The two Democratic candidates in the primary runoff for Houston’s Fourteenth Court of Appeals are dueling about their experience—or lack thereof.

In election Q&As for Texas Lawyer, Tamika “Tami” Craft and Cheri Thomas, who both want the vote to become the Place 7 justice candidate, have given arguments about why they’re better than their opponent. Whoever wins will compete against Republican incumbent Justice Ken Wise in November.

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