Continuing with my series of candidate interviews from the convention, next up is Robert Miklos, who is running for HD101 in Dallas County. Miklos is a former prosecutor with the Harris County DA's office (he worked under Johnnie Holmes) and with the city of Dallas, and he's now in private practice specializing in land use issues. The seat he's running for is one of several reasonably purple districts (PDF) in the Metroplex area - Bill Moody got 48.8% of the vote in 2006 - and will have its third representative in as many cycles after current Rep. Thomas Latham, who defeated Elvira Reyna in the 2006 GOP primary, lost in the 2008 GOP primary to Mike Anderson, so it's not averse to change. The interview is here, as always in MP3 format.
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