Runoff Election May 22 | Early Voting May 14-18

A conservative family man, not a politician.

 

A highly-decorated member of the police force, Jason Charbonnet is a respected leader known for his honesty, trustworthiness and commitment to excellence. He considers it an honor to put his life on the line to protect our families from violent criminals. Now he’s ready to bring his unmatched qualifications into the courtroom to serve as our next Justice of the Peace.


CHARBONNET HAS THE QUALIFICATIONS

■ 17 years as a highly-decorated police officer and investigator

■ Has the legal expertise needed for the job

■ Honest, conservative, and sworn to defend the Constitution.

ENDORSED BY LAW ENFORCEMENT:

Fort Worth Police Officers Association 

Arlington Police Association

Tarrant County Constable Darrell Huffman 

Tarrant County Constable Jody Johnson

Tarrant County Constable Dale Clark


 

“Jason is the only candidate who is conservative and has the qualifications to actually do the job of Justice of the Peace.”

Tarrant County Commissioner J.D. Johnson



About JAson

AN EXPERT IN THE LAW

 

Known for his depth of legal knowledge, Jason works closely with prosecutors in the District Attorney’s office to build solid cases that result in convictions of criminals.


 If elected, Jason will be one of the most qualified JPs ever to serve in Tarrant County.

DEFENDER OF THE CONSTITUTION

 

Jason’s first duty as a police officer was to take an oath to defend and uphold the U.S. Constitution—an oath he takes very seriously. Jason is committed to protecting our constitutional rights and getting criminals off the streets to keep our families safe. 


As our next Justice of the Peace, Jason will be tough, fair and always follow the letter of the law.

A FAIR, HONEST FAMILY MAN

 

Growing up on the west side of Fort Worth, Jason’s family taught him to work hard, shoot straight and always do the right thing, even when it’s not popular. Highly involved in the community, Jason is active with a local animal rescue and helps the Las Vegas Trail community with food and clothes drives to local churches and schools. Jason and his wife are members of Trinity Episcopal Church, where their two children attend preschool.

Unmatched Law Enforcement Experience

Advance Peace Officer 2010

Intermediate Peace Officer 2006

Institute for Law Enforcement Administration

Officer of the Year 2004 & 2009

Certified Texas Arson Investigator

Certified Texas Field Training Officer

Regional Counter Drug Training Academy

Tarrant County Major Case Investigation Team

Homicide Investigators of Texas

After 17 years protecting us on the streets, Jason is ready to protect us in the courtroom.

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