I was humbled and honored to have been elected Judge of the 368th District Court in 2014. I have worked hard to confirm that the voters made the right choice and I will continue to do so with your help and support.
I look forward to seeing friends, old and new, during the 2018 campaign.
Williamson County needs judges who are fair and impartial to all—the prosecution and defense in a criminal case or the plaintiff and defendant in a civil case. My job as judge is to act as a moderator between their attorneys; to make sure they follow the law and the rules that apply to every case.
Our citizens need judges qualified by knowledge of the law, and prepared by experience to perform all of the duties of a District Judge. I firmly believe the practice of law requires consistency and full-time commitment as evidenced by my record—3 to 4 days per week—in the courtroom over 29 years as an attorney. More...
Campaign Kickoff, June 29
I'm so grateful to everyone who came out to Schwertner Ranch for my 2018 Campaign Kickoff. Every seat was filled—it was a great evening with friends and I was especially glad to see so many new faces. Many thanks to Jim Schwertner and Sherri Madden for their hospitality, and co-hosts Bill and Joy Sattler, Tim and Kristin Jordan, Dale and Mickie Ross, and Robert and Beverly Chody. I am honored to have their continued support.
I'm looking forward to a busy campaign season and want to express my thanks again to everyone behind my campaign. I really love going to work every day for the people of Williamson County and I couldn't do it without that support and encouragement.
Robert and Beverly Chody • Tim and Kristin Jordan • Dale and Mickie Ross • Bill and Joy Sattler
Jim and Patti Schwertner • Williamson County Deputies Association
Many thanks to hostesses Betty Schleder, Sheila Carter, Barbara Hallmark, Gina Fought, Paula Dennis and JJ Weston for being so generous with their time at the event. You all made it great.
Rick Kennon is the Judge of the 368th District Court after being appointed by Governor Rick Perry, October 7, 2013, to complete the unexpired term of retiring Judge Burt Carnes. More...