Conservative Republican for County Criminal Court #5

Early Voting: October 24 - November 4 Election: November 8


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As an attorney who has been on both sides of the courtroom and a successful business leader, Brad understands the importance of running an efficient and productive courtroom.   He is committed to providing all litigants a fair and impartial forum in which intimate partner violence will not be tolerated.  Because of his experience and commitment to justice, Brad Clark is uniquely qualified to be the next judge of Tarrant County Criminal Court No. 5.

Brad was born and raised in Fort Worth. He graduated from Carter Riverside High School and the University of Texas at Arlington. After earning his Juris Doctor (JD) from Baylor University School of Law, Brad spent more than seven years working in the Tarrant County Criminal District Attorney’s office.  As an Assistant Criminal District Attorney, Brad was selected to be on Tarrant County’s first dedicated Family Violence prosecution team.  After his public service as a prosecutor, Brad formed The Clark Law Firm.  Although Brad has always limited his practice to criminal law, he has grown his firm to 4 attorneys that continue to serve our community with expanded practice areas including family law and child welfare. 

With more than 30 years of experience practicing criminal law in Tarrant County, Brad knows the Tarrant County Courthouse and also understands the importance of giving back to the community that is his home.  He is committed to making a difference in the lives of others.  He serves as the Chair of the Criminal Law Section of the Tarrant County Bar Association.  He also serves as a Master in the Eldon Mahon Inn of Court, an organization committed to mentoring young attorneys.  He has long been involved with helping others in the community.  For nearly two decades, Brad has worked alongside current judges, prosecutors, and mental health experts to help create and refine a program that gives offenders who suffer from mental health challenges options for rehabilitation.  As your judge, he will continue this important work. Tarrant County Criminal Court 5 is Tarrant County’s only dedicated Family Violence Court and Brad’s work has prepared him well to serve in this capacity.




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Tarrant County Law Enforecement Association
Tarrant County Candidate Fair Strawpoll Winner
Arlington Candidate Fair Strawpoll Winner
Grapevine Republican Club
Keller Republican Club

Elected Officials

Wendy Burgess, County Tax Assessor Collector
Jim Ross, Mayor of Arlington
Armin Mizani, Mayor of Keller

Oscar Trevino, Mayor of North Richland Hills
 Bobby Lindamood, Mayor-Elect of Colleyville
John Miller, Hurst City Councilor
Shannon Dubberly, Keller City Councilor

Ross McMullin, Keller City Councilor

Republican Party Leaders 

Mona Bailey, Tarrant GOP Vice Chair
Andra Beatty, Tarrant GOP Area Leader
Erin Rodriguez, Tarrant GOP Area Leader
Sherri Heinzman, Tarrant GOP Area Leader
Vanessa Mason, Tarrant GOP Area Leader
David Lambertsen, Tarrant GOP Precinct 1227 Chair
Michael Barber, Tarrant GOP Precinct 1431 Chair
Dr. Mark Hanson, Tarrant GOP Precinct 2055 Chair
Bill Eastland, Tarrant GOP Precinct 2168 Chair
Susan Valliant, Tarrant GOP Precinct 2174 Chair
Donna Korman, Tarrant GOP Precinct 2314 Chair
William Sheetz, Tarrant GOP Precinct 2354 Chair
Craig Ownby, Tarrant GOP Precinct 2613 Chair
Jerree Frazier, Tarrant GOP Precinct 3063 Chair
Brendan Walsh, Tarrant GOP Precinct 3725 Chair

Ruth Ray, Tarrant GOP Precinct 3969 Chair 
Dayna Oliver, Tarrant GOP Precinct 4340 Chair
Lisa Grimaldi, Tarrant GOP Precinct 4429 Chair
Cathy Hartman, Tarrant GOP Precinct 4452 Chair
Benson Varghese, Tarrant GOP Precinct 4634 Chair
Jeremy Bradford, Former Tarrant GOP Executive Director

Graham Norris, Former Tarrant GOP Area Leader

Commmunity Leaders

Jimmy Pollozani, President, Brotherhood for the Fallen
Vince & Mona Puente 
 Eric Mahroum, Former Trump Administration Senior Advisor 
Greg Will, VP of the Keller Republican Club
Adrea Sedlemeyer, Political Director of the Keller Republican Club

Erik Leist, Keller Board of Economic Development


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Over the years Brad’s work has earned many awards including being named a Texas Bar Foundation Fellow, an honor only bestowed upon the top one-third of 1% of all attorneys in Texas and is rated as a Top Attorney by Fort Worth Magazine.  Recently, the Texas Association of Specialty Courts awarded him the Rusty Ladd Scholarship Award which recognizes an individual who exhibits the initiative to do charitable work, the courage, and heart to reach out to others, and who imparts in people the hope that change is possible for a better life.  Brad has also been recently recognized for his work by the Fort Worth Business Press when he received the publication’s Mentor Award. This award acknowledges the mentors who have had a positive and lasting influence on their mentees and the Fort Worth community.

Brad serves on the Board of Trustees at All Saints' Episcopal School.  He also currently serves alongside law enforcement and other community leaders on the Board of the Tarrant County Reentry Coalition, an agency created to help rehabilitated offenders obtain housing, job skills, education, and employment thereby reducing recidivism.

Brad is the only candidate in this race that is a lifelong conservative Republican and has served the Tarrant GOP as an Election Judge. Brad and his wife, Breanne, live in Fort Worth and worship at First United Methodist Church.

Congresswoman Beth Van Duyne