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Former Texas Supreme Court Justice Dale Wainwright Discusses the Importance of Educating Texas Voters About Judicial Candidates

Texas Civil Justice League Releases Video as Part of Statewide Campaign to Increase Voter Participation in Judicial Races

AUSTIN, Texas, Feb. 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Texas Civil Justice League (TCJL) has released a new video featuring former Texas Supreme Court Justice Dale Wainwright discussing the importance of voting for candidates who are most qualified for the judiciary.

The video is part of a TCJL statewide advocacy campaign to increase voter participation in judicial races. The organization, which advocates for a fair and balanced judicial system in Texas, has launched a voter education effort aimed at increasing awareness throughout the state about the importance of electing qualified judges.

Click here to view the video.

Justice Wainwright was elected to the Supreme Court of Texas on November 5, 2002, and re-elected in 2008. He previously served as presiding judge of the 334th Civil District Court in Harris County.

For more information about judicial races in Texas, visit www.texasjudges.org, a TCJL website that provides information about the state's judicial system and candidates running in judicial races.

About the Texas Civil Justice League
Founded in 1986, the Texas Civil Justice League (TCJL) advocates for a fair and balanced judicial system in Texas. The Austin-based group is the oldest and largest state legal reform organization in the nation, with membership comprised of corporate businesses, law firms, professional and trade associations, health care providers and individual citizens. www.tcjl.com

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512-472-9599

SOURCE Texas Civil Justice League

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