2024 – 13th Court of Appeals, Place 2

No Primary Race in March
November General Election Race only

Court & PlaceDemocratRepublicanNotes/Other

Nora Longoria*

Jenny Cron
(R-Corpus Christi)

Texas Bar Card Number1445155000796237
Campaign Mailing Address3700 N. 10th St., Suite 100
McAllen, Texas 78501
P.O. Box 742
Corpus Christi, TX 78403
Campaign Phonejusticenoralongoria@gmail.comjcron@prdg.com
Campaign Websitewebsitewebsite
Social Media Linkstwitter
Current OccupationJustice, 13th Court of Appeals
since 2013
Senior Attorney
Porter Rogers Dahlman & Gordon, P.C.
Years of Texas ResidencyNativeNative
JD School & YearUniversity of Texas Law School
Texas Tech University
Other EducationB.A., Political Science
minor in History
Texas A&M University
University of Texas
BA with honors
Year of State Bar Licensure19901996
Legal Experience - NonjudicialPrivate practice 21 years
Partner, Hockema and Longoria, LLP
Principal, Law Offices of Nora Longoria
Associate, Shelton and Valadez, P.C.
Associate, Thornton, Summers, Beichlin, Dunham and Brown
Associate, Ellis, Koeneke and Ramirez, LLP
Associate, Kelley, Looney, Alexander and Sawyer
28 years total as attorney

Public Service - 20 years
Prosecutor, Kleberg County Attorney's Office
Chief of Litigation, Nueces County Attorney's Office

Private Practice since 2019
Porter, Rogers, Dahlman & Gordon

15 appellate cases before 13th Court of Appeals
Jury Trial Experience40+ trials20+ trials
Appellate Judicial Experience
Other Judicial Experience
Board Certifications
Courts AdmittedAll Texas State Courts
U.S. District Court, Southern Dist. of Texas
U.S. District Court, District of Minnesota
All Texas State Courts
Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals
Texas Eastern District Court
Texas Southern District/Bankruptcy Court
Honors and Awards.
Prior Elections

2018   Nora Longoria 53.6%      Greg Perkes 46.4%

2012   Nora Longoria 59.6%      Tom Greenwell  40.4%

Most Recent Bar Polls2024 Poll
2024 Poll
Key Endorsements (Max 5)Texans for Lawsuit Reform
Texas Alliance for Life
Judicial Philosophy (Max 250 words)Our judicial system must always be completely independent, insuring fairness and impartiality to all.  Justices must decide cases based on the law and the facts.  As a Justice, I uphold the Constitution of the United States and Texas, and adhere to the rule of law.As a judge, one should be strictly guided by the Constitution and statutes as written. Judges should not practice judicial activism but adhere to the rule of law.
MiscAssociate, American Board of Trial Advocates
Member, International Association of Women Judges
Texas Bar Foundation Sustaining Life Fellow

Former member of the Texas District and County Attorneys Association
Current Director of the Corpus Christi Bar Association
Member of Coastal Bend Women Lawyers Association

Date Submitted by Candidate1/19/241/12/24

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