Robin Williams said Wednesday she will be a candidate for the Republican nomination for Hopkins County Justice of the Peace Pct. 2 in the March primary elections.
Williams, who is employed at NET Data, worked for retiring Justice of the Peace Ronny Glossup when he first took office and, prior to that, was a clerk for Cletis Millsap when he served as JP.
"On September 17, I made one of the biggest decisions of my life,” she said. “I am very proud and honored to announce my intentions to run for Hopkins County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2, under the Republican Party. This has been a dream of mine for many years and with the announcement of retirement of both justices of the peace, that dream has become reality. In the almost 20 years that Ronny Glossup has been the elected judge for Precinct 2, he has been a true leader of our community. He will leave big shoes to fill.
“With the retirement of both judges, experience and knowledge are key factors for a successful election,” she continued. “For the past 15 years, I have worked with NET Data Corporation's Justice of the Peace support team in a lead position that requires daily contact with JP offices throughout the state of Texas including Hopkins County. I implement, train and guide both judges and clerks who use NET Data's software. I am responsible for legislative changes and am in constant contact with state and local agencies. I am a current member of the Justice of the Peace and Constable Association.”
Robin Williams and her husband Derrick are residents of Sulphur Springs and have two children, Lorie Minyard Martin and Cody Minyard, and four grandchildren, Madison, Trinity, Dobson and Fox.
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