Llano resident declares for county judge
September 24, 2013, 6:30 pm by Lance Reaves
A Llano resident has announced her intention to run for county judge in 2014 with the intention of maintaining financial responsibility in the county and addressing the drug issue, among other motivations.
If elected, Mary Cunningham would become the first female county judge in Llano County’s history. However, she downplayed any significance this may have as she pursues this seat.
"I really don’t get the impression that people are too concerned with whether you are a male or female, as long as you’re looking after the money appropriately and trying to do the job they hire you to do,” she said.
Cunningham purchased property in Llano in 2000 and made the move permanently in 2011. She was the associate judge in the 246th District Court in Harris County for five years. Prior to that, she spent many years as a lawyer with a general practice.
For the full story, see Wednesday's Llano County Journal
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