Texas Judicial Candidate Comparisons

A Project of the Texas Civil Justice League
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2024 Election Key Dates:
February 20, 2024  Primary Early Voting Begins
March 5, 2024  Primary Election Day
October 21, 2024 General Early Voting Begins
November 5, 2024 General Election Day

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2024 Texas Judicial Appellate Seats on the Ballot
Candidate Side-by-Side Comparisons

Vote for Texas judges!
Judicial races are “down ballot.” What this means is that they’re typically at the end of a very long list of items needing voters’ attention. The Texas Civil Justice League is reminding Texans that ballot fatigue is bad for our state — we are urging voters to become educated and to vote all the way through their ballots. Join us and help your circle of influence understand that:

Judges are important. They have a direct impact on citizens, perhaps more than any other elected official, because they make decisions that can affect jobs, homes, children and personal freedoms.
Voters must take the responsibility to educate themselves about judicial races. And they must vote! Turnout is important, for both the primaries and the general election.
Texans need to elect judges who are fair, impartial and well qualified. It’s easy to run as a single-issue candidate, but judges with activist agendas are not good for Texas. Learn about the people on your ballot and vote for the ones who will do a great job for our state.

The Texas Civil Justice League (TCJL) hosts this statewide voter education effort to increase awareness about the importance of electing –and re-electing — qualified judges. We need your help.  As Texans, we get to elect our judges. That’s a big responsibility. Help us urge people to do their homework, to go to the polls, and to vote for good people who will make great judges.

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Statewide Courts

Second Court of Appeals, Fort Worth

Third Court of Appeals, Austin

Fourth Court of Appeals, San Antonio

Fifth Court of Appeals, Dallas

Sixth Court of Appeals, Texarkana

Seventh Court of Appeals, Amarillo

Eighth Court of Appeals, El Paso

Ninth Court of Appeals, Beaumont

Tenth Court of Appeals, Waco

Eleventh Court of Appeals, Eastland

Twelfth Court of Appeals, Tyler

Thirteenth Court of Appeals, Corpus Christi

First and Fourteenth Courts of Appeals, Houston

Fifteenth Court of Appeals, Austin

Selected District Courts
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2022 Texas Judicial Appellate Seats on the Ballot
Candidate Side-by-Side Comparisons

Selected District Courts

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