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July 9th, 2012
Audio: David Glickler versus Bruce Boyer, 22nd District Judge candidates

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The race for district judge doesn’t have the ideological charge of up-ballot contests but both candidates for 22nd State District Judge say the bench they are running to occupy will impact more people, more directly than nearly any other office.

In the July 31 Republican Party runoff, assistant attorney general DAVID GLICKLER, a Buda resident, is running against Comal County attorney BRUCE BOYER, a former New Braunfels mayor. The winner will replace retiring Judge Charles Ramsay in the district court, which hears civil and criminal cases in Hays, Comal and Caldwell counties.

The two spoke Sunday night at a forum hosted by the North Hays County Republican Group in Dripping Springs.

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One thought on “Audio: David Glickler versus Bruce Boyer, 22nd District Judge candidates

  1. the thing to remember is that the 22nd District Court has been held by a Hays County attorney since the early 60s, through the late Terry Jacks, and the retiring Charles Ramsey. If Bruce Boyer is elected three of the four District Court Judges serving Hays County will reside in New Braunfels. This may sound parocial to some, however you need a local judge available for emergency orders. The 22nd District Court needs to stay in the hands of someone who resides in this county. Further, from what I have seen Glicker has far more relevant legal experience than Boyer.

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