Star-Telegram (Sunday) - - Opinion -

All pol­i­tics are lo­cal. I’m a mother of three and hope my fel­low Tar­rant County vot­ers re­mem­ber this when they vote for judge of the 323rd Dis­trict Court. This is a child wel­fare/ju­ve­nile court and is a coun­ty­wide of­fice.

There is only one qual- ified can­di­date. James Teel has 33 years of ex­pe­ri­ence and is ded­i­cated to work­ing hard for lo­cal chil­dren and fam­i­lies.

I’ve been shocked by the other can­di­date’s bla­tant dis­re­gard for child-wel­fare is­sues. His “Ma­chine Guns for Lib­erty” fundraiser has noth­ing to do with child wel­fare, and his in­ex­pe­ri­ence in this area of law is alarm­ing.

Why is he run­ning for this of­fice? What do guns have to do with it? Tar­rant County chil­dren de­serve a qual­i­fied judge.

Please do your re­search. The record speaks for it­self. – Sharon Simp­son, Ben­brook

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