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January 30, 2014

Johnson seeks second term as Pct. 4 Justice of the Peace

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Johnson said she is the only Parker County justice of the peace who can order a blood draw on a felony DWI offense.

“The position requires a level head, careful analysis, and attention to the balance between public safety and individual rights,” Johnson explains.

In addition to her elected position, Johnson volunteers with Parker County Teen Court, Aledo AdvoCats, Shattered Dreams, Project Celebration, Aledo ISD athletics and other Parker County nonprofits and assists her husband in the operation of their East Texas cattle ranch.

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