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Katy Area Republicans: debate tonight Jan 26


Katy Republicans want this RED!
Jan. 26th debate is for the County Court at Law Position #2.
The candidates are Rick Forlano and Jeff McMeans. It will start at 7:00pm at the Cinco Ranch Public Library.last
For more information, contact:
Kate Diehl, President (832) 643-0378
Katy, TX, 77494
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We have come together to strengthen and preserve conservatism in Katy and keep Texas a Red state
Long time Fort Bend Attorney Frederick P. “Rick” Forlano has announced his candidacy for Judge of County Court-at-Law No. 2.
Rick Forlano has a long history of community involvement, including:
  • Fort Bend County Fair Association, life member
  • Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce, member
  • Meadows CIA, former President
  • Burney Road MUD, President
  • Exchange Club of Sugar Land, member
  • The Wilhelm Schole, a private school, Director
  • Republican National Hispanic Assembly of Fort Bend, Parliamentarian
  • Fort Bend Republican Club, President 2007-2008, 2004-2005 and 2001-2002
  • Fort Bend Seniors, Meals on Wheels - Director
Jeff McMeans; Criminal, Family, Real Estate, Personal Injury; 911 Front Street Street, Richmond, TX 77469; (281) 342-6541; Fax (281) 342-4975; 
    The bench currently is held by McMeans’ father, Judge Walter McMeans. “Dedication to the law and our community are priorities that I strive for, and my extensive background will enable me to make strong, quick and fair decisions involving sensitive juvenile cases, as well as hardened criminals.” McMeans said in a release.

    McMeans is a 1984 graduate of Dulles High School, a 1988 graduate of Texas A&M University and a 1992 graduate of Texas Tech School of Law, his release said. He worked for the Fort Bend County Attorney’s Office, was a former assistant prosecutor for the city of Stafford and was a four-time elected Republican Fort Bend County official for 16 years. He was a Republican Party delegate to the 2002 national convention, is a former director of the Fort Bend Bar Association and Fort Bend County Criminal Bar Association and is a member of the Houston, State of Texas and Aggie bar associations.

    “My unsurpassed trial experience in the areas of law heard by this court and the fact that I have handled over 1,200 more cases than anyone else in this race makes me the most qualified candidate.” McMeans said.

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