Judge David Newell - Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 9

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2020 ELECTION RESULTS

Judge DAVID NEWELL

Back on November 3, 2020, the people of Texas re-elected Judge David Newell in the race for Judge Court of Criminal Appeals Pl. 9.

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AUBREY R. TAYLOR: “I’m so proud of Judge David Newell. I believe that he’s going to continue to do the awesome job that he’s been doing for the people of Texas. I would also like to thank him for valuing every vote.”

Once again, Democrats swept through Harris County, Texas and totally obliterated their Republican rivals. I mean, Democrats recorded victory after victory in local countywide races. In case after case Democrats ran up the numbers — even without the benefit of straight-ticket voting. Man, I am not sure if Republicans should even run against these Democrats in countywide races again — unless they have a come-toJesus meeting and totally rethink their strategy going forward. And for starters, they must get someone seated as their Chairman who clearly understands that they do not


have the numbers on their side to approach local countywide elections in the way that they’re currently approaching them. And that being said, the local RepubliREPUBLICAN can Party is failing their canJUDGE DAVID NEWELL didates and not even giving them a shot at winning local countywide races if you ask me. Heck, without a major overhall of their party, I just don’t see Republicans ever being able to win a local countywide contest unless judicial races become non-partisan. Why? Well, without expanding their local base, the numbers are just not there. And as for the Democrats, they had better find some creative ways to deal with the way their African American candidates are being treated down-ballot. Why? Well, as we look forward to the March 2022 Democratic Primaries, the 2022 Democratic Primary voters are going to have some tough decisions to make in determining which judges should be allowed to stay on the job — or get fired. And truth be told, some of the judges who were elected back in the 2018 midterms aren’t very good, and should be fired in the March 2022 Democratic primary.

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President and Vice President

Donald J. Trump/Michael R. Pence - R Joseph R. Biden/Kamala D. Harris - D Jorgensen/Jeremy "Spike" Cohen - L Howie Hawkins/Angela Walker - G ————————————————————————-——United States Senator

John Cornyn - Republican Party — 53.62% Mary "MJ" Hegar - Democratic Party — 43.76% Kerry Douglas McKennon - Libertarian Party — 1.88% David B. Collins - Green Party — 0.73% ————————————————————————-——United States Representative, District 2

Dan Crenshaw - Republican Party - 56.11% Sima Ladjevardian - Democratic Party — 42.30% Elliott Robert Scheirman - Libertarian Party — 1.5% ————————————————————————-——United States Representative, District 7

Wesley Hunt - Republican Party — 47.47% Lizzie Fletcher - Democratic Party — 50.76% Shawn Kelly - Libertarian Party — 1.77% ————————————————————————-——United States Representative, District 8

Kevin Brady - Republican Party — 72.53% Elizabeth Hernandez - Democratic Party — 25.45% Chris Duncan - Libertarian Party — 2.20% ————————————————————————-——United States Representative, District 9 Johnny Teague - Republican Party — 21.61% Al Green - Democratic Party — 75.50% Jose R. Sosa – Libertarian Party — 2.89%

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United States Representative, District 10

Michael McCaul - Republican Party — 52.51% Mike Siegel - Democratic Party — 45.32% Roy Eriksen - Libertarian Party — 2.17% ————————————————————————-——-

United States Representative, District 18

Wendell Champion - Republican Party — 23.46% Sheila Jackson Lee - Democratic Party — 73.34% Luke Spencer - Libertarian Party — 1.82% Vince Duncan - Independent — 1.38% ————————————————————————-——United States Representative, District 22

Troy Nehls - Republican Party — 51.56% Sri Preston Kulkarni - Democratic Party — 44.57% Joseph LeBlanc Jr - Libertarian Party — 3.87% ————————————————————————-——United States Representative, District 29 Jaimy Z. Blanco - Republican Party — 27.36% Sylvia Garcia - Democratic Party — 71.15% Phil Kurtz - Libertarian Party — 1.49%

————————————————————————-——United States Representative, District 36 Brian Babin - Republican Party — 73.66% Rashad Lewis - Democratic Party — 24.22% Chad Abbey - Libertarian Party — 1.6% Hal J. Ridley Jr - Green Party — 1.49%

————————————————————————-——Commissioner James "Jim" Wright - Republican Party — 53.1% Chrysta Castañeda - Democratic Party — 43.47% Matt Sterett - Libertarian Party — 2.25% Katija "Kat" Gruene - Green Party — 1.18%


Chief Justice, Supreme Court

Nathan Hecht - Republican Party — 53.07% Amy Clark Meachum - Democratic Party — 44.4% Mark Ash - Libertarian Party — 2.53% ————————————————————————-——Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6

Jane Bland - Republican Party — 55.33% Kathy Cheng - Democratic Party — 44.67% ————————————————————————-——Justice, Supreme Court, Place 7

Jeff Boyd - Republican Party — 52.81% Staci Williams - Democratic Party — 43.87% William Bryan Strange III - Libertarian Party — 2.32% ————————————————————————-——Justice, Supreme Court, Place 8 Brett Busby - Republican Party — 53.44% Gisela D. Triana - Democratic Party — 43.95% Tom Oxford - Libertarian Party — 2.61% ————————————————————————-——Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 3

Bert Richardson - Republican Party — 54.63% Elizabeth Davis Frizell - Democratic Party — 45.37% ————————————————————————-——Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 4

Kevin Patrick Yeary - Republican Party — 54.91% Tina Clinton - Democratic Party — 45.09% ————————————————————————-——Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 9 David Newell - Republican Party — 53.38% Brandon Birmingham - Democratic Party — 44.62%

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Member, State Board of Education, District 6

Will Hickman - Republican Party — 49.73% Michelle Palmer - Democrat Party — 47.40% Whitney Bilyeu - Libertarian Party — 2.87% ————————————————————————-——Member, State Board of Education, District 8

Audrey Young - Republican Party — 73.50% Audra Rose Berry - Libertarian Party — 26.50% ————————————————————————-——State Senator, District 4

Brandon Creighton - Republican Party — 67.48% Jay Stittleburg - Democratic Party — 30.06% Cameron Brock - Libertarian Party — 2.46% ————————————————————————-——State Senator, District 6 Carol Alvarado - Democratic Party — 84.04% Timothy Duffield - Libertarian Party — 15.96% ————————————————————————-——State Senator, District 11

Larry Taylor - Republican Party — 59.47% Susan Criss - Democratic Party — 38.08% Jared Wissel - Libertarian Party — 2.45% ————————————————————————-——State Senator, District 13

Milinda Morris - Republican Party — 19.49% Borris L Miles - Democratic Party — 80.51% ————————————————————————-——State Senator, District 18 Lois W. Kolkhorst - Republican Party — 65.80% Michael Antalan - Democratic Party — 34.20%

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State Representative, District 126

E. Sam Harless - Republican Party — 53.30% Natali Hurtado - Democratic Party — 46.70% ————————————————————————-——State Representative, District 128

Briscoe Cain - Republican Party — 68.40% Mary E. Williams - Democratic Party — 31.60% ————————————————————————-——State Representative, District 129 Dennis Paul - Republican Party — 58.92% Kayla Alix - Democratic Party — 41.08%

————————————————————————-——State Representative, District 130

Tom Oliverson - Republican Party — 68.99% Bryan J Henry - Democratic Party — 31.01% ————————————————————————-——-

State Representative, District 132

Mike Schofield - Republican Party — 51.80% Gina Calanni - Democratic Party — 48.09% ————————————————————————-——State Representative, District 133 Jim Murphy - Republican Party — 57.12% Sandra G. Moore - Democratic Party — 41.20% James Harren - Libertarian Party — 1.68%

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State Representative, District 134

Sarah Davis - Republican Party — 47.70% Ann Johnson - Democratic Party — 52.30%

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State Representative, District 135

Justin Ray - Republican Party — 48.65% Jon E. Rosenthal - Democratic Party — 49.08% Paul Bilyeu - Libertarian Party — 2.28% ————————————————————————-——-

State Representative, District 137

Gene Wu - Democratic Party — 81.48% Lee Sharp - Libertarian Party — 18.52% ————————————————————————-——State Representative, District 138

Lacey Hull - Republican Party — 51.62% Akilah Bacy - Democratic Party — 48.38% ————————————————————————-——-

State Representative, District 139

Jarvis D. Johnson - Democratic Party — 85.88% R. Grizzle Trojacek - Libertarian Party — 14.12% ————————————————————————-——State Representative, District 142

Jason Rowe - Republican Party — 25.27% Harold V. Dutton Jr - Democratic Party — 74.73% ————————————————————————-——State Representative, District 144 Tony Salas - Republican Party — 43.57% Mary Ann Perez - Democratic Party — 56.43%

————————————————————————-——State Representative, District 145 Martha Elena Fierro - Republican Party — 33.72% Christina Morales - Democratic Party — 64.02% Richard Aaron Howell - Libertarian Party — 2.27%

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State Representative, District 146

Shawn Nicole Thierry - Democratic Party — 87.03% JJ Campbell - Libertarian Party — 12.97% ————————————————————————-——State Representative, District 148

Luis La Rotta - Republican Party — 36.34% Penny Morales Shaw - Democratic Party — 63.66% ————————————————————————-——State Representative, District 149

Lily Truong - Republican Party — 40.59% Hubert Vo - Democratic Party — 59.41% ————————————————————————-——State Representative, District 150

Valoree Swanson - Republican Party — 58.11% Michael Robert Walsh - Democratic Party — 38.59% Jesse Herrera - Libertarian Party — 3.30% ————————————————————————-——Chief Justice, 14th Court of Appeals

Tracy Elizabeth Christopher - Republican Party — 50.09% Jane Robinson - Democrat Party — 49.91% ————————————————————————-——Justice, 1st Court of Appeals District, Place 3

Russell Lloyd - Republican Party — 49.31% Veronica Rivas-Molloy - Democratic Party — 50.69% ————————————————————————-——Justice, 1st Court of Appeals District, Place 5

Terry Adams - Republican Party — 49.97% Amparo Monique Guerra - Democratic Party — 50.03% ————————————————————————-——Justice, 14th Court of Appeals District, Place 7 Ken Wise - Republican Party — 50.50% Tamika "Tami" Craft - Democratic Party — 49.50%

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District Judge, 61st Judicial District

Erin Elizabeth Lunceford - Republican Party — 47.12% Fredericka Phillips - Democratic Party — 52.88% ————————————————————————-——District Judge, 80th Judicial District

Sharon Hemphill - Republican Party — 46.63% Jeralynn Manor - Democratic Party — 53.37% ————————————————————————-——District Judge, 127th Judicial District

Nile Copeland - Republican Party — 45.70% R.K. Sandill - Democratic Party — 54.30% ————————————————————————-——District Judge, 129th Judicial District

Will Archer - Republican Party — 44.59% Michael Gomez - Democratic Party — 55.41% ————————————————————————-——District Judge, 133rd Judicial District

Sheri Y. Dean - Republican Party — 45.97% Jaclanel McFarland - Democratic Party — 54.03% ————————————————————————-——District Judge, 164th Judicial District

Michael Landrum - Republican Party — 46.54% Cheryl Elliott Thornton - Democratic Party — 53.46% ————————————————————————-——District Judge, 165th Judicial District

Bruce Bain - Republican Party — 46.55% Ursula A. Hall - Democratic Party — 53.45% ————————————————————————-——District Judge, 215th Judicial District Fred Shuchart - Republican Party — 45.80% Elaine Palmer – Democratic Party — 54.20%

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District Judge, 334th Judicial District

Dan Lemkuil - Republican Party — 45.73% Dawn Deshea Rogers - Democratic Party — 54.27% ————————————————————————-——District Judge, 339th Judicial District

Jesse McClure - Republican Party — 46.74% Te'iva Bell - Democratic Party — 53.26% ————————————————————————-——District Judge, 351st Judicial District

Arlene Hecht - Republican Party — 45.21% Natalia "Nata" Cornelio - Democratic Party — 54.48% ————————————————————————-——District Judge, 507th Judicial District

Alyssa Lemkuil - Republican Party — 45.52% Julia Maldonado - Democratic Party — 54.48% ————————————————————————-——District Attorney

Mary Nan Huffman - Republican Party — 46.22% Kim Ogg - Democratic Party — 53.78% ————————————————————————-——Judge, County Civil Court at Law No. 4

Clyde Raymond Leuchtag - Republican Party — 44.72% Lesley Briones - Democratic Party — 55.28% ————————————————————————-——-

Judge, County Criminal Court No. 12

Linda Garcia - Republican Party — 47.55% Genesis E. Draper - Democratic Party — 52.45% ————————————————————————-——Judge, County Criminal Court No. 16 Bill Harmon - Republican Party — 46.41% Darrell William Jordan Jr - Democratic Party — 53.59%

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Harris County Attorney

John Nation - Republican Party — 45.45% Christian Dashaun Menefee - Democrat — 54.55% ————————————————————————-——Harris County Sheriff

Joe Danna - Republican Party — 42.64% Ed Gonzalez - Democratic Party — 57.36% ————————————————————————-——Harris County Tax Assessor-Collector

Chris Daniel - Republican Party — 43.72% Ann Harris Bennett - Democratic Party — 52.96% Billy Pierce - Libertarian Party — 3.32% ————————————————————————-——Harris County Clerk, Unexpired Term

Stan Stanart - Republican Party — 46.34% Teneshia Hudspeth - Democratic Party — 53.66% ————————————————————————-——County School Trustee, Position 5, At Large

Bob Wolfe - Republican Party — 44.47% Erica Davis - Democratic Party — 55.53% ————————————————————————-——County School Trustee, Position 7, At Large Don Sumners - Republican Party — 45.46% David W. Brown - Democratic Party — 54.54%

————————————————————————-——County Commissioner, Precinct 3 Tom Ramsey - Republican Party — 52.39% Michael Moore - Democratic Party — 47.61%

————————————————————————-——Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1, Place 1 Jerry Wayne Dugat - Republican Party — 34.72% Eric William Carter - Democratic Party — 65.28%


Justice of the Peace, Precinct 5, Place 1

Russ Ridgway - Republican Party — 48.53% Israel Garcia - Democratic Party — 51.47% ————————————————————————-——Constable, Precinct 2

Daniel Vela - Republican Party — 38.48% Jerry Garcia - Democratic Party — 61.52% ————————————————————————-——Constable, Precinct 3

Andre Hines - Republican Party — 39.89% Sherman Eagleton - Democratic Party — 60.11% ————————————————————————-——Constable, Precinct 4

Mark Herman - Republican Party — 57.93% Jeff McGowen - Democratic Party — 42.07% ————————————————————————-——Constable, Precinct 5

Ted Heap - Republican Party — 51.42% Mark Alan Harrison - Democratic Party — 48.58% ————————————————————————-——-

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“We must take POLITICS OUT of the way we select our judges in the state of Texas.” “I’ve gone into the Harris County Jail and Texas prisons on numerous occasions over my 30-years of working in this industry. So, I’ve seen some of the injustices that are occurring up close and personal. While there, I was allowed to interview (face-to-face) some of the hardest of criminals. So, I know a criminal when I see one. And some of our local politicians are straight criminals and must be stopped! Now, believe it or not, based on my direct observations over the years, I can attest to the fact that our current criminal justice system is more about “HAVE’S AND HAVE NOT’S” to a greater degree than most people realize. Sure, in some cases the skin color of the person being accused of a crime plays a role in who gets convicted and who goes free. But at the end of the day, from observing the system from the inside, and out; having money, good legal representation, and knowing influential people are unfortunately key determining factors when it comes to who will spend the rest of their life walking around with an “X” on their back and who doesn’t. So, to this end, we must endeavor to change our criminal justice system by “TAKING POLITICS OUT” of the way we select our judges in Texas!”

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