In the Democratic race for the 339th Criminal District Court in Houston, candidate Te’iva Bell claims that her criminal law experience sets her apart, while opponent Candance White stresses her broad range of experience including work as a municipal court judge.

Bell and White seek the Democratic nomination for the Houston-based criminal court. Whoever wins will face incumbent Judge Jesse McClure, a Republican, in the November election.

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