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What to know before voting for Texas Court of Criminal Appeals judges

Texans will vote on three seats for the state’s highest criminal court in November. Here’s what the court does, who is running for office and what issues candidates are running on.

The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals on Jan. 15, 2020.

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Texans will be voting to fill three seats in November

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