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Mission City Councilman and Attorney, Abiel Flores, resigns,  seeks to be the next Judge of the 464th

Mission, TX – Today, Abiel Flores, announces that he stepped down as Mission city commissioner, Pl. 3 last month to pursue a county-wide position for Judge of the 464th District Court.  Abiel Flores, an attorney and commissioner for the city of Mission, will be running in the Democratic Primary, in March 2024.

Abiel Flores served as Assistant District Attorney for the Hidalgo County Criminal District Attorney’s office. In May 2015, Abiel served as the City Attorney for the City of Mission. In 2018 Abiel returned to the private sector and has practiced law for 18 years. Councilman Flores also served on the City of Mission Planning and Zoning Commission.

Abiel Flores is a Valley Native who grew up in Mission, TX and attended public schools before pursuing his bachelor’s in finance from University of Texas, Austin. In 2005 Abiel received a Doctor of Jurisprudence Degree from the University of Texas School of Law.
Abiel has dedicated himself to the community where he grew up and where he chooses to call home and raise his 3 daughters.  He has successfully executed his current and past roles of service by implementing his knowledge of finance, compliance, and law in every aspect of his life. His passion for fairness and his moral values have been his compass in all of his endeavors.
Abiel currently resides in the city of Mission where he and his wife, Dr. Sylvia Ramirez Flores both have their practices, Law Office of Abiel Flores and Flores Dental Care.   They are the proud parents of Karymeh, Alyssah & Myah.

“I am honored to have the opportunity to serve the citizens of my community.  I have spent my life and career preparing myself for the day when I could run for Judge of Hidalgo County.  All I have ever wanted is to serve the community I call home.  If given the opportunity, I want to bring fairness and transparency to the court but most importantly I want to bring compassion to the 464th District Court.  I want to preside over a court that works harmoniously with attorneys and the community to bring resolve and closure to what is usually a horrible time for most.  I pledge to always listen and make myself available to those who need my time and attention.  Above all, I hope to earn the respect of my colleagues and not ever demand it or take it for granted. I also promise to work hard to gain the support and vote of the citizens of Hidalgo County”.

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