Cole Shooter announces run for Chairman of the Lubbock County Re

Cole Shooter announces run for Chairman of the Lubbock County Republican Party

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Lubbock, Texas— Today, Cole Shooter announced his campaign for Chairman of the Lubbock County Republican Party. Shooter is seeking the position after
Chairman Steve Evans announced he will not run for another term.

“As Chairman, I intend to build upon the strong, unified, and active county Republican Party that boasts the best elected officials in Texas,” Shooter said. “My goal is to sharpen our focus on turnout and new voter registration so Republican dominance across West Texas continues to grow. In addition, we will strongly support current Republican officeholders such as President Trump, and continue to develop effective, conservative candidates."

Shooter, a lifelong Christian conservative, touts a long history of grassroots activism in the Lubbock County Republican Party and began his Republican activism locally as a volunteer for numerous campaigns. Additionally, he embraces and promotes a small government, fewer taxes and regulations philosophy in a variety of civic volunteer efforts.

Cole has served in numerous roles in Lubbock County, including:
• Past President, College Republicans of Texas Tech;
• Past President, Federalist Society of Texas Tech Law;
• Past President, Lubbock High Teenage Republicans;
• Office Staff, Lubbock County Republican Party
• Conservative Opinions Columnist – Texas Tech Daily Toreador
• Member, Lubbock Lions Club;
• Chancel Choir Member, First United Methodist Church, Lubbock;
• Missions Committee Member: First United Methodist Church, Lubbock;
• Regular guest host on NewsTalk KFYO.

A Lubbock High graduate of 2004 and life long Lubbockite, Shooter earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science at Texas Tech University, a Master of Business Administration from Wayland Baptist University, and a law degree from the Texas Tech University School of Law. During undergrad, Cole minored in music, focusing on voice, pipe organ, and carillon. He previously worked as a news anchor for NewsTalk KFYO in Lubbock from 2007 through 2014. Currently, Shooter practices estate planning, probate, and business law at his own law firm, Shooter Law, PLLC, in downtown Lubbock. Cole is the proud husband of Gail, a Lubbock
public school teacher, and they are expecting their first child, a little boy, in September. They have two rescue dogs, Walker and Lilly. The primary election date to vote for Cole Shooter will be March 3rd, 2020. 

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