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Texas’ elected Supreme Court: What to know before voting for justices

The nine-member Texas Supreme Court has the power to make sweeping decisions that interpret the meaning of the state’s constitution, impacting the lives of Texans across the state. Three seats are on the ballot this year.

The Texas Supreme Court on Jan. 15, 2020.

Voting FAQ: 2024 Elections

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