Cade Bernsen

“I truly believe we are fighting for the heart and soul of our country,” Jefferson County Democratic Chairman Cade Bernsen said of the passion he has for getting out the vote in the Nov. 8 General Election. “This is a defining moment for the future of America.”

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Judge Larry Thorne, Democratic Party Chairman Cade Bernsen and  Judge Kent Walst

Jefferson County Judge Larry Thorne’s 317th Civil District Court was filled to capacity Friday, June 10, as the Democratic Party welcomed new chairman Cade Bernsen with the oath of office. A time of celebration and congratulations, the event was not without an underscored purpose – to bring together a party that recently completed primary races that, by their very nature, can divide a unified force.

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Cade Bernsen with wife Merideth

What’s missing at the polls during most elections, local attorney Cade Bernsen argues, is the most critical piece of our democratic process – voters.

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Tanya Wilson

Rather than take any chances having a whistleblower case heard before a jury, city-appointed Housing Authority City of Orange (HACO) commissioners approved an agreement on Tuesday, April 21, that will award ex-executive director Tanya Wilson $500,000 in damages for wrongful termination.

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UPDATE: Mayor Prince says she will make no immediate changes on the board.

After a damning federal audit from HUD and with a court battle looming over the termination of former employee Joe Guillory, the Port Arthur Housing Authority (PAHA) moved to executive session away from reporters and out of the public eye Monday, Oct. 22.

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