Jim Wrotenbery, Democratic candidate for the Harris County 125th Civil District Court through his attendance at HCC’s Inaugural Legacy Award, which honored eight African –American publishers for their journalistic excellence and outstanding service to the community, shows his range of interest. Wrotenbery feels that any Civil Judge should have his finger on the pulse of every community that resides in the District in order for him to serve effectively.
Jim Wrotenbery, Democratic candidate for the Harris County 125th Civil District Court, has built a strong base of support heading into the March 4th Democratic Primary, including the Association of Women Attorneys, Harris County Democrats, the Harris County Council of Organizations, State Representatives Garnet Coleman and Senfronia Thompson, Houston City Council Member Peter Brown and a number of prominent local ministers.
Senfronia Thompson, State Representaive of District 141, says in her February 2008 The Thompson Report as she refers to Jim Wrotenbery and a few other candidates, “This election cycle there are some candidates that have distinguished themselves and risen to the top. They are the type of candidates that will do what is right for our community. I believe the following candidates are the type of public servants that will humbly work tirelessly for our community. They are leaders we can trust and I humbly ask you to support them and give them your vote.”
Jim Wrotenbery has a quarter century of experience trying cases in state and federal courts throughout Texas. Wrotenbery has the highest rating possible from his peers for ethics and excellence, and in 1995 was named Fellow of the State Bar of Texas. Wrotenbery is a certified Arbitrator and Mediator.
Wrotenbery is also an active member of his community. His volunteer work includes The Beacon, serving Houston’s homeless and Habitat for Humanity. He is also active in Mission and Outreach programs at Christ Church Cathedral.
Jim Wrotenbery is a lifelong Texan, an honors graduate of Rice University and earned his J.D. from the University of Texas School of Law. Wrotenbery has practiced law and lived in Houston for the past 25 years. He attends Christ Church Cathedral. To learn more about Jim Wrotenbery and his campaign visit www.jimforjudge.com.
Early voting continues through Friday, February 29th. Election Day is Tuesday, March 4th. For more information on voting times and locations, please visit www.harrisvotes.org
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