Sandra Plaster Announces Candidacy for Prec. 2 Justice of the Peace
Precinct 2 Justice of the Peace Sandra Plaster said she is, “humbled at the large volume of support,” in the form of personal contacts, phone calls, letters, and financial support that she is receiving from precinct two citizens, “encouraging me to seek a full term.” Plaster was appointed to fill the vacancy on the Court when Judge Ronnie Daniell retired September 8, 2017, and is officially announcing her candidacy for a full term as Van Zandt County Justice of the Peace for Precinct 2.
Her service objective is clear, “I am running for the citizens of Precinct 2 in Van Zandt County,” said Plaster.
Having just completed the required 80 hours of training through the Texas Justice Court Training Center related to Justice Court Operations and Functions, Plaster will need no further training, if elected to serve a full term. She also has nearly nine years of experience working full time as Chief Clerk and Court Administrator for Daniell and two more years prior, working part time as a clerk. In fact, Retired Judge Ronnie Daniell has endorsed his former Administrator, Sandra Plaster, for Justice of the Peace.
Since taking office, Plaster’s JP 2 Court has increased revenue and conducted 17 inquests, the majority of which were alcohol related and induced.
Born in Polk County, Texas, Sandra Plaster grew up in San Jacinto County and graduated from Shepherd High School in 1977 with honors. Plaster’s immediate family include her husband, Roland “Sonny” Plaster, daughter Heather, and son Benjamin. They have four grandchildren: Dylan, Maddie, Liana, and Chloe. Sandra and Sonny were married in 1982 and since 1983, have made Precinct 2, Van Zandt County their home.
“I am a member of First Baptist Church of Canton; and my motto is: ‘God First, Family second, and then others. Faith – Family – Friends.’”
Making her appeal to voters, Sandra Plaster said, “I appreciate the Commissioner’s Court appointing me to serve out Judge Daniell’s term, which ends December 31, 2018. I pray that you will grant me the support needed to be successful in the upcoming Primary Election March 6, 2018.” [Early voting is February 20 – March 2]
“Your vote and financial support is greatly appreciated. I look forward to serving the wonderful citizens of Precinct 2 for many years to come. ‘I can do all things through Christ which strengthens me.’” (Philippians 4:13)