jean anne stratton

New Candidates File for JP Office
New Candidates File for JP Office
The extended candidate filing deadline for two Lubbock County Republican Primary races closed Monday evening. The office receiving most of the attention was the Lubbock County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4.  Incumbent Justice Jean Anne Stratton (pictured, left) had originally filed to run for re-election, withdrew, had her withdrawal denied and then approved late last week...
Carl Tepper Discussed the Acceptance of Stratton’s Withdrawal [Audio]
Carl Tepper Discussed the Acceptance of Stratton’s Withdrawal [Audio]
Monday on Lubbock's First News, Carl Tepper, chairman of the Lubbock County Republican Party, discussed the withdrawal of Jean Anne Stratton from the Justice of the Peace office. Tepper described the situation in which Stratton filed for a withdrawal from the Pricinct 4 Justice of the Peace seat, while her daughter, Margaret Anne Brown, filed an application for the position...
Stratton's Withdrawal Invaild
Stratton's Withdrawal Invaild
A mother will run against her daughter for a Lubbock County office in next year's Republican Primary. Early on, during the one month filing period for the 2014 Republican Primary, which ended December 9, 2013, current Lubbock County  Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4 Jean Anne Stratton (pictured, left) filed to run for re-election...