Judy Morales

Judy Morales Sworn Into Temple District 2 Office
Former Temple mayor pro tem Judy Morales officially resumed her seat on the city council Thursday, approximately five months after resigning. Morales was reelected as the representative of District 2 with 63% of the vote during a special election on Saturday, July 19.
Judy Morales Wins Temple District 2 Special Election
Temple District 2 residents voted Saturday to reinstate city council member Judy Morales, who resigned from the council in March. Morales received 109 votes out of a total of 173 cast. She will officially resume her place on the council during a special meeting at 3 p.m. Thursday.
Former Mayor Pro Tem Judy Morales Sentenced to Probation
Former Temple mayor pro tem Judy Morales received a sentence of deferred adjudication probation Wednesday after pleading no contest to a charge of destroying or altering public documents. Morales, who resigned from the Temple City Council on Thursday, March 20, must also serve 24 hours of public ser…
Paul on recall effort: Changing tactics, not calling it quits
Mari Paul is suspending her petition effort to recall all members of the Temple City Council. Lack of interest isn't dissuading the cause, but as her 30-day signature-gathering window ticks down, the city and Bell County's continued failure to provide hard numbers on registered voters in single-memb…
Temple Mayor pro tem Faces Removal from Office Hearing
Despite facing a criminal misdemeanor charge, Temple Mayor Pro Tem Judy Morales earlier this week refused to resign her council position. With that, Temple Mayor Danny Dunn and council members Tim Davis, Perry Cloud and Russell Schneider have scheduled a 5 p.m. public hearing Thursday to c…

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