AFTER A SOLD OUT EVENT WITH FORMER TEXAS GOVERNOR RICK PERRY, GINA PARKER FILES FOR PLACE ON PRIMARY
Press Contact: Sara Marie Ridley, 512-785-8678
December 6, 2019
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
AUSTIN, TEXAS –In Arlington last night, beloved Former Governor of Texas, Rick Perry told a packed house just how important it is to elect constitutional conservatives like, Gina Parker. Today in downtown Austin at the Republican Party of Texas headquarters, Gina made it official by filing her application for a place on the Republican Primary ballot across the state of Texas, as well as submitting over 200 pages of Judicial Petition signatures from all across the state.
“We need judges who will not legislate from the bench,” Perry said to the crowd in Arlington. “We need judges who will honor the law as written, and Gina will be that kind of judge.”
Gina’s background includes a long time, wide-ranging legal career. As a public servant she has represented Texas citizens as a prosecutor, City Attorney, Assistant County Attorney and Assistant District Attorney. She served on and chaired the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation overseeing and ruling on over a thousand administrative law case appeals.
“I’m honored to have Former Governor Rick Perry’s support, and activists from all across the state of Texas. I look forward to making him and all my supporters proud to elect me to serve as the Judge of the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 3” Gina responded.
Gina received a BBA in Marketing and Entrepreneurship from Baylor University in 1983 and a Law Degree from Baylor School of Law in 1986.
Gina is married to Dr. Kevin Kallal. She and Kevin serve in numerous community and faith-based leadership positions in both Waco and the DFW area.
More information on Gina including a bio and list of her endorsements are available on her website, www.GinaParkerCampaign.com
Political ad paid for and authorized by Gina Parker Campaign, in compliance with the voluntary limits of the Judicial Campaign Fairness Act, Theresa Kosmoski, Treasurer. Contributions are not tax deductible for federal income tax purposes as charitable contributions.