(Murphy) – Today Andrea Kelly Bouressa announced her campaign for election to the 416th District Court in Collin County.
“It has been an honor to practice law with some of Texas’ most outstanding attorneys over the last seven years. As a Dallas-based litigator, I have experience representing clients in matters ranging from fraudulent transfer law to premises liability, insurance defense, employment disputes, medical product liability defense, and more, in courts across Texas. This broad legal foundation will serve me well on the district court.
“A judge, like any public servant, should hold his office in higher esteem than he holds himself. As Abraham Lincoln said, ‘Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power.’ If elected, I pledge that there will be integrity, impartiality and justice in my courtroom.”
Andrea Kelly Bouressa attended Texas A&M, where she was an Undergraduate Research Fellow and the recipient of the College of Liberal Arts Distinguished Student Award. She completed her Master’s Degree at the University of North Texas and her Juris Doctor at Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, where she was named to the Order of Barristers. She is a former Treasurer of the Texas Aggie Bar Association and recently resigned from her legal practice, including her position as General Counsel to the Collin County Republican Party, to devote her attention to this campaign.
Bouressa is a fourth-generation Texan and a third-generation Aggie. She and her husband live in Murphy and have two daughters.
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Keresa Richardson, Treasurer