditionally been a distinct advantage in Texas judicial politics. And while that held true for justices on the Texas Supreme Court, it was a much different story in Dallas County.

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    Why do you ignore the Libertarian and Green Party candidates?

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    How can you ignore that the sex of the candidate was much less a factor than their race?

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