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NONE of the Photographs and/or Videos Featured and/or Comments on any of William “Bill” McLeod’s Websites, Public pages, Facebook pages, Twitter and Instagram accounts and/or any other social media sites posted by the William “Bill” McLeod’s campaign are to be construed as Endorsements made by any Elected Office Holders, Individual Campaigns running for an elected Office of any kind including but not limited to judicial positions and/or any Business and/or any Organizations, profit or non-profit, as an endorsement of William “Bill” McLeod for re-election in 2020, Harris County Civil Court at Law N0. 4 in accordance with the Texas Code of Judicial Conduct Canons.

NONE of the Photographs and/or Videos Featured and/or Comments on any of William “Bill” McLeod’s Websites, Public pages, Facebook pages, Twitter and Instagram accounts and/or any other social media sites posted by the William “Bill” McLeod’s campaign are to be construed as Endorsements for any Elected Office Holders, Individual Campaigns running for an elected Office of any kind including but not limited to judicial positions and/or any Business and/or any Organizations, profit or non-profit, as an endorsement from William “Bill” McLeod for re-election in 2020, Harris County Civil Court at Law N0. 4 in accordance with the Texas Code of Judicial Conduct Canons.

ANY individual and or entity that are giving an endorsement and/or are a supporter of William “Bill” McLeod for re-election in 2020, Harris County Civil Court at Law N0. 4  will be clearly identified, please go to http://www.mcleodforjustice.com under the “Endorsements & Supporters” page for all endorsements and supporters.

Canon 5 (2) A judge or judicial candidate shall not authorize the public use of his or her name endorsing another candidate for any public office, except that either may indicate support of a political party. A judge or judicial candidate may attend political events and express his or her views on political matters in accord with this Canon and Canon 3B(10). More information on the Texas Code of Judicial Conduct can be found at https://www.txcourts.gov

 

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