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The Houston area's courts are going to be a lot more diverse thanks to a group of 17 African-American women. The women, who were part of an effort dubbed the "Black Girl Magic" campaign, all won races on Tuesday to be judges in various Harris County courts in an election that featured more black women on the county's ballot than any other. The "Black Girl Magic" campaign debuted over the summer with a viral photo that featured the 17 women and two other sitting Harris County judges inside a courtroom.
While a record number of women are projected to win House seats in Tuesday's midterm elections, a local judicial race in Houston, Texas brings even more great news: All 19 black women who ran for various judicial seats in Harris County won their races last nightmarking the single biggest victory for black women in the county's history. The victory of the Houston19as the group of women are called, has obvious local impact: Harris County, which encompasses most of Houston, is the third-largest county in the country, and one of the most diverse. Adding 19 women of color to judicial seats builds a bench that's more reflective of the population it serves, which, as with all elected offices, is a good thing. Beyond Houston, the election is reflective of an overall increase in women of color who are not just running, but winning local, state, and national races during the Trump administration.
Also why do folks keep parroting the stats on how many people reportedly move to Austin everyday and not include the facts that balance those ridiculous numbers with how many people actually leave Austin everyday. I agree! Ive been living in Austin for 2 years and im