Brad Cummings on Friday said that he would be a candidate for the office of Hopkins County Precinct 2 Justice of the Peace.
“I am proud to announce my candidacy for the Republican nomination to serve as Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2,” Cummings said. “I have 10 years’ experience in the justice system, with five years as a correctional officer for the Texas Department of Criminal Justice and the last five years as a deputy sheriff for the Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office.”
Cummings said that he has also served as public information officer for Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office and is entering his second year as a Teen Court Board member.
For the last four years, he has also served Hopkins County as the Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) officer.
“The office of the justice of the peace will continue to allow me to give back to Hopkins County as a public servant,” he said. “My law enforcement experience combined with my passion for helping others will allow me to proficiently confront the wide variety of issues that the justice of the peace faces.
“I have experience in mediation, problem solving and conflict resolution. I also possess a firsthand working knowledge of the capacity of the office of the justice of the peace from working closely with Judge [Ronny] Glossup and Judge [Yvonne] King for the past five years.”
Brad and his wife, Amy, reside in the Peerless community with their twin daughters, Brailey and Hannah, and their son, Haydn. They are members of First Baptist Church-Sulphur Springs.
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