Shelby County Republican Party Judicial Endorsements 

Circuit, Chancery, and Criminal Courts

Circuit Court Judge
Division 2

James F. Russell


 

Circuit Court Judge
Division 3

Karen R. Williams


 

Circuit Court Judge
Division 5

Kay Robilio


 

Circuit Court Judge
Division 6

Jerry Stokes


 

Circuit Court Judge
Division 8

Larry E. Parrish

Chancery Court Judge
Part 2

Arnold Goldin


 

Chancery Court Judge
Part 3

Kenny Armstrong


Criminal Court Judge
Division 3

John P. Colton


 

Criminal Court Judge
Division 5

Jim Lammey


 

Criminal Court Judge
Division 6

W. Fred Axley


 

Criminal Court Judge
Division 7

Lee V. Coffee


 

Criminal Court Judge
Division 8

Chris Craft


 

Criminal Court Judge
Division 9

Mark Ward


 

Criminal Court Judge
Division 10

James Beasley, Jr.


 

General Sessions, Juvenile, and Probate Court

General Sessions Civil Court Judge
Division 1

Lynn Cobb


 

General Sessions Civil Court Judge
Division 2

Phyllis Gardner


 

General Sessions Civil Court Judge
Division 3

Charles McDonald


 

General Sessions Civil Court Judge
Division 4

Deborah Henderson
or
Tony Kizer


 

General Sessions Civil Court Judge
Division 5

Evan Nahmias

General Sessions Civil Court Judge
Division 6

Lonnie Thompson


 

General Sessions Criminal Court Judge
Division 7

Ann Pugh


 

General Sessions Criminal Court Judge
Division 8

Tim Dwyer


 

General Sessions Criminal Court Judge
Division 9

Joyce Broffitt


 

General Sessions Criminal Court Judge
Division 11

Karen Massey

General Sessions Criminal Court Judge
Division 13

Louis J. Montesi


 

General Sessions Criminal Court Judge
Division 14

Larry Potter


 

Juvenile Court Judge

Curtis Person


 

Probate Court Judge
Part 1

Robert Benham


 

Probate Court Judge
Part 2

Donn Southern



 

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