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On June 27th, the Dallas County Democratic Executive Committee has selected Maricela Moore to be the Democratic candidate in the November General Election for the 162nd Judicial District Court. Gregory Gorman will be the Republican candidate for that bench. In the meantime, Justice Michael J. O'Neill, formally of the Texas Fifth District Court of Appeals, has been assigned to the 162nd.
Reception for Maricela Moore, Democratic candidate - 162nd District Court (Dallas), Thursday, October 20th, 5:30-7:30 pm, 1700 Pacific Avenue, Suite 3700, Dallas, 75201
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