AUSTIN—Texans for Lawsuit Reform PAC (TLRPAC) today endorsed Michelle Fraga of Houston in the Republican primary runoff for 295th District Court in Harris County. The runoff is May 22. Early voting is May 14 through May 18.
“Each election cycle, TLRPAC supports judicial candidates who understand the importance of a fair, efficient and honest legal system to Texas families and businesses,” TLR Senior General Counsel Hugh Rice Kelly said. “Michelle Fraga understands the importance of impartial judges who apply the laws as written. We believe she will lead the 295th court with competence and integrity and recommend her as the best choice in this race.”
Fraga is a native Houstonian and began her career at the Harris County Attorney’s Office. She served as special of counsel to the Harris County Sheriff. Her practice currently focuses on complex civil litigation including family law, probate, employment and civil rights cases. Fraga is a volunteer for the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Sheltering Arms and AIDS Foundation Houston. She is a member of the Junior League of Houston, a board member of the Harriet and Joe Foster YMCA and an advisory board member of Catholic Charities. She is also a member of the Houston, Mexican-American and Hispanic Bar associations. Fraga received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Houston and a law degree from South Texas College of Law.
TLRPAC is the political arm of Texans for Lawsuit Reform (TLR), the largest civil justice reform organization in Texas. TLR is a bipartisan, volunteer-led coalition with 16,300 supporters residing in more than 900 Texas communities and representing 1,255 different businesses, professions and trades. For more information about TLRPAC, please visit www.tlrpac.com.