Hays County officials have released the résumés for five of the seven candidates to fill the unexpired county court at law vacancy of the late Judge Howard Warner, who died on July 18 from cancer.
The commissioners court will meet Thursday at 9 a.m. specifically to discuss the vacated bench and possibly make an interim appointment for the term, which expires with the November 2010 election. The court has expressed a desire to make an appointment before the end of the month.
Hays County Judge Liz Sumter (D-Wimberley) has openly supported former Hays County Democratic Party chair Anna Martinez Boling, a San Marcos attorney. Others who have expressed interest in the position are San Marcos attorney Tacie Zelhart, Hays County Assistant District Attorney David Mendoza, San Marcos attorney James Pape, San Marcos attorney Charles Roach, San Marcos attorney Kyle Maysel and an assistant attorney general for the state, Scott Glicker, who lives in Buda.
Zelhart reportedly has announced her candidacy in the 2010 election, as have Mendoza and San Marcos attorney Robert Hargrove.
The county has made available the résumés for Boling, Maysel, Pape, Roach and Zelhart. County officials said the resumes for Glicker and Mendoza had to be excluded because they are prosecuting attorneys, so personal information had to be redacted.
The available résumés are below.Email | Print