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PRESS RELEASE: Lubbock County Republican Party Announce Party Applicants

The Lubbock County Republican Party applications received this week, pending approval, for a place on the March 1, 2022 Primary ballot.

The applicants are listed below in the order in which they were received:

Texas State Representative, District 84: Kade Wilcox Texas State Representative, District 84: Cheryl Little Texas State Representative, District 84: David Glasheen 237th District Court: Les Hatch County Court at Law No. 1: Mark Hocker County Court at Law No. 2: Tom Brummett County Court at Law No. 3: Ben Webb Lubbock County Criminal District Attorney: K. Sunshine Stanek Lubbock County Clerk: Kelly J. Pinion Lubbock County District Clerk: Sara Smith Lubbock County Commissioner Precinct 2: Jason Corley Lubbock County Commissioner Precinct 4: Chad W. Seay Lubbock County Justice of the Peace Precinct 4: Lance Cansino Precinct Chairs: Precinct 2: Patrick Kelly Precinct 5: Dora T. Cortez Precinct 15: Kay Harris Precinct 18: Dwight Finckbone Precinct 21: Gordon T. Lee Precinct 22: Jane Elizabeth Anderson Precinct 27: Gus Khan Precinct 28: Deanne Clark Precinct 29: Anah Menjares Precinct 33: Tricia Hays Precinct 47: Mikel Ward Precinct 66: Skeet Workman Precinct 66: Ricky Wilks Precinct 75: Jan Powell Precinct 104: Melissa Chamales Precinct 123: Mary Ann Bridges Precinct 128: Steve Evans Precinct 140: Betsy Bloechl Precinct 155: Lynda Hogue Previous filers are: Lubbock County Judge – Curtis Parrish Texas State Representative, District 84 – Carl Tepper County Court at Law No. 3 – Ben Webb Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1 – Jim Hansen Lubbock County Treasurer – Chris Winn 137th District Court – John “Trey” McClendon

Republican Headquarters will be open for two hours per day, six days per week: 11a-1p MWF, 4-6p TTH, and 12-2p Saturdays. We also take requests for appointments. It will be closed November 24th, 25th, and 26th for the Thanksgiving holiday. Blank applications are available at headquarters. Some offices will require filing fees or a petition in lieu of filing fees that will be due at the time of turning in the application. That information is available at

The filing deadline for all applicants other than Republican Party Precinct Chairs will be December 13th at 6 p.m. No applications will be received after that time. LCRP has been advised that the Secretary of State has modified the filing deadlines for precinct chairs. The normal filing period for precinct chairs ends on December 1, 2021 instead of December 13th.

A second filing period will be set for precinct chairs sometime after that point but is expected before the end of December due to redistricting changes in some areas. LCRP Headquarters is located at 2642 34th Street in Liberty Plaza.

For more information, please contact or call 806-797-3197.

Thank you,

Cole Shooter Chairman,

Lubbock County Republican Party


Posted courtesy of Latino Lubbock Magazine Digital Media Read the November Issue of Latino Lubbock Magazine online at Please visit for a centralized list of COVID-19 resources. For advertising call (806)792-1212


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