Ed Hubbard

Ed Hubbard

Ed Hubbard has been a contributor to Big Jolly Politics since 2010. He is an attorney in Harris County, who practices complex litigation and appellate law with the firm of Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP. Ed has been active in civic and political affairs in the Houston area since he came here after graduating from law school at SMU in 1983. He has served as a member and/or officer of several local organizations, including the boards of St. Paul’s Methodist Church and its Foundation; St. Thomas the Apostle Episcopal School in Nassau Bay; the Institute of Hispanic Culture of Houston; the Clear Lake Area Republicans; the Greater Houston Pachyderm Club; Raging Elephants.Org; United Republicans of Harris County, and the Executive Committee of the “C” Club of Houston. Ed was the Republican nominee for a seat on the First Court of Appeals in Houston in 2008, a candidate for the Chair of the Harris County Republican Party in 2010, and Legal Counsel for the Harris County Republican Party. Currently, Ed is a member of the “C” Club of Houston and the Immediate Past President of the Greater Houston Pachyderm Club, and is working with contributors to BJP and others on the development of a new civic project known as “Renewing the American Neighborhood.”

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