I am Mark Morefield, candidate for Judge of the 75th District Court.
I wish we could effectively separate party politics from the judicial section process.
I don’t think you should vote for a judicial candidate because he or she is a Democrat or Republican. Your vote should be based on the qualifications and integrity of the candidate.
I was raised in a small town in New Mexico; however, I got to Texas as soon as I could. My college education was interrupted in 1968 when I entered the US Army. 13 months of my duty was in South Vietnam at which time I was twice decorated for my service.
Upon my return from South Vietnam, and after a period of recuperation, I resumed my education.
With the help of the GI Bill and night work, I graduated from New Mexico State University, with honors, in 1975.
I was broke, but my heart and mind were set on a law degree. I worked construction and saved every dime I could.
I was able to enter South Texas College of Law in 1977.
Once again, I worked my way through Law School and graduated Cum Laude. During Law School, I received many academic awards, including the Dean’s Honor List every year.
I started my legal career in Liberty in 1980 with the Price Daniel, Jr. Law Firm. After the death of Price Daniel, Jr., I assumed most of his clients and continued to practice law from that office.
In 1987, I opened my own office at 312 Main Street in Liberty.
During the past 30 years I have tried hundreds of criminal, civil and family law cases in Liberty, surrounding counties and throughout the State of Texas.
I have also successfully argued numerous cases before the Courts of Appeal, including the Supreme Court of Texas.
The mid-term elections, in November, provide you and me, as voters, an opportunity to make a statement in support of conservative principles.
Personally, I strongly believe we must restore a conservative approach to the affairs of government, starting in Liberty County.
If you agree with me, I am your conservative choice and I welcome your support and your vote.