Interview with Nile Copeland

Nile Copeland

I have one more interview for County Treasurer. There are three candidates, but Cosme Garcia did not return my email asking to schedule something, so two is all I have. As before, if Garcia gets back to me now I will do my best to accommodate him. In the meantime, here is my interview with Nile Copeland, who currently serves as a municipal judge in Houston and who has been a candidate for district court judge in Harris County in past years. Publishing this today reminds me of one of the perils of doing interviews in advance as I do. It’s a rare days when incumbent Treasurer Orlando Sanchez does something newsworthy – honestly, I think it’s a rare day when he does something other than surf Facebook – but there he was getting quoted in that story about Harris County’s recent cybercrime near-miss. Had that story run a few weeks ago, or if I had done these interviews more recently, I’d have brought this up, but alas, it was not to be. So you’ll have to do with what we did talk about:

You can see all of my interviews for candidates running for County office as well as finance reports and other information on candidates on my 2018 Harris County Election page.

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2 Responses to Interview with Nile Copeland

  1. Greg Wythe says:

    Nile might want to review his answers to your Q&A from 2010.

    His explanation about his decision to be a Republican in 2016 isn’t particularly satisfying. Appreciate the fact that you brought the topic up, Kuff.

  2. Demetria Nelson-McNaulty says:

    I would have liked Nile to have given a better answer than exploring the other side, that’s like me trying to explore being another race, and deciding it wasn’t for me. Totally vague, no true answer, and you Kuff let it go.

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