Lubbock County Officers are elected in November of even numbered years for four-year terms.
|County Clerk||Kelly Pinion|
|County Commissioner, Precinct 2||Jason Corley|
|County Commissioner, Precinct 4||Chad Seay||County Judge||Curtis Parrish||County Treasurer||Chris Winn|
|Criminal District Attorney||K. Sunshine Stanek|
|District Clerk||Barbara Sucsy|
|District Judge, 137th Judicial District||John “Trey” McClendon|
|District Judge, 237th Judicial District||Les Hatch|
|District Judge, 364th Judicial District||Billy Eichman|
|Judge, County Court at Law #1||Mark Hocker|
|Judge, County Court at Law #2||Drue Farmer|
|Judge, County Court at Law #3||Ann-Marie Carruth|
|Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1||Jim Hansen|
|Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2||Susan Rowley|
|Justice of the Peace, Precinct 3||Aurora Chaides-Hernandez|
|Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4||Lance Cansino|
|Constable, Precinct 1||Paul Hanna|
|Constable, Precinct 2||Jody Barnes|
|Constable, Precinct 3||Marina Garcia|
|Constable, Precinct 4||Tony Jackson|
|County Commissioner, Precinct 1||Terence Kovar|
|County Commissioner, Precinct 3||Gilbert Flores||County Tax Assessor-Collector||Ronnie Keister|
|District Judge, 72nd Judicial District||Ruben Reyes|
|District Judge, 99th Judicial District||Phillip Hays|
|District Judge, 140th Judicial District||Douglas Freitag|
In order to become the Republican or Democratic Party nominee for a particular county office, you must file an application for a place on the ballot with the county party chair. Applications and petition forms are available from party officials, or they may be downloaded from the Texas Secretary of State. The application, filing fee, and/or petitions must be submitted to the county party chair.
Lubbock County Democratic Party
2809 A 74th Street
Lubbock, TX 79423
Mail: P.O. Box 94035
Lubbock, TX 79493
Lubbock County Republican Party
2642 34th Street
Lubbock, TX 79410
In order to become the Libertarian Party or Green Party nominee for a particular county office, you must file an application for nomination with the county party chair. Applications and petition forms are available from party officials, or they may be downloaded from the Texas Secretary of State. The application, filing fee, and/or petitions must be submitted to the county judge.
Libertarian Party of Texas
You may have your name placed on the general election ballot as an independent candidate if you are not affiliated with a political party. If you vote in a party’s primary elections or participate in a party’s conventions, you thereby affiliate with the party. You must file a Declaration of Intent to Run as an Independent Candidate with the county judge.
After the primary elections (or after the primary runoff election if the office you are seeking is involved in a primary runoff election), you must then collect signatures from registered voters who support your application for a place on the general election ballot. The signers must be registered voters who have not participated in the general primary election or the runoff primary election of a party that has nominated, at either election, a candidate for the office you seek. File the application, along with petition, with the county judge.
Applications and petition forms may be downloaded from the Texas Secretary of State.
To become a write-in candidate in the general election, you must file a Declaration of Write-in Candidacy with the county judge. The declaration must be accompanied by either a filing fee, or a nominating petition signed by the required number of qualified voters. Applications and petition forms may be downloaded from the Texas Secretary of State.
Before becoming a candidate, you are urged to contact the Texas Ethics Commission for information on campaign contribution reports, the appointment of a campaign treasurer, and personal financial statements that you may be required to file. The Commission may be reached at the following address:
Texas Ethics Commission
P.O. Box 12070
Austin, TX 78711-2070
For more information, see Candidate Information.