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P. Thomas Thornbrugh

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Thomas Thornbrugh
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Current Court Information:
Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals
Title:   Judge
Salary:  $130,000
Service:
Appointed by:   Mary Fallin
Active:   2011-2018
Past post:   District 14 Court Judge
Past term:   1997-2011
Personal History
Undergraduate:   Emporia State University
Law School:   University of Tulsa
Candidate 2012:
Candidate for:  Court of Civil Appeals
State:  Oklahoma
Election information 2012:
Incumbent:  Yes
Election date:  November 6, 2012
Retention vote:  786,547
Retention vote %:  67.3% ApprovedA

P. Thomas Thornbrugh is an Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals Judge. He was appointed to this position September 2, 2011 by Republican Governor Mary Fallin.[1] He was retained in 2012 and his current term expires in 2018.[2]

Education

Thornbrugh earned his undergraduate degree from Emporia State University. He earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Tulsa.[1]

Professional career

Thornbrugh formerly served Oklahoma as a district court judge for Tulsa County from 1997 until 2011. The court is located in District 14 of the 26 Oklahoma District Courts.[3] He also served as prosecuting attorney for the city of Bixby and as a municipal court judge for the city of Tulsa. Thornbrugh also served as a legislative advisor for U.S. Senator Dewey Bartlett.[1]

Awards and associations

Associations

  • Member, Res Nova law review
  • Conference Executive Board Member, Oklahoma Judicial Conference
  • President, Council of Presiding Judges
  • Member, Council of Presiding Judges, legislative committee
  • Adjunct Professor, University of Tulsa
  • Adjunct Professor, St. Gregory’s University[1]

Elections

2012

Thornbrugh was retained on Nov. 6, 2012 with 67.3% of the vote.[4][2][5]

See also: Oklahoma judicial elections, 2012

2010 election

Thornbrugh was re-elected after running unopposed.[6]

Main article: Oklahoma judicial elections, 2010

See also

References


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