Skip to comments.Dallas: Jessica Voyce Lewis (running against Justice Eroc Moye)
Posted on 05/07/2020 9:57:14 AM PDT by llevrok
Lewis practices business and bankruptcy law as an attorney at Ross & Smith, PC in Dallas, Texas, where she has worked since 2016. She began her legal career at Baker Botts, LLP and later worked for a Dallas-based nonprofit organization focusing on civil litigation and probation cases. Lewis received her B.S. in business administration from East Texas Baptist University in 2004 and her J.D. from Southern Methodist University's Dedman School of Law in 2010. She was admitted to the Texas State Bar in 2010 and is a member of the Dallas Bar Association and the Dallas Association of Young Bankruptcy Lawyers.
I suppose voting him out is a reasonable alternative to taking him outside and duct taping him to the sidewalk.
what ever happened to a good old tar and feathering?
The irony would be that one of the convicts this low life judge released from jail because of the covid crisis would end up burglarizing the business of the salon owner he sentenced to jail because of the covid crisis.
Texas Supreme Court Orders Shelley Luther Released From Jail
Why not do both? ;)
It would be racist to vote against her for her color only, but there ya go.
Better irony if a released convict burglarizes or attacks him,or one of his loved ones. Ah...true justice.
She isn’t white. She just has smaller melanosomes than someone with darker skin. Think Rachel Dozier.
She looks black to me! ; )
Several years ago, there was a white guy who actually won an election in a gerrymandered, primarily black district....just N of Houston, IIRC.
His flyers had NO pics of him, and he used only blue and white. He put no party affiliation, either, as I recall.
He used campaign phrases that were >>loosely<< SJW sounding. Like, Vote for Lawrence, he’ll fight for your every right.
Things like that.
It was hilarious.
Hey....with a little bit of FakeNews “George Zimmerman” style editing, she CAN appear black!
She isnt white. She just has smaller melanosomes than someone with darker skin. Think Rachel Dozier.
Well, shes certainly darker than Rachel Dozier.
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