Tom Oxford is the Libertarian Party of Texas candidate for Chief Justice of the Texas Supreme Court serving the entire state of Texas. He has long been a proponent of smaller government, but he became formally associated with the Libertarian Party after the passing of the Patriot Act when he “realized that neither the Democratic or Republican party had the courage to defend our rights.”
His primary political focus has been to protect our right to a jury trial which he cites has been eroded consistently over the years. It is this passion that has prompted him to become one of our staple candidates, running for Texas Supreme Court three times and the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals once in addition to his work with the American Civil Liberties Union.
Looking to the future, he hopes that the libertarian principles of self-determination and individual liberty will empower men and women alike to fight those who believe they have authority over the lives of others, so as not to leave an Orwellian future for the generations to come.
Tom Oxford wants to work for you to protect judicial rights, but encourages each person to “take control of your life.” It’s as simple as that.