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Harvard Law Grad. Hulings Ran for Swing District U.S. House Race and Lost: What Now Career Wise?

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Hulings' problem is that he came in fourth. If he had fin passportfan303/17/18
He did atrocious. That teacher who had no money came in 2nd bizzybone131303/17/18
More thoughts? bizzybone131303/30/18
eh someone will hire him for something. whiteguyinchina03/30/18
The guy is highly credentialed (school and experience). I'm isthisit03/30/18
bizzybone1313 (Mar 17, 2018 - 8:15 pm)

https://ballotpedia.org/Texas%27_23rd_Congressional_District_election,_2018

I have read it’s hard to get back into law once you quit. Does that apply to HYS graduates too?

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passportfan3 (Mar 17, 2018 - 8:23 pm)

Hulings' problem is that he came in fourth.

If he had finished higher in the primary, then a Dem-friendly law firm would give him an of counsel position to tide him over until he decided what office to run for next.

But, at fourth place, he's outed himself as not a committed lawyer and not a particularly viable candidate.

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bizzybone1313 (Mar 17, 2018 - 8:30 pm)

He did atrocious. That teacher who had no money came in 2nd place. I don’t understand how Hulings did so bad with so much money. So he will have to open up his own Sht Law practice?

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bizzybone1313 (Mar 30, 2018 - 6:05 am)

More thoughts?

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whiteguyinchina (Mar 30, 2018 - 6:31 am)

eh someone will hire him for something.

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isthisit (Mar 30, 2018 - 9:44 am)

The guy is highly credentialed (school and experience). I'm sure he'll get hired somewhere.

He should step back and focus on a local election (mayor, city council, board of ed, etc.). He wasn't viable for some reason so he has to build up a local base in that district if he wants another go at it.

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