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Hartin for Tarrant County Criminal Court #6

Meet Randi


Randi Hartin knows what it means to serve in this community.  A lifelong Texan who has lived in Tarrant County for more than 25 years, she has forged successful careers in education and law through hard work and a commitment to integrity – both in the classroom and the courtroom.


A graduate of The University of North Texas, Randi began her career in the Arlington and Mansfield school districts, as both a teacher in secondary education and as a department head. After several years in public education, she felt driven by a calling to serve others through jurisprudence.

After attending Texas Wesleyan University School of Law, Randi joined the Tarrant County Criminal District Attorney’s Office, earning a solid reputation as a prosecutor who stood up for the safety of our community, while fervently seeking truth, justice and fairness.  As an Assistant Criminal District Attorney,  she tried cases ranging from misdemeanor DWIs to Aggravated Kidnapping and Sexual Assault. She dedicated much of her time to fighting for the victims of domestic violence, both at the misdemeanor and felony levels.


Randi has spent a combined fifteen years as a school teacher and attorney in Tarrant County, advocating for children and families. Her work in education and family law has provided further insight into the devastating effects domestic violence has on families when left unaddressed. As a teacher, she served as a first line of defense for students reporting abuse. As a family law attorney, she has worked on cases involving applications for protective orders to address accusations from physical abuse to stalking. In doing so, Randi obtained invaluable experience in her field. As a criminal defense attorney, she has also assisted men and women in obtaining help through programs established to combat domestic violence and break the cycle once and for all.


Randi's handling of thousands of criminal cases as both a former prosecutor and defense attorney gives her the significant benefit of analyzing cases from multiple perspectives and has resulted in a reputation for objectivity and common sense among her colleagues. She is a member of both the Tarrant County Bar Association and the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyer Association, and was named a 2020 & 2021 Top Criminal Law Attorney, according to Fort Worth Magazine.


As the next judge for the Tarrant County Criminal Court 6, Randi will strive to manage a court where victims, defendants and attorneys alike will be heard and addressed with dignity and impartiality. Her commitment to efficiency will be invaluable in decreasing docket size, which has grown exceedingly due to county restrictions during the pandemic. She is committed to upholding the constitutional and statutory integrity of the law.


Randi is the proud mother of a daughter who attends The Oakridge School in Arlington. She is an active member of various local Republican clubs, the Treasurer for the Republican Women of Arlington and attends the First United Methodist Church of Mansfield.


The Primary Election for Tarrant County Criminal Court 6 will be held on March 1, 2022.

Early Voting is February 14 - February 25. 

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Endorsements and Testimonials

State Representative Jeff Cason, District 92

State Representative Tony Tinderholt, District 94

State Representative David Cook, District 96

Sheriff Bill Waybourn

Wendy Burgess, Tarrant County Tax Assessor-Collector

Tom Wilder, Tarrant County District Clerk

Patricia Hardy, State Board of Education District 11

Commissioner Gary Fickes

Fort Worth Police Officers Association

Arlington Police Association

Mayor Jim Ross, Arlington

Mayor Richard Newton, Colleyville

Mayor Mattie Parker, Fort Worth

Mayor Armin Mizani, Keller

Mayor Oscar Trevino, North Richland Hills

Mayor John Huffman, Southlake

Former Mayor Laura Hill, Southlake

Constable Dale Clark

Constable Jon Siegel

Constable Darrell Huffman

Constable Jody Johnson

Former Constable David Woodruff

Raul Gonzalez, Arlington City Council Member

Tamara Payne, Burleson City Council Member 

Jimmy Stanford, Burleson City Council Member 

Jesse Johnson, Crowley City Council Member 

& Precinct Chair 1023

Keziah Farrar, Mansfield ISD School Board Trustee

David Lambertsen, Precinct Chair 1227

Kaye Moreno, Precinct Chair 1416

Michael Barber, Precinct Chair 1431

Richard Sutterfield, Precinct Chair 2229

Donna Korman, Precinct Chair 2314

Sherri Heinzman, Area Leader - House District 96

& Precinct Chair 2360

Brandon Frizzell, Precinct Chair 2435

Craig Ownby, Precinct Chair 2613

Francine deLongchamp, Precinct Chair 3114

Cynthia Ware, Precinct Chair 3176

Rosalie Escobedo, Precinct Chair 3216

Fred McCarty, Precinct Chair 3321

Regan Snyder, Precinct Chair 3330

Mona Bailey, Precinct Chair 3333

James Ashby, Precinct Chair 3335

Frances Scharli, Precinct Chair 3359

Chuck Mogged, Area Leader - House District 98

& Precinct Chair 3421

Eric Morris, Precinct Chair 4141

Erin Rodriguez, Area Leader - House District 95

& Precinct Chair 4253

Jackie Auguer, Precinct Chair 4451

Benson Varghese, Precinct Chair 4634

Trent Hill, Precinct Chair 4702

Lateph Adeniji

Sarah Boyd

Scott Brown

Tim Buffington

Amy Byrum

Edward Castillo

Summer Chappell

Kimberly D'Avignon

Leigh Davis

Manzale Dawson

Stephanie Doak

Curtis Fortinberry

Jessica Garcia

John Gholson

Brian Goza

Joshua Graham

Katie Gray

Lane Gregory

Phillip Hall

Stephen Handy

Gail Hartin

Daniel Hernandez

Francisco Hernandez

Tina Hodnett

Gary Horn

Jay Horn

Jeff Hoover

Judy Jones

Larry Jones

Jeff Kennedy

Brenda Kirk

Kelly Krusee

Mark Kundysek

Jayne Landers

Brett Leblanc

Chad Lee

Shane Lewis

Rey Moreno

Rhett Parham

Steve Price

Earl Redwine

Jim Renforth

Amy Rice

Heath Richardson

Vickie Richardson

Patino Robin

Tim Robinson

Kyle Russo

Samuel Sanchez

Mike Schneider

Mark Scott

Jonathan Simpson

Richard Sutterfield

Michael Terrell

Sam Terry

Angie Thor

Annie Tyson

Bill Webb

Michael Weber

Kimberly Welch

Lisa Womack

Jerry Wood

"“Randi’s experience as both a prosecutor and a defense attorney provides her with the objectivity necessary to be an effective and fair judge. I have full confidence in her ability and uncompromising commitment to justice, and I enthusiastically support her as the next judge of Tarrant County Criminal Court #6.” 

-Sheriff Bill Waybourn


"I'm proud to support Randi Hartin for Tarrant County Criminal Court No. 6. Randi is an exceptional attorney with a strong record of fighting for truth and justice throughout her career. She has the knowledge, experience, and character to run a courtroom that is fair, impartial, and efficient. Join me in supporting Randi Hartin for Tarrant County Criminal Court No. 6."

-State Representative David Cook, District 96

"I'm excited to endorse Randi Hartin for Tarrant County Criminal Court No. 6. Randi is a talented attorney with a thorough understanding of the law. I have no doubt she will make an exceptional judge and run a courtroom with a commitment to fairness and equity."

-Wendy Burgess, Tarrant County Tax Assessor-Collector

"Randi will be an excellent Judge that the Citizens of Tarrant County will be lucky to have. She has both prosecutorial and defense experience that will serve her well."

-Stephen Handy

"Honest, fair, integrity, educator and attorney. We enthusiastically endorse Randi Hartin."

-Larry and Judy Jones

"Have known this young lady all her life. Impeccable character with high moral codes."

-Earl Redwine

"I’ve been opposite Randi in trial. I found her to be fair. She is very even minded and will make an excellent judge. I highly endorse her!!!"

-Curtis Fortinberry


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