912 Action PAC Endorses Chuck Vanover

We are pleased to announce you been endorsed by the TARRANT COUNTY 912 ACTION PAC – This endorsement is based solely on your qualifications to serve the citizens of our State and County – Congratulations and best wishes on March 4th.

David Lambertsen
Treasure of the Tarrant County
912 Action PAC

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Vietnamese-American Political Action Committee Endorses Vanover

February 19, 2014
Mr. Chuck Vanover

Dear Mr. Vanover,

The Vietnamese-American Political Action Committee (VA-PAC) has decided to endorse a number of candidates for the March 4, 2014 Primary Election and we are pleased to inform you that we are endorsing you for Judge of Tarrant County Criminal Court 8. We believe that your views on a number of areas including economy, education, and social values are very similar to ours and therefore, we want you to be successful in this election.

To assist you in this effort, VA-PAC …

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Tarrant County Bar Association 2014 Judicial Candidate Qualification Poll

The Tarrant County Bar Association 2014 Candidate Qualification Poll results came out on February 10, 2014 and I am proud to say that I received the highest percentage of the “Well Qualified” rating of any candidate in the race for Tarrant County Criminal Court 8. I am very honored to have the respect of the other attorneys in the Tarrant County Bar Association.

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Boiling Point Tea Party PAC Endorses Vanover for Judge

We are excited to announce another endorsement! This one is from the Boiling Point Tea Party PAC in Keller.


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Tarrant Republican Club Endorses Chuck Vanover for Judge

We are very excited to be on the Tarrant Republican Club PAC 2014 Primary Endorsement list!

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Texas Home School Coalition Endorses Vanover For Judge

We are proud to be included in the Texas Home School Coaltion endorsement list.


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Esteban Blanco Endorses Chuck Vanover

It is with great pleasure as I join many others to endorse Mr. Chuck Vanover for the position of Judge in the Tarrant County Criminal Court 8. Without a doubt, Chuck is the most qualified candidate to hold this honorable office. As a sworn law enforcement officer for eleven years, SWAT team member, and over ten years of prosecutorial experience, Chuck has seen first-hand how the criminal justice system works and furthermore, he has excellent ideas on how to improve processes and procedures. In all …

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Chuck Vanover Wins Tarrant County Conservative Candidate Fair 2014 Straw Poll and Tarrant County Republican Assembly Endorsement

We are excited to announce that Chuck was the winner of the 2014 Conservative Candidate Fair Straw Poll to be Judge of Tarrant County Criminal Court 8.  Here are the straw poll results of Chuck’s race and all the others.  http://www.candidatefair.com

Chuck also received an endorsement from the Tarrant County Republican Assembly.  There were only 5 contested races to receive an endorsement from the TCRA.  A candidate had to get over 66% of the votes to win the endorsement, which is hard …

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Tarrant County Law Enforcement Association Endorses Chuck Vanover

Political Action Committee

904 Collier Street

Fort Worth, Texas 76102

January 5, 2014

Candidate Chuck Vanover:

Subject:  Letter of Endorsement

On behalf of the members of the Tarrant County Law Enforcement Association (TCLEA), I am pleased to inform you that the TCLEA proudly endorses your candidacy for Judge of the Tarrant County Criminal Court #8.

Your long time commitment to the service of others as a police officer, prosecutor and a member of the Texas State Guard JAG, along with so many other accomplishments, makes you the clear …

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36 Year Tarrant County Law Enforcement Officer Endorses Chuck Vanover


I am a 6th generation resident of North East Tarrant County and have known Charles (Chuck) Vanover for over 25 years.  He has been a life long resident of North East Tarrant County and graduated from Grapevine High School.  He is very honest, personable and professional.  When he graduated from college he worked for the Tarrant County Sheriff’s Department and latter for the Dallas/Ft Worth International Airport, Department of Public Safety as a police officer, fire fighter and …

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