The Dallas Morning News has posted a voters guide covering Texas contests, including the Texas Supreme Court races. The questions cover some aspects of judicial philosophy, campaign finance, the Court’s docket, and other matters. The newspaper received answers from the three sitting members of the Court, as well as four of the challengers.

You can access the guide through this link. ((Unfortunately, I don’t see a way to link directly to the Texas Supreme Court-related portions of the guide. To reach that information, you can enter a Texas nine-digit ZIP code, select a primary ballot (or “show all”), and then page through to each position on the ballot.))

Although it is not representative of the other questions and answers, a member of the newspaper’s editorial board was so struck by one exchange that he posted this commentary about the experience.