Mills says he's running; touts tough sentencing record
October 19, 2013, 11:00 am by James Walker
In a recent fund-raising letter to Republican voters in the 424th Judicial District, Judge Dan Mills touted his record for being tough on people who are found guilty in his court of committing crimes.
"I’ve made it clear to criminals that if they harm us, there will be consequences and I will run an aggressive and vigorous campaign against my liberal opponent who does not share this philosophy,” Mills wrote in the letter.
Mills, who is seeking reelection to another four-year term as Judge of the 424th district court, is opposed by Evan Stubbs, who announced his candidacy last month.
Mills apparently formally announced his candidacy several days ago but the fund-raising letter was the first indication many had that he decided to run for reelection.
The 424th Judicial District consists of Burnet, Llano, Blanco and San Saba counties.
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