We did it!




Wow. We did it. After years of planning and hard work, the voters of JP 2 have given me the opportunity to serve as Justice of the Peace. I would like to thank everyone who contributed to this team victory. From day one, I had one message for our voters and supporters. We need a judge who knows the law, and will treat people fairly. I’ve practiced these concepts as a prosecutor, and I will do the same as your Judge.

This victory was a tremendous team effort, and I would like to thank so many people who rallied together to make this happen.  Our campaign team was unbelievable. My deputy campaign manager, Nathan Armentrout, and every team member was so impressive. I just can’t thank you folks enough for your long hours, rain or shine. You spread our message to thousands of voters at their doors and over the phone. Truly the heart of our campaign.

Thank you to the hundreds of campaign supporters who donated time, money, office space and encouragement. I want to thank our Precinct 2 Constable Adan Ballesteros, Chief Deputy George Morales, and each of the Precinct 2 deputies who gave up weeks of their vacation and free time for our campaign.

I want to send a special thank you to Jan Soifer and the great people at the Travis County Democratic Party for all of their hard work and support.  Also, congrats to our wonderful State Representative, Celia Israel. She and her team did an incredible job and received a well-deserved victory.

Thank you to our Travis County Attorney David Escamilla for allowing me to serve our community for many years as an Assistant Travis County Attorney.

Lastly, I want to thank my family and my wonderful wife Kendall Slagle. She has done an incredible job of holding our family together through a very stressful time. You’re an amazing person Kendall.

Now it’s time to get to work. Let’s make Travis County JP 2 a place where people know they will receive a fair day in court!

Sincerely,

Randall Slagle

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