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Lubbock lawyer Cole Shooter announces run for county GOP chair

Cole Shooter
Lubbock attorney Cole Shooter has announced he will run for chairman of the Lubbock County Republican Party. Current chairman, Steve Evans, is not seeking another term.

Shooter is a Lubbock native and graduate of the Texas Tech School of Law with a business law concentration. He also completed an MBA from Wayland Baptist University after a Bachelor’s Degree from Texas Tech in Political Science.

Prior to law school, Shooter worked for several years as a broadcast journalist and show host for the Lubbock ABC Radio affiliate, KFYO News, as well as contributing both on-air and written content for affiliates in Abilene and Victoria, Texas.

While at Texas Tech, Shooter served as president of numerous student organizations and as an opinions columnist for the Daily Toreador, Texas Tech’s student newspaper. He also served as president of the Federalist Society Chapter of Tech Law.

During law school, Shooter clerked for the Honorable Ann-Marie Carruth.

Shooter is married to Gail, who teaches history at their alma mater, Lubbock High School. They are both members of the Chancel Choir at First United Methodist Church, and have two dogs, Lilly and Walker.

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