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JECA WILLIAMS WINS DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR TARRANT COUNTY JUSTICE OF THE PEACE PRECINCT 2

Experienced Mediator and Community Activist Brings Passion For Helping Community Into November Election




Arlington, TX - Democrats in Tarrant County have finished voting in the March Primary Election and have given their strong support for Jeca Williams for Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2.


“I am humbled to have received so much support by my neighbors in Precinct 2 for my campaign. The Justice of the Peace is an important position in our communities. I understand how important it is to have someone as Justice of the Peace that will uphold our community values and work to create an inclusive and equitable court” said Williams.


The Tarrant County Justice of the Peace districts were redrawn in a hasty last minute move by the Republican majority on the Tarrant County Commissioner Court. The newly drawn districts continue to attempt to deny the diverse communities that makeup Tarrant County fair representation and ignore the significant population growth captured by the 2020 Census.


“The Justice of the Peace must be someone who understands the community they serve and how to ensure that the court is accessible for all. Issues such as student truancy, solving conflicts between landlords and tenants, and other small claim lawsuits touch people all over our community. Having a JP that will ensure that everyone in Precinct 2 understands their legal rights and that they are able to access the court’s services when they are able to is crucial to both creating justice and maintaining peace. I look forward to engaging my neighbors and earning their votes over the next few months” concluded Williams.


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About Jeca Williams


Jeca was born and raised in Texas. She is a mother, grandmother, certified mediator, small business owner, and teacher. She is a graduate of University of North Texas and has her Bachelor of Arts and Applied Sciences degree in Alternative Dispute Resolution and Sociology. She earned her Masters of Arts in Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation from Abilene Christian University. In 2014 she opened her own medication practice and she has helped over 100 parties resolve disputes across DFW and the state of Texas. Jeca also teaches classes for the University of North Texas and serves as an ESL instructor for a local school district. She is a mother of # children and has 3 grandchildren.


Jeca’s campaign website is www.Jeca4Judge.com. You can follow her on social media at the following:


Facebook @Jeca4Judge


Twitter @jeca4judge


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