Potter County Attorney to Seek Re-Election


County Attorney of Potter County Republican Scott Brumley announces he will run for re-election in 2016.

“I’ve been privileged to represent the people of Potter County and the State of Texas as County Attorney since 2005.  It’s a demanding job, but a great one.  I hope to continue working with the dedicated and capable men and women of the County Attorney’s Office in fulfilling the core requirement of prosecutors under Texas law: not to convict, but to see that justice is done,” Brumley said.

The Potter County Attorney’s Office is responsible for prosecution of misdemeanor-level violations of state law, ranging from DWI and family violence cases to traffic offenses, as well as prosecution of all juvenile cases.  Additionally, the County Attorney’s Office  represents Potter County and its officers and employees in civil matters.  The office also represents the Children’s Protective Services in child abuse and neglect cases, Adult Protective Services in abuse or neglect cases involving elderly or disabled persons, the State of Texas in cases under the Mental Health Code and victims of family violence in protective order proceedings.

“The work of the office is crucial, but not often glamorous,” Brumley said.  “It requires accountability, intelligence, adaptability and a willingness to listen.  And it requires a drive to do what’s right, regardless of how popular that may or may not be.”

The Republican Primary Election occurs on March 1, 2016.  Early voting for the primary begins on February 16, 2016.

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