From Eric <[email protected]>
Subject Texans for Courageous Courts Endorsement
Date January 29, 2020 4:44 PM
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** Thanks for the endorsement for my candidacy for the 457th District Court Judge election in the March 3, 2020, Republican Primary Election, to Empower Texans and the "Texans for Courageous Courts" project, as well as General Counsel Tony McDonald, for the excellent article in Texas Scorecard and the nice write up. Empower Texans and Tony McDonald are great fighters for conservatives who care about the fight for freedom and liberty.

Texans for Courageous Courts is a project of Empower Texans that is dedicated to promoting judges who welcome accountability from voters and who will preserve justice in the face of social and political pressure without bowing to powerful interests inside and outside of government.

Our judiciary is plagued by judges who are nothing more than cogs in a system that distorts our Constitution and further empowers powerful interests to weaponize the courts to deprive Texans of life, liberty, and property.

Each of these candidates has a track record of leadership demonstrating that they will fight for the Constitution and the rule of law and to promote justice in the courts. You can count on these individuals to be part of the solution.

457th District Court of Montgomery County

Eric Yollick was born and raised in Texas, received an undergraduate degree from Princeton University, attended graduate school at UT Austin, and received his JD from SMU School of Law. He has been involved with conservative politics since his time at Princeton in the College Conservatives Club, supporting Ronald Reagan’s campaign for president. Yollick has been a Republican precinct chair, state convention delegate, and election judge. He has also practiced law for 30 years. Yollick is dedicated to working for docket efficiency and county finance reform and accountability.

Texans for Courageous Courts issues endorsements after candidates complete a three-step process. First, candidates complete a detailed questionnaire regarding their judicial philosophy, followed by an interview with Texans for Courageous Courts’ staff. The organization then solicits input on the candidates from subscribers and grassroots leaders before making final endorsement decisions. All endorsements are issued in support of a particular candidate based on Texans for Courageous Courts’ principles and mission and should not be construed as criticism of any other candidate or elected official.

Eric Yollick

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