Gonzales County Judge won't seek reelection
Posted on 12/27/2017 6:07:00 AM.
(Gonzales) -- A longstanding elected official in neighboring Gonzales County is not running for office again. Gonzales County Judge David Bird says after 20 years in office he has decided to retire in 2018 when his current term is up.  Bird was first elected to the post in 1998. Since then, he has run unopposed every election except for one eight years ago which he easily won. 
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Reyes, Crawford seeking GOP nomination for state district judge
Posted on 3/1/2016 8:07:00 AM.

(Seguin) -- Voters today will be choosing the next state district judge for the second 25th Judicial District.  This is a Republican only race, with no one running for the nomination on the Democratic side.  It's a race that essentially comes down to experience versus values.  Ruben James Reyes says he's the only candidate with the right experience to do the job, while Jessica Richard Crawford says she's the only candidate that has values that Republican voters want from their judges. 
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