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Lubbock Republicans release candidate list

Provided by Lubbock County Republican Party

Attached is the list of candidates who have filed for office with the Lubbock County Republican Party for the 2012 Republican Party Primary Election. Filing closed as of 6 p.m. Friday, March 9, 2012.

Drawing for order on the ballot for contested races, from President to the lowest office, will be on Monday, March 12, 2012 at 5:30 p.m. at Evans Middle School, 4211 58th Street.

Candidates Filing with the Lubbock County Republican Party For the 2012 Republican Primary Election

Jay A. McCormick - filed for Constable Precinct 1

Paul Hanna - Constable - filed for Constable Precinct 1, running for re-election

Joe Pinson - Constable - filed for Constable Precinct 2, running for re-election

Ricky Don Wallace - filed for Constable Precinct 3. Open seat.

Carroll Allen Thomas - Constable - filed for Constable Precinct 4, running for re-election

Ronnie Keister - Tax Assessor-Collector, running for re-election.

Bill McCay - Commissioner Precinct 1 ,running for re-election.

Frank Morrison - Commissioner Precinct 1

Ysidro Gutierrez - filed for County Commissioner Precinct 3

Scott Morris - County Court at Law No. 1, Unexpired Term

Mark Hocker - County Court at Law No. 1, Unexpired Term

William C. (Bill) Sowder - Judge 99th District Court, running for re-election

Jim Bob Darnell - Judge 140th District Court, running for re-election

John Frullo - State Representative District 84, running for re-election

Kelly S. Rowe - Sheriff, running for re-election

Carl H. Tepper - filed for Chairman of the Lubbock County Republican Party

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