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Sunday, February 16, 2014

Lubbock Liberty Workshop With 2014 Lubbock County Republican Justice Of The Peace Candidates, Precinct 4

The Lubbock Liberty workshop for January 2014 features four of the five Lubbock County Republican Primary Election Candidates for Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4: Ann-Marie Carruth, Brenda Willis, Gary Vaughn, and Margaret Anne Brown.

Debra Burton could not attend due to work.

We hope to inspire discussion and clarification on the role Justice of the Peace plays in protecting our personal liberties. Given the current significant interest in the race for Justice of the Peace Precinct 4, we are thankful for the opportunity to hear more from each candidate and their own perceptions of the purpose for this elected county position.

“Justice Of The Peace”

Saturday, January 25th, 2014
Mahon Public Library
In the Community Meeting Room
2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
1306 9th Street
Lubbock, TX 79401

Ann-Marie Carruth
A native West Texan who grew up in Lamesa. She obtained an Agricultural Communications degree at Texas Tech University before attending Texas Tech University School of Law earning a Doctorate of Jurisprudence, 2006. State Bar of Texas, Licensed to Practice law in Texas in 2007. In 2009, the doors opened to Saleh Law, PLLC, where she practices law with her father, Judge Sam Saleh.

Brenda Willis
Willis was selected as the Precinct 4 Constable recently, but had to resign from the position to run in the 2014 race for JP. Prior to working as Constable, she worked in law enforcement for 28 years, including the jail division, warrants, and the court division. She has a Bachelor degree in law enforcement from Wayland Baptist University.

Gary Vaughn
Gary retired as a Lieutenant after 23 years with the Lubbock Fire Department (now Lubbock Fire Rescue), where he worked as a fireman and a paramedic.  He served eight years with Lubbock EMS and 18 years with Shallowater EMS (as Director for 12 years). Gary also served as City Councilman for Shallowater for six years and is also the chairperson for the South Plains Committee for Firearm Education and Child Safety.

Margaret Anne Brown
Brown is a Lubbock native. She has experience in human resources, data entry, corporate sales, and business management. She is a ten-year member of the Lion’s Club and has worked with the Republican Party of Lubbock.

Debra Burton
Debra is a long time West Texas resident.  She worked her way through the ranks of the Lubbock County Sheriff's Office from Deputy to Captain. In the 20 years she was with Lubbock County she has worked at one time or another in every division of the Sheriff's Office. Debra retired from Lubbock County in 2009 and took a position as Jail Administrator for a local county that was experiencing administrative changes. In 2010 Debra was back working for the Lubbock County Sheriff's Office as a deputy at the new Detention Center

Amanda Smith, Mallory Miller, Brian Thornton


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