2024 – Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 7

Republican Primary Race in March
General Election Race in November

Court & PlaceRepublicanDemocratNotes

Gina Parker

Nancy Mulder

Mark Ash (L)
Texas Bar Card Number1548470000792971
Campaign Mailing Address5015 Fort Ave, Waco, TX 7671213901 Midway Road #102 PMB198
Farmers Branch, Texas 75244
Campaign Contact(254) 913-5911
Campaign Websitewebsitewebsite
Social Media Linkstwitter

Current OccupationGeneral Manager: Dental Creations
Attorney: Gina Parker, Attorney at Law
Criminal District Court #6
Years of Texas Residency62 years
JD School & Year

Baylor University

St. Mary's University
Other EducationB.B.A , Baylor University
Year of State Bar Licensure1987
Legal Experience - Nonjudicial•Private Practice, 1991-present (32 years)
•Assistant County Attorney, Bell County 1987-1990
•City Attorney, Robinson 1988-1989

•Private Practice, Criminal Defense
•Assistant District Attorney, Dallas County

Jury Trial Experience
Appellate Judicial Experience
Other Judicial ExperienceDallas County Criminal Court 4
Dallas County Criminal Court 4
Board Certifications
Courts Admitted
Honors and Awards•National Eagle Forum Award, for Dedicated Work in Support of the US Constitution
Prior Elections

•2024 Primary - 66% v Barbara Hervey
•2020 against Bert Richardson for Place 3, TX CT of Criminal Appeals. Almost 49% of the vote.

Most Recent Bar Polls2024 - 851 16%2024 - 1,730 32%2024 - 867 16%
Key Endorsements (Max 5)•Attorney General Ken Paxton
•Agricultural Commissioner Sid Miller
•State Rep. Charles “Doc” Anderson
•Montgomery County Tea Party
•Texas for Responsible Judges PAC
Judicial Philosophy (Max 250 words)

We need judges like Justice Antonin Scalia that will uphold the rule of law and not legislate from the bench. While Justice Scalia has passed away, he remains the justice that I most respect because he ardently believed in strict constitutional interpretation as opposed to viewing the Constitution as an evolving document subject to the social and political currents of the times. Justice Scalia speaking at SMU in 2013, unequivocally declared that the “Constitution is not a living document.” He said, “It is dead, dead, dead.” I agree with Justice Scalia.

Misc•Chair and commissioner, Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, 8 years•Co-Chair of the Step-Up Jail Pre-Trial Release Program
•Fluent in Spanish
•former Dallas County Party Precinct Chair
Date Submitted by Candidate1/5/24Gathered from public info

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