Dan Gilliam announces Judge reelection plans for Victoria County Court at Law no. 2
"I’m very proud of the work we've done and I want to continue that work as well," says Gilliam
VICTORIA, Texas – An announcement says Daniel Gilliam is seeking the Republican nomination for Judge of County Court at Law no. 2. So far, he has 11 years of experience in this position. Gillam has served multiple roles in the county for 35 years. After this reelection campaign, he’s anticipating another office term.
Judge Gillam is a Victoria native and hopes to continue serving Victoria County. In press release, he goes into detail about his time as a practicing attorney and overall law career. Having the opportunity to preside over more than 100 jury trials, Governor Rick Perry appointed Gilliam to the Board of Texas School Safety Center. Consequently, Later on, Governor Greg Abbott reappointed him as chair on this board.
Judge Gillam loves the Victoria community
“I’m very proud and honored to have served as the judge of this court for almost 11 years, it’ll be 11 years at the end of this year,” he said. “I just loved this community, I grew up here and raised my kids here and I’m very proud of the work we’ve done and I want to continue that work as well.”
Gillam graduated from South Texas College of Law in Houston in 1986. Throughout the years, he’s helped improve children’s safety in Texas. Especially the children who end up in the juvenile criminal justice system. If re-elected, he plans to continue a current DWI program in Victoria. In addition, Gilliam is an active participant in the Gulf Bend Community Mental Health Collaborative Group.
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