You may have seen that Travis County District Attorney José Garza is facing a challenge in the Democratic primary, which is the only election that matters here.
Yesterday the Statesman's Serena Lin gave an overview of the race between Garza and challenger Jeremy Sylestine, one of many prosecutors who have resigned during Garza's tenure, essentially argues that Garza has been too soft on crime.
I hope in the coming weeks to talk with Sylvestine to get greater specifics. It's not clear to me, from looking at Sylvestine's website or his comments to the Statesman. I get that he says he'll be tougher on crime –– but how?