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2018 HARRIS COUNTY SPOTLIGHT

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SCOT DOLLINGER 2018 DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR 189TH CIVIL DISTRICT COURT JUDGE Election Day: Tuesday, November 6, 2018

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Attorney Scot “dolli” Dollinger will be competing against Sharon Hemphill in the race for the 189th Civil District Court in Harris County on Tuesday, November 6, 2018. So don’t forget that early voting will begin on Monday, October 22, 2018, and end on Friday, November 2, 2018. Aubrey R. Taylor Communications is the publisher of Ground-Game Magazine® and Houston Business Connections Magazine® . No information contained herein may be reprinted or published in any other form without our expressed written permission.The mission of Houston Business Connections Magazine© is to assist our readers with identifying corporations, public servants, small business owners, and other entities who value our support as we endeavor to inform, empower and motivate our readers to actively participate in the process of cooperative economics and positive voter engagement. Call (832)212-8735 or (281)788-3033 if you need assistance with your branding, marketing or advertising needs!

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You have a right to be treated fairly.

I'm Houston lawyer Scot Dollinger. Folks ask me, "How did 'dolli' get started?" Growing up in Beaumont, Texas, my friends started calling me "dolli." The name stuck and carried over to high school, college and my professional life. Though born and raised in Beaumont, I have lived and worked in Harris County for almost thirty years. I'm running for judge of the 189th Civil District Court in Harris County, Texas. The 189th District Court hears civil disputes from $500 and up and is considered a court of general jurisdiction. If you're a registered voter in Harris County, you can vote for me because it's a county-wide seat - I will be on every ballot in Harris County on November 6, 2018. I won the March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary for this position - Thank you! In 2014, I was the Democratic Nominee on the ballot for Civil Court No. 2 in Harris County. I am running again in the 2018 election cycle for the 189th bench because I continue to believe the best way to improve Harris County is to make sure that everyone is treated fairly. That means having an experienced lawyer as your judge who brings people together to solve problems without bias, sympathy or prejudice. Everybody needs to know when they come to court they will be treated fairly by an experienced, knowledgeable

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“Scot “dolli” Dollinger values the vote of every Harris County, Texas voter.”



judge. "You have a right to be treated fairly." It's that simple. After practicing law for over 30 years, I'm experienced, efficient and effective enough to run a fair court for all. "It's about justice for all, not justice for some." Please get involved in the Harris County Democratic party and vote for me in the November 6,


2018 General Election. Get your friends involved too. Remember: www.dolli4judge.com. We elect our judges by partisan elections. But all judges have to check their politics at the door and be fair to everyone regardless of party affiliation. Outcomes should be based on the law and facts, not politics.

AUBREY R. TAYLOR: “Scot Dolli Dollinger, William Bill McLeod (center), and Hilda Sibrian are a few people you should get to know.�


AUBREY R. TAYLOR: “Rabeea Collier, Jim Kovach, Sedrick Walker, Ronnisha Bowman, Damien Thaddeus Jones, Scot Dollinger and Clinton Chip Wells are people you should get to know between now and Tuesday, November 6, 2018. Both major political parties have put forth the most diverse ballots ever, and should be commended for that in my opinion.�


SCOT “DOLLI” DOLLINGER: “In Texas, even fair minded Republicans vote for some Democrats and vice versa. To my Republican and Democratic friends whom I love, I say there is no shame in voting a mixed ballot – it’s okay to vote the person, not the party especially when it comes to judges. Always remember, it’s a two way street. Be fair to everyone."


SPOTLIGHT

DON’T FORGET THAT EVERY VOTE WILL MATTER ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6TH IN HARRIS COUNTY ANALYSIS BY AUBREY R. TAYLOR

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here’s a lot of talk about Texas being a red state floating around. Sure, traditionally that has been the case. But after the historic showing put on display by Texas Democrats back on Tuesday, March 6, 2018, reasonable minds would have to agree that the aforementioned distinction could possibly be on the verge of becoming a hue of a different shade in the very near future – especially if Democrats have anything to say about it.. But on Tuesday, November 6, 2018, the day when Democratic hopefuls and Republican hopefuls are set to face off, nothing should be taken for granted. So, don’t forget that we must make it our business to elect the “BEST-QUALIFIED” candidates who value our vote when we go to the polls to cast our vote!

EARLY VOTING PERIOD:

The early voting period will begin on Monday, October 22, 2018, and end on Friday, November 2, 2018 in the State of Texas.

ELECTION DAY VOTING:

If you can’t vote early for some reason, you can still cast your vote on Tuesday, November 6, 2018 in the State of Texas

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VOTE FOR THE BEST-QUALIFIED CANDIDATE WHO VALUES YOUR VOTE ON NOVEMBER 6, 2018

AUBREY R. TAYLOR: “Please be reminded that Houston Business Connections Newspaper© has discontinued the process of issuing endorsements in political contests. However, as publisher of Houston Business Connections Newspaper and Magazine I remain committed to informing, empowering and arming our readership with the pertinent information they need to identify the “BEST-QUALIFIED” candidates who value, respect, and appreciate our vote and support. So, with this stated goal in mind, we will endeavor to do our very best to assist our readers with the oftentimes daunting task of identifying “THE BEST QUALIFIED CANDIDATES” who value, respect, and appreciate “OUR” vote on November 6, 2018.”

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The Race for Comptroller of Public Accounts Glenn Hegar (Republican)

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Joi Chevalier (Democrat)

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Glenn Hegar and Joi Chevalier are the Republican and Democratic candidates running for Comptroller of Public Accounts in Texas.

Presiding Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 1 Sharon Keller (Republican)

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Maria T. Jackson (Democrat)

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Sharon Keller and Maria T. Jackson are the Republican and Democratic candidates running for Presiding Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals in the State of Texas on November 6, 2018.

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“Research these candidates and make your selection before going to the polls on Tuesday, November 6, 2018.”


State Representative, District 131 Syed S. Ali (Republican)

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Alma A. Allen (Democrat)

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Syed S. Ali and Alma A. Allen are the Republican and Democratic candidates running for State Representative, District 131 in Texas.

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 7

Barbara Paker Hervey (Republican)

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Ramona Franklin (Democrat)

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Barbara Parker Hervey and Ramona Franklin are the Republican and Democratic candidates running for Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 7 in Texas .

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“Research these candidates and make your selection before going to the polls on Tuesday, November 6, 2018.”

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State Representative, District 147 Thomas Wang (Republican)

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Garnet F. Coleman (Democrat)

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Thomas Wang and Garnet F. Coleman are the Republican and Democratic candidates running for State Representative, District 147.

District Judge, 55th Judicial District Court Jeff Shadwick (Republican)

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Latosha Lewis Payne (Democrat)

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Jeff Shadwick and Latosha Lewis Payne are the Republican and Democratic candidates running for District Judge, 55th Judicial District Court in Harris County on November 6th.

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“Research these candidates and make your selection before going to the polls on Tuesday, November 6, 2018.”


District Judge, 180th Judicial District Court Catherine Evans (Republican)

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DaSean Jones (Democrat)

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Catherine Evans and DaSean Jones are the Republican and Democratic candidates running for District Judge, 180th Judicial District Court.

District Judge, 182nd Judicial District Court Jesse McClure (Republican)

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Danilo “Danny” Lacayo (Democrat)

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Jesse McClure and Danilo “Danny” Lacayo are the Republican and Democratic candidates running for District Judge, 182nd Judicial District Court in Harris County.

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“Research these candidates and make your selection before going to the polls on Tuesday, November 6, 2018.”

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District Judge, 262nd Judicial District Court Tammy J. Thomas (Republican)

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Lori Chambers Gray (Democrat)

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Tammy J. Thomas and Lori Chambers Gray are the Republican and Democratic candidates running for Judge, 262nd Judicial District Court.

District Judge, 263rd Judicial District Court Charles Johnson (Republican)

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Amy Martin (Democrat)

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Charles Johnson and Amy Martin are the Republican and Democratic candidates running for Judge, 263rd Judicial District Court in Harris County on Tuesday, November 6, 2018.

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“Research these candidates and make your selection before going to the polls on Tuesday, November 6, 2018.”


District Judge, 270th Judicial District Brent Gamble (Republican)

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Dedra Davis (Democrat)

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Brent Gamble and Dedra Davis are the Republican and Democratic candidates running for District Judge, 270th Judicial District Court.

Family District Judge, 246th Judicial District Court Charley Prine (Republican)

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Angela Graves-Harrington (Democrat)

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Charley Prine and Angela Graves-Harrington are the Republican and Democratic candidates running for Family District Judge, 246th Judicial District Court in Harris County on Tuesday, November 6, 2018 in Harris County, Texas

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“Research these candidates and make your selection before going to the polls on Tuesday, November 6, 2018.”

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Family District Judge, 257th Judicial District Court Melanie Flowers (Republican)

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Sandra J. Peake (Democrat)

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Melanie Flowers and Sandra J. Peake are the Republican and Democratic candidates running for Family District Judge, 257th Judicial District Court in Harris County.

Family District Judge, 280th Judicial District Court Angelina D.A. Gooden (Republican)

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Barbara J. Stalder (Democrat)

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Angelina D.A. Gooden and Barbara J. Stalder are the Republican and Democratic candidates running for Family District Judge, 280th Judicial District Court in Harris County, Texas.

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“Research these candidates and make your selection before going to the polls on Tuesday, November 6, 2018.”


Family District Judge, 309th Judicial District Court Sheri Y. Dean (Republican)

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Linda Marie Dunson (Democrat)

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Sheri Y. Dean and Linda Marie Dunson are the Republican and Democratic candidates running for Family District Judge, 309th Judicial District Court in Harris County, Texas.

Family District Judge, 311th Judicial District Court Alicia Franklin York (Republican)

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Germaine Tanner (Democrat)

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Alicia Franklin York and Germaine Tanner are the Republican and Democratic candidates running for Family District Judge, 311th Judicial District Court.

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“Research these candidates and make your selection before going to the polls on Tuesday, November 6, 2018.”

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Family District Judge, 314th Judicial District Court John F. Phillips (Republican)

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Michelle Moore (Democrat)

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John F. Phillips and Michelle Moore are the Republican and Democratic candidates running for Judge, 314th Judicial District Court.

Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 2 Bill Harmon (Republican)

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Ronnisha Bowman (Democrat)

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Bill Harmon and Ronnisha Bowman are the Republican and Democratic candidates running for Judge, Harris County Criminal Court at Law #2 on Tuesday, November 6, 2018.

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“Research these candidates and make your selection before going to the polls on Tuesday, November 6, 2018.”


Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 3 Natalie C. Fleming (Republican)

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Erica Hughes (Democrat)

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Natalie C. Fleming and Erica Hughes are the Republican and Democratic candidates running for Judge, Harris County Criminal Court at Law #3 on Tuesday, November 6, 2018.

Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 4 John Clinton (Republican)

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Shannon Baldwin (Democrat)

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John Clinton and Shannon Baldwin are the Republican and Democratic candidates running for Judge, County Criminal Court at Law #4.

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Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 9 John Wakefield (Republican)

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Toria J. Finch (Democrat)

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John Wakefield and Toria J. Finch are the Republican and Democratic candidates running for Judge, Harris County Criminal Court at Law #9.

Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 11 Aaron Burdette (Republican)

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Sedrick T. Walker, II (Democrat)

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Aaron Burdette and Sedrick T. Walker, II are the Republican and Democratic candidates running for Judge, Harris County Criminal Court at Law #11 on Tuesday, November 6, 2018.

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Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 12 John Spjut (Republican)

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Cassandra Y. Hollemon (Democrat)

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John Spjut and Cassandra Y. Hollemon are the Republican and Democratic candidates running for Judge, Harris County Criminal Court at Law #12 on Tuesday, November 6, 2018.

Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 14 Mike Fields (Republican)

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David L. Singer (Democrat)

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Mike Fields and David L. Singer are the Republican and Democratic candidates running for Judge, Harris County Criminal Court at Law #14.

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Judge, County Criminal Court at Law No. 15 Roger Bridgwater (Republican)

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Tonya Jones (Democrat)

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Roger Bridgwater and Tonya Jones are the Republican and Democratic candidates running for Judge, Harris County Criminal Court at Law #15 on Tuesday, November 6, 2018.

Judge, County Civil Court at Law No. 1

Clyde Raymond Leuchtag (Republican)

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George Barnstone (Democrat)

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Clyde Raymond Leuchtag and George Barnstone are the Republican and Democratic candidates running for Judge, Harris County Civil Court at Law #1 on Tuesday, November 6, 2018.

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“Research these candidates and make your selection before going to the polls on Tuesday, November 6, 2018.”


Judge, County Civil Court at Law No. 3 Linda Storey (Republican)

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LaShawn A. Williams (Democrat)

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Linda Storey and LaShawn A. Williams are the Republican and Democratic candidates running for Judge, Harris County Civil Court at Law #3.

Justice of the Peace, Precinct 7, Place 2 “DC” Caldwell (Republican)

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Sharon M. Burney (Democrat)

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“DC” Caldwell and Sharon M. Burney are the Republican and Democratic candidates running for Harris County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 7, Place 2 on Tuesday, November 6th.

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DO YOU KNOW YOUR VOTING RIGHTS?

As a registered voter in Texas, you have the right to: A ballot with written instructions on how to cast a ballot. Ask the polling place official for instructions on how to cast a ballot (but not suggestions on how to vote). Cast your vote in secret and free from intimidation. Receive up to two more ballots if you make a mistake while marking the ballot. Bring an interpreter to assist you as you qualify to vote if you do not understand the English language. Help to cast your ballot if you cannot write, see the ballot, or understand the language in which it is written. Report a possible voting rights abuse to the Secretary of State (1.800.252.8683) or to your local election official. Cast a provisional ballot if your name does not appear on the list of registered voters. (1) Cast a provisional ballot (a) if you do not possess one of the seven (7) acceptable forms of photo identification, which, if you are under 70, is not expired for more than four years, and you can reasonably obtain one of these forms of identification or (b) if you possess, but did not bring to the polling place, one of the seven forms of acceptable photo identification, which, if you are under 70, is not expired for more than four years, or (c) if you do not possess one of the seven forms of acceptable photo identification, which, if you are under 70, is not expired for more than four years, you could otherwise not reasonably obtain one, but you did not bring a supporting form of identification to the polling place, and (2) the right to present one of the acceptable forms of photo identification, which, if you are under 70, is not expired for more than four years, or, if you do not possess and cannot reasonably obtain an acceptable form of photo identification, the right to execute a reasonable impediment declaration and present one of the supporting forms of identification, to the county voter registrar’s office, within six (6) calendar days after election day, or, if applicable, qualify for a temporary (natural disaster or religious objection to being photographed) or permanent (disability) exemption, within six (6) calendar days of election day, at the county voter registrar’s office. Vote once at any early voting location during the early voting period within the territory conducting the election. File an administrative complaint with the Secretary of State concerning violations of federal and state voting procedures.