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March 05, 2009

Ted Cruz for Attorney General (of Texas)

My friend and co-clerk (with Chief Justice Rehnquist), Ted Cruz, is running for Attorney General (he served for several years as the state's Solicitor General), as a Republican, in Texas.  Ted is -- no surprise, for a Republican running in Texas -- a conservative, and he and I have not always seen eye-to-eye on policy matters (including capital punishment.  MOJ readers in Texas should know, though, that -- besides being a stalwart friend and a prince among men -- Ted is solid as a rock, and inspiringly passionate, when it comes to school choice and education reform.  In fact, the first conference I ever organized I organized with Ted.  It was a big event, in Ohio, which dealt with the social-justice and religious-freedom aspects of the school-choice issue.  To have such a committed advocate, on such an important matter, in the AG's office, in one of the largest states, would be a very good thing.

Posted by Rick Garnett on March 5, 2009 at 05:53 PM in Garnett, Rick | Permalink

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