Note: This entry is part of a series of recorded interviews with non-judicial candidates in contested Democratic primaries. I am also doing written Q&As with judicial candidates.
I've been heartened by the number of campaign signs for Farrar I've seen in people's yards (including my own, natch), and by the fact that her opponent hasn't exactly been enjoying broad-based financial backing. But I think the bottom line is that Rep. Farrar is clearly one of the good guys, and I think most people recognize that you don't move the ball forward by taking out the good guys. If you live in HD148, I hope you'll agree with me on that, and support State Rep. Jessica Farrar as well.
The interview is here. As always, feedback is welcome.
Jim Wrotenbery, candidate for 125th District Court (Civil).
Diane Trautman, candidate for Harris County Tax Assessor.
Judge Susan Criss, candidate for the Texas Supreme Court, Position 8.
Joe Jaworski, candidate for State Senate, District 11.
Baltasar D. Cruz, candidate for Texas Supreme Court, Position 7.
State Rep. Garnet Coleman, District 147.
Armando Walle, candidate for State Representative, District 140.
Carol Alvarado, candidate for State Representative, District 145.
Andres Pereira, candidate for the 190th District Court (Civil).
Ron Reynolds, candidate for State Representative, District 27.
Sam Houston, candidate for the Texas Supreme Court, Position 7.Posted by Charles Kuffner on January 28, 2008 to Election 2008