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Letter to the Editor: Self-endorsing flap reveals ethics issues for Bays

Letter to the Editor:  Self-endorsing flap reveals ethics issues for Bays

To the editor:

Regarding your article Feb. 27 titled “Patriots PAC allows 410th judge candidates to self-endorse on voter guide,” I am disturbed by the actions of candidate Kristin Bays, who took them up on this. Although she claims she did not pass out any of the PAC voter guides with her name checked, you can bet if she and her campaign took the time to check her name, they most likely handed them out. Otherwise, why bother to check her name?

I know nothing about the Texas Code of Judicial Conduct, but I do know about my personal code of conduct, and I daresay most of the residents of Montgomery County, which would classify this behavior as unethical, dishonest and deceitful. To the voters in Montgomery County, I do not believe this is the type of person we want to sit on the bench in our county. We deserve an elected judge we can trust. As stated in your article, the other candidates Judge Jennifer Robin and Chuck Meyer declined to check their names or hand out the push cards.

Judge Jennifer Robin has a record of sound ethics and judgment to work in the 410th District Court for Montgomery County. She is board certified and has the integrity and highest standard of ethics, as shown over the last five years as a judge.

Judith Love


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