Judge Ann-Marie Carruth shows up for the 22nd Republican primary

Judge Ann-Marie Carruth of Lubbock, Texas, officially filed for next year’s Republican primary on Tuesday for the remainder of the unexpired term of the 72nd District Court, which covers Lubbock and Crosby counties.

Judge Carruth was appointed last January by Governor Greg Abbott to fill the vacancy at the 72nd District Court following the death of Judge Ruben Reyes. His current term at the Court expires on December 31, 2022.

Justice Carruth began her judicial career in the middle of the last decade. She was first elected Lubbock County Justice of the Peace, Ward 4 in 2014. Four years later, she again won the Republican primary for Lubbock County Justice of the Peace, PCT. 4.

However, in the months between the 2018 primary election and the 2018 general election, Carruth was appointed by the Lubbock County Republican Party executive committee to replace the late David Nelson on the general election ballot for the court. County of Lubbock under Law No.3.

Judge Carruth won the 2018 general election for Lubbock County Court by Law # 3. Finally, just over two years after succeeding Lubbock County Court by Law # 3, the January 11, 2021, Governor Greg Abbott appointed Judge Carruth to fill the vacant post for the 72nd District Court.

Carruth’s education includes earning a Bachelor of Arts in Agriculture from Texas Tech University and a JD from Texas Tech University School of Law. In January of this year, Carruth was also pursuing a master’s degree in forensic studies at the University of Nevada, Reno.

Carruth has yet to make any public remarks regarding his candidacy for the 2022 Republican primary.

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