Endorse Renee

Show your support by endorsing Renee Magee for Judge of the 184th District Court!


Congressman Ted Poe

Texas 2nd District
U.S. House of Representatives

"Renee Magee has been a devoted public servant and proven leader for the past 25 years in Harris County. She has sought justice as a prosecutor and upheld the rule of law for the benefit of all Texans as a criminal court judge. It is clear to see that the attributes which took her to the Olympics in swimming will make her the right choice for your next Judge of the 184th Criminal District Court." 

 

Steven F. Hotze, M.D.

CEO, Conservative Republicans of Texas
Publisher, CRTXNEWS

"Renee Magee's record of performance in the courtroom and on the ballot is superb  She has consistently demonstrated conservative principles and maintained her engagement in Republican party politics, even in the 'off season,' earning the trust and credibility of conservative leaders across Harris County. Renee is a tireless campaigner who will fight to win. We need our best conservatives out there fighting to win and that is why I am endorsing Renee Magee for Judge of the 184th Criminal District Court in 2018."

 

Gary Polland

Editor-in-chief, Texas Conservative Review

"I am proud to endorse Renee Magee for Judge of the 184th Criminal District Court in the upcoming 2018 election. In addition to her other accomplishments, Renee Magee is an Olympian. She brings an Olympian's standard to her work over the last 25 years, both as an assistant district attorney and as Judge of the 337th Criminal District Court. Magee's career exudes leadership and strong ballot performance. We need Renee Magee leading our ballot this year and making our criminal courts experienced, hard working and smarter. Please join me in supporting Renee Magee for Judge of the 184th Criminal District Court in our Republican primary."

 

Terry Lowry

Editor, The Link Letter
Host, "What's Up" Radio Program

"Renee Magee is one of the very few of whom you can say has unmatched credentials for the 184th Criminal District Court. Renee Magee had a long tenure at the District Attorney's office prior to her election as judge in 2012 and was respected on the bench. Renee's commitment to conservative principles is beyond reproach. Personally, Renee is deeply committed to her family and it is reflected in their commitment to her political endeavors. I am glad to endorse Renee Magee for the Judge of the 184th Criminal District Court and we be working hard to see her back on the bench."


2016 General Election Endorsements

Winner of Houston Bar Poll (65% Magee to 35% opponent)

Association of Women Attorneys

Houston Lawyers Association

Mexican American Bar Association

Houston Chronicle

Harris County Deputy Organization

Houston Metro Police Union 

Houston Police Officers Union

HRBC – Houston Realty Business Coalition

C-Club of Houston

Houston Area COGIC – Church of God in Christ PAC

Independent Electrical Contractors Association

Pat Hallisey – Mayor of League City

Woody Densen – Retired Judge

James Stafford

Wendy Baker

Ben Plant

Kim Parks

Bonnie Russell

Kaylynn Williford


2012 primary endorsements

Edith Gibson, Precinct 548 Chair, President Cherry Tree Republican PAC

Cheryl Austin, San Jacinto Republican Women

Betty Collins, Member, Cy-Fair Republican Women

Jan Ott, Past President Texas Federation of Republican Women

Bob Shults, Precinct Chair, Past President Greater Houston Pachyderm Club, Precinct 258
Chair

Becky Flowers, HCRP Pct. Chr, 0771, SD-7; Child advocates,Inc, Child Advocate; U.S. Civil Air Patrol TX-447, 1st Lieutenant.

Rick Gonzales, Harris County defense attorney

Don Large, former Harris County Precinct Chair

Alvin Walker, Precinct Chair & Editor of Harris County Conservative Politics

Clyde Lemon, Past Trustee District IX HISD

Randy Kubosh, Precinct 2 Chair

Mike Monks, Precinct 175 Chair

Ann Pati, Precinct 218 Chair

Ann Lee, Precinct 315 Chair

Elizabeth Perez, Precinct 329 Chair

Stuart Mayper, Precinct 492 Chair

Joe B. Pennington, Precinct 495 Chair

Claud Roundtree, Precinct 543 Chair

Vergel Cruz, Precinct 578 Chair

Pat Monks, Precinct 718 Chair

Joseph McReynolds, Precinct 739 Chair

Larry Youngblood, Precinct 823 Chair

Rhonda Omberg, Precinct 839 Chair, Katy Tea Party

Jose Luis Ablaza, Precinct 850 Chair

Alan Curry

Devon Anderson

Dorothy Olmos

Jerome Godnich

Kaylynn Williford

Lindsay Siriko

Marie Primm

Mia Magness

Murray Newman

Paul Doyle

Virginia Almanza-Cerda

Terry Lowry & The Link Letter

Dr. Steven Hotze & Conservative Republicans of Harris County PAC

State Senator Joan Huffman, SD 17

State Representative Dan Huberty, District 127

State Senator Dan Patrick

Katy Christian Magazine

Harris County Deputies Organization

Conservative Coalition of Harris County

C Club

Kingwood Tea Party

The Houston Chronicle

Mexican-American Bar Association of Houston

United Republicans of Harris County PAC

Houston Bar Association (Most Qualified) 

Association of Women Attorneys

Harris County Courtroom Observer

Houston Police Officers' Union PAC

Police Inc

Paul Bettencourt, Former Harris County Tax-Assessor Collector

Mike Kubosh, Former Harris County Republican Party Finance Committee Chairman

Josh Flynn, Harris County Republican Party Treasurer,

State Republican Executive Committee, SD 15, Precinct 330 Chair

Clint Moore, State Republican Executive Committee, SD7

Valoree Swanson, State Republican Executive Committee, SD7, Precinct 552 Chair

Larry Bush, State Republican Executive Committee, Former SD7 Chair

Rex Teter, State Republican Executive Committee, SD6, Precinct 302 Chair

Bonnie Lugo, State Republican Executive Committee, SD13, Precinct 223 Chair

David Riddle, SD7 Chair

Marvin Clede, SD17 Chair

Norma Jeter, Republican Activist

Elvie Kingston, Precinct 648 Chair, Past President

Texas Tea Party Republican Women

Spring Branch Republicans

Latinos Ready to Vote

Texas Conservative View PAC

Harris County Conservative Politics

Big Jolly Politics