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Former school board member Bryant announces for Pct. 5 JP

Submitted report by Candidate

Sandra Bryant

Sandra Bryant is excited to announce her candidacy for the office of Hays County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 5.

A former two-term Hays CISD School Board Trustee, Bryant believes this is the right moment to enter politics again — but, as a peacemaker and not just as a politician.

Bryant is committed to serving our community. She served two terms on the Hays CISD School Board of Trustees. She believes that our children are our future, and she has continued to work for them in many organizations including serving on numerous PTAs and now as president of the Hays CISD Council of PTAs. Being involved in our community has always been important to Sandra and she has served on the Board of Hays Caldwell Women’s Center, and numerous organizations such as the Buda Lions Club, Buda Police Foundation, Summer Pointe HOA and Keeping Communities Connected.

Bryant believes that a justice of the peace must be fair to all parties. Her educational background in both law enforcement and a master’s degree in counseling provide her with the necessary foundation to apply sound judgement in making the decisions that will affect people’s lives. Bryant would be a justice of the peace who listens carefully to people’s concerns and gives deliberate consideration to everyone.

Bryant understands that the office of justice of the peace is not simply about wearing a black robe and sitting on the bench, handing down decisions, and conducting marriage ceremonies. In Hays County, our justices of the peace have a tradition of serving our community in many different ways.

Bryant has the courage and compassion to serve as your Justice of the Peace.

Bryant hopes she can gain the support of voters in her new endeavor to serve our community in a new role.

Sandra is married to Ray Bryant and they attend Vertical Chapel.

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