Candidates aim to hold the state's top judicial spots

Caller Times - Mark McKenzie, an assistant professor of political science from Texas Tech University, said candidates can’t promise to rule a certain way in a specific instance but they can explain how they might rule ideologically.

AUSTIN — General election voters often are drawn to key top-of-the-ticket positions, such as governor or lieutenant governor, or races that will impact them on a local level, such as school board or city council.

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Mark McKenzie, an assistant professor of political science from Texas Tech University, said candidates can’t promise to rule a certain way in a specific instance but they can explain how they might rule ideologically.

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