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ABOUT JUDGE STACI

Judge Staci Williams is a two-term Judge of the 101st District Court in Dallas County, Texas. On January 2, 2015, she was initially sworn into office and was re-elected in November 2018. The 101st District Court handles primarily commercial, personal injury, medical malpractice, real estate, oil and gas and consumer disputes. Judge Williams ensures that the 101st District Court is the “Court of Choice” for all parties, attorneys and citizens. She is dedicated to improving the judicial process with fairness and efficiency.

WHY I'M RUNNING

Judge Williams is running for a place on the Texas Supreme Court because it is time that the Supreme Court of Texas have justices who have real life experience, who understand the needs of the working people of Texas and who reflect the diversity of this State. 

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Staci Williams for
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P.O. Box 225321
Dallas, TX 75222


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ENDORSED BY THE HOUSTON CHRONICLE:

"Judge Staci Williams, 61, has long experience as a trial judge and if successful in unseating incumbent Justice Jeff Boyd, would bring to the Texas Supreme Court badly needed diversity and an approach that focuses on building consensus through persuasion."

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