Welcome and thank you for visiting the campaign website for my re-election as Justice of the Peace ("JP").
With your support and encouragement, I am excited to announce that I will be seeking re-election.
I am the most qualified and experienced candidate because of my successful and consistent job performance over the last three years as Justice of the Peace #3 in Burnet County, Texas.
In July 2017 I announced my candidacy for Justice of the Peace Precinct #3 in Burnet County, Texas. In May 2018 I successfully won the primary runoff election, and on November 6, 2018 I was elected as Justice of the Peace Precinct 3 of Burnet County, Texas. January 1, 2019 I took the oath of office given by Judge Peggy Simon, my predecessor.
When I was elected (three times) to serve the City of Marble Falls on the City Council, I took the oath to uphold the Constitution and laws of the United States and this great State of Texas with a earnest sense of responsibility. I have continued with that grave sense of accountability.
It is my desire to continue to serve the people of Burnet County and the great State of Texas as Justice of the Peace. With your help, I can continue to serve you, the people of our community, with impartiality and integrity in court.
As this website continues to grow, check back to stay in touch and learn more about me, my re-election campaign and the events surrounding it.
Republican Primary Runoff
Although Jane Marie HURST has ‘bragging’ rights for receiving the most votes, because no Candidate for Burnet County JP#3 received a majority (over 50%) of the votes cast in the March 6, 2018 Republican Primary, a runoff election will now take place between the two candidates who received the most votes.
Primary Runoff early voting is May 14 thru 18, 2018 held at the Burnet County Courthouse in Burnet and the Courthouse Annex in Marble Falls.
Primary Runoff Election Day is May 22, 2018. The voting polls for Burnet County Precinct #3 will be:
- at the Library in Bertram, TX for voting precincts 10 & 12; and,
- at the Church of Christ in Marble Falls, TX for voting precincts 6 & 20.
Click here for more Burnet County election information.
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Burnet Co. Republican Party chili cook-off
Feb. 10, 2017
Good attendance and participation at the Burnet County Republican Club Chili Cook-Off. I appreciate the support provided by many.
Six file to run in March GOP primary
Six people, including three incumbents, have officially filed to run for office in Burnet County in the March 6, 2018, Republic primary.
Among those who have filed to run with Republican Chairman Donna Holland Wilcox are incumbent County Judge James Oakley; incumbent Precinct 4 County Commissioner Joe Don Dockery and incumbent Precinct 2 Justice of the Peace Lisa Whitehead.
Two individuals, Tom Stephens and Ryan Rowney, have filed to run for Precinct 2 County Commissioner, while Jane Marie Hurst has filed to run for Precinct 3 Justice of the Peace.
Saturday was the first day candidates could file to run for offices on the ballot for March 6. The filing deadline for major party candidates — and the filing deadline for independent candidates to declare their intent to run — is Monday, Dec. 11, at 6 p.m., according to the office of Texas Secretary of State Rolando Pablos.
Other offices which will be up for election next year include 424th Judicial District Judge; Burnet County Court at Law Judge; District Clerk; and County Clerk.
The Highland newspaper, Tuesday, July 25, 2017