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    Sharon M. Burney received top votes in the March 6, 2018 primary election, for Justice of the Peace Democratic Primary Precinct 7, Place 2 seat.

Sharon M. Burney received top votes in the March 6, 2018 primary election, for Justice of the Peace
Democratic Primary Precinct 7, Place 2 seat.

Earning 31.92% of the votes, in a race against three other candidates, places Attorney Burney in a primary runoff election to be held on Tuesday, May 22, 2018.  The general election for the Texas local judges will be held on November 6, 2018.

With 24 years of service with the Houston Independent School District (HISD), 10 years as an attorney and many years of grassroots community outreach, Burney entered this race with a team of community supporters, volunteers, and endorsers.  The Burney campaign team celebrated their achievement in the primary and has begun organizing for the runoff election.

Although her first run for political office, politics, Sharon Burney is not new to. Prior to attending law school, she received a Masters degree in Future Studies from the University of Houston where she concentrated in political diversity. She also hosted a public relations radio show, which covered political topics and issues. A world traveler, Sharon has traveled to numerous nations and participated as a delegate and speaker on future trends and culture.

As an educator at HISD, Burney co-created and administrated the Lighted Schoolhouse, a program for homeless and high risk youth. While there, she also worked as a facilitator with Riverside General Hospital in the drug prevention program. She left HISD to pursue a career in law and is a graduate of Thurgood Marshal School of Law. Upon passing the Texas Bar in 2007, she began private practice.

Attorney Sharon Burney, candidate for Harris County Justice of the Peace, endorsements include Former Mayor Lee P. Brown, Communications Workers Union, Tejano Democrats and the Texas Coalition of Black Democrats, Harris County Chapter.

The last day to register to vote in Texas for the May 22, 2018 primary runoff election is April 23, 2018.  Early voting begins May 14,

 

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