Justice David L. Bridges, a judge on the Fifth District Court
of Appeals for the last twelve years, held a campaign rally at
Castle Douglas in Rockwall on June 2, 2008.
Justice Bridges thanked his supporters for coming out to share pizza provided by Luigi’s restaurant in Rockwall and asked them to remember to vote for him in November. Over 350 people attended the rally, including Congressman Ralph Hall, Texas State Representatives Jodie Laubenberg, Betty Brown, and Bryan Hughes, and Texas State Senator Bob Duell. Congressman Hall, State Senator Duell and the State Representatives all spoke highly of Justice Bridges and encouraged his supporters to help get out the vote.
Justice Bridges, a Rockwall resident, is seeking re-election as a Republican judge on the ballot in November. Justice Bridges and his wife Sandy have lived in Rockwall the past nineteen years and have two daughters Elizabeth and Alex. The Fifth District Court of Appeals serves Rockwall, Hunt, Kaufman, Collin, Grayson, and Dallas counties.
The following friends and neighbors of Justice David Bridges had this to say...
|We’re behind you
all the way!
Bobby & Cathy Apple
|You’ve got our
Al & Lou Jean Beckett
|A good friend to
many. A man of integrity who upholds the truth.
You have been a great conservative judge for years and
will continue to have our support.
|We are so
fortunate to have Judge Bridges – a fair & honest person
ensuring fair & honest judgments for our district.
David. He always looks out for others.
|Judge Bridges has
served our community exceptionally well. His integrity,
intelligence and dedication provide outstanding
Lorie & Jeff Grinnan
judge for Rockwall & the entire Fifth District. Keep
|Strong character &
great leadership shall continue to serve you well.
|Experience in the
courtroom is key to being a great appellate judge.
David Bridges has the experience in the courtroom and on
the beach, and he has my vote.
|A good man; a good
|I think you have
been a great judge, and you are one of the people I most
admire as a person.
|Keep on standing
up for our mutual purposes?