Elect Kim Redman for
Wise County Justice of the Peace
Precinct 2

Kim Redman

Experienced *** Fair *** Impartial

Letter to You
Qualifcations

My name is Kim Redman, and I am a Republican Candidate for Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2. The March 2018 primary resulted in a runoff. Early voting for the runoff is May 14-18, 2018, and the runoff election for the Republican Party will be held on May 22, 2018.

Wise County, Precinct 2 has been my home for my entire life. I have been married to my husband, Terry Redman, for 31 years, and we have raised our three children in Wise County, Precinct 2. We were all graduates of Alvord ISD.

Since February 2010, I have been a court clerk for the Honorable Judge Clay Poynor in Precinct 4. Beginning in August 2016, I became the Chief Clerk for the JP4 office. During my time there, I have completed 174 hours of continued Justice of the Peace Court Clerk training and also passed the exam in February 2011 to become a Certified Level 1 Court Clerk. Before working for Judge Poynor, I was employed by American Airlines for 22 years. Twelve of the 22 years with American Airlines were spent in customer service jobs. The jobs consisted of being a Service Representative for the AAdvantage Program Department, a Gate Agent at DFW Airport, and a Ticket Counter Agent at DFW Airport.

For the past 20 plus years, I have participated and been responsible for many different activities at Alvord ISD. From 2004 to 2017, I was an active member of the Alvord Booster Club. For several years, I was responsible for coordinating the Alvord Homecoming parade, and during football season, I was responsible for coordinating many team dinners and breakfasts.

My family and I are active members of the First Baptist Church in Alvord. I have served on numerous committees throughout the years and am currently serving on the Mercy Committee.

I believe that I have a well-rounded knowledge of the way that the Justice of the Peace Court System works on a daily basis, and would be an asset to the Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2. My entire life, I have conducted myself with honesty and integrity and will continue to do so if elected as Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2.


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Wise County Texas

I am asking Wise County Voters for their support in my bid for election. I have not and will not take this position for granted. The Precinct 2 voters and all Wise County residents can rest assure that I am dedicated to efficiency and accountability in public office. I will dedicate myself to the duties of the job, hold staff accountable equally, work hard, keep a low budget and honor those men and women who have died for the right for me to run for office.

       

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Vote RedmanContact Information

US Mail:

Kim Redman Campaign
412 Private Road 2693
Alvord, Texas 76225

EMail: kimr22@hotmail.com

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Where is Justice of the Peace Precinct #2

Precinct #2 Map

 

What is a Justice of the Peace in Texas

Justices of the peace handle both civil and criminal cases, including small claims court, justice court, and administrative hearings. In practical terms, these are lawsuits over debts, evictions, car accidents, unlawful towing, and property.

Their criminal workload involves disposing of all class C criminal misdemeanor complaints, such as traffic citations, issuance of bad check, and others. These cases involve payment, setting contested cases for trial, and pretrial hearings with the county prosecutor.

Other duties include presiding over peace bond hearings, reviewing applications for mental health or chemically dependent commitments, conducting compulsory school attendance trials, giving warnings to juveniles required by law. They issue warrants for and conduct hearings concerning seizure and disposition of cruelly treated animals. Most JP's perform marriage ceremonies as well.

A more detailed description of a Justice of the Peace is here.

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