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Collin County District Attorney Race Heating Up

The race for the next Collin County District Attorney is gaining momentum.  Yesterday, on the courthouse steps, former judge Greg Willis announced he is running for the soon to be vacant spot.


Greg resigned  his former position as County Court Six Judge in order to run for District Attorney.  Greg is a former Collin County prosecutor and also private practice attorney.  More about Greg can be found on his website

His announcement places him in the running with several other candidates who have also publicly announced their intentions to run.


K. Jefferson Bray (Jeff Bray), announced his intentions to run for District Attorney.  Jeff is currently the senior legal advisor for Plano PD, and former Collin and Dallas County prosecutor.   He has a website, detailing his plans for the office.


James "Jimmy" Angelino has also been public about his intentions to run for District Attorney.  Jimmy is a former Dallas police officer, and former Denton prosecutor.  He is currently in private practice.  His campaign website can be found at


J. Eric Reed has also announced he intends to run for District Attorney.  Eric is an attorney in private practice, and former Dallas prosecutor, and former Special Asst. US Attorney.



Rafael de la Garza has also been public about his intentions to become Collin County’s District Attorney.  Rafael is a former Dallas prosecutor current private practice attorney.  He has a website detailing  his  plans for office.

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