nancyI want to THANK the voters of Precinct 5 and Port O’Connor for allowing me to serve you for 27 years. I appreciate your support and confidence. During my first campaign in 1990, I knew that I loved my community and the people living here. I wanted to make a difference in this community by serving as Justice of the Peace.

After many months of thoughts, prayers and serious consideration, I have decided to seek one more term as your Justice of the Peace. Next week I will be filing with the Republican Party for my 8th term. I have hundreds of hours of training. I have served as J.P. for many years and I taught new court clerks for the Justice Court Training Center during those years. When Judge James Dworaczyk passed away in 2012. I was appointed to complete his remaining two year term. I served both precincts until a new JP was elected. Also, in 2015 I was appointed associate Seadrift Municipal Judge to preside as their Judge if for some reason Judge Hunt had to recuse himself from a case.

I feel I have accomplished several goals during my tenure. I have strived to be a true PUBLIC SERVANT, and to be fair and impartial. I have always said each case should be judged on it’s own merit.

Our community and the judiciary have seen a lot of changes during the past 27 years. It has not been easy, but it has had its rewards. From the beginning, I promised to take the job seriously and to make a difference in my community. I feel I have done so. I am looking forward to the next 4 years. Thank you, voters, and non voters as well. I sincerely appreciate being your Justice of the Peace. I respectfully ask for your vote of confidence in the coming elections. I will continue to serve until the time comes I must step aside. When that day arrives, I hope my replacement will have the desire to serve this community to the best of his or her ability and from the heart. God Bless you all.

Judge Nancy Pomykal, Justice of the Peace Pct. 5

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