Daniel Bradford for Justice of the Peace Precinct 1

Daniel Bradford grew up mostly in small-town Ohio, finished high school in Brazil, and now lives in East Austin, where he’s lived for the last ten years. Having lived in Brazil and in the United States, Bradford knows firsthand the difference that responsive government makes in the lives of a country’s citizens. At Ohio State, [...]

Karen Sage for 299th District Court Judge

I am running to be your judge of the 299th District Court because I believe in public service and I believe in justice. For most of my career, I have been a public servant, and I have always tried to do justice no matter what role I have occupied. Justice is the backbone of our [...]

Bill Gammon for 147th District Court Judge

After representing the residents of Travis county for over twenty two years, both as a Plaintiff and Defense attorney, I have now decided to run for Judge in the 147th District Court.During my years as an attorney, I have witnessed far too many proceedings that have not involved the kind of fairness and adherence to [...]

Understanding the Texas Primary Election

Primary election day in Texas is March 2. Everyone needs to WAKE UP and get out to VOTE because there are several key contested races this time around. Many people don’t realize that the primary election is quite a big deal. It allows the people to decide who is the best candidate for their party. [...]

Still alive after 365

By Frank Garrett, Jr., The Austin Times columnist There are surveys out of the wazoo floating around the Internet wanting people to rate the first year of America’s first black president. I have pretty much ignored the effort to compile a citizen’s generated portrait of Barack Obama due to what I consider an unlevel playing [...]