Evan Stubbs announces he will challenge Dan Mills for 424 judge position
September 25, 2013, 2:00 pm by James Walker
Stubbs is a northern Burnet County resident whose law office has been located in Lampasas since 2004.
He previously told Highland Lakes Newspapers in an interview Aug. 29 that he was strongly considering running for the judgeship.
Stubbs was raised in Johnson City. His father, Dr. Clay Stubbs, practiced veterinary medicine in Burnet then for many years in Blanco County.
His mother, Lou Ann Holland, is descended from one of the first families that settled Marble Falls.
"I believe that it is time to give back to the people of this district that helped to raise me and instilled in me a strong sense of right and wrong,” Stubbs said in making the announcement he will challenge Mills.
Mills has been the 424 district judge since the Texas Legislature created the court in 2007.
The 424 judicial district covers Burnet, Blanco, Llano and San Saba counties.
For the complete story, see Friday’s Highlander.
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