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Justices of the Texas Supreme Court are elected in normal, partisan elections to six-year terms. This year’s Texas primary falls on March 2, 2010.
Place 3: (Retiring) Justice Harriet O’Neill
Justice O’Neill has announced that she will not be seeking reelection in 2010. The 2010 race for this seat will be a recent rarity on the Court — a truly open seat with no incumbent.
Jeff Brown (R) Justice, 14th Court of Appeals
Rick Green (R) Attorney
Debra Lehrmann (R) District Judge from Fort Worth
Jim Mosely (R) Justice, 5th Court of Appeals
Jim Sharp (D) Justice, 1st Court of Appeals
Rebecca Simmons (R) Justice, 4th Court of Appeals
Rick Strange (R) Justice, 11th Court of Appeals
William Strange (L) Attorney
Place 5: Justice Paul Green (elected 2004)
Paul Green (R) Incumbent
Bill Moody (D) District Judge from El Paso
Tom Oxford (L) Attorney
Place 9: Justice Eva Guzman (appointed 2009, replacing Justice Brister)
Jack Armstrong (L) Attorney
Blake Bailey (D) Attorney
Eva Guzman (R) Incumbent
Rose Vela (R) Justice, 13th Court of Appeals