In Rockwall County the Democratic Party, with the help of Indivisible Rockwall, will offer four Democratic candidates for the first time since 1992.
• Cory Carlyle joins a full Democratic field running for seats on the 5th District Court of Appeals. He is running for Place 11, and does not have a primary opponent. Cory is an accomplished, experienced litigator who has practiced in Washington D.C., Dallas and Rockwall. He and his wife and children are residents of the City of Rockwall.
• Nina Richards is a practicing paralegal with years of experience in community development and management.
She will challenge the winner of the Republican primary for the position of Rockwall County Judge. Nina is ready to bring fresh ideas and integrity to the position.
• Ericka Ledferd immigrated to the United States from Buenos Aires, Argentina, at age 17 and became a naturalized citizen. After attaining numerous advanced education degrees, Ericka has devoted her life to public education.
Ericka and her husband and children are residents of Royse City, where she has taught for the past 11 years. She exemplifies the idea of the American Dream and is committed to serving as County Commissioner in Precinct 4.
• Karan Sproul believes that her 20-plus years in management and community service have prepared her for the position of District Clerk.
Karan and husband David Sproul moved to Rockwall in the early 1980s and later moved to Puerto Rico in the late 80s, When their children’s bilingual school closed they helped found, raise funds and build a new school with other parents in the community.
They returned to Rockwall in the mid 1990s. Both their son and daughter graduated from Rockwall High School.
Democratic candidates can get the job done while bringing back dignity and respect to congress and to our state and county offices.