JUDGE CHAD BRIDGES CAMPAIGN - 240TH DISTRICT COURT
310 Morton #268
Phone: (832) 867-0471
Text the word: JCBC240THDC To: 72727
Chad Bridges was appointed by Governor Greg Abbott to be the Presiding Judge of the 240th Judicial District Court after Judge Thomas R. Culver III retired. The 240th's jurisdiction includes all of Fort Bend County.
Chad grew up in Fort Worth and graduated from Boswell High School located a few miles north of the Fort Worth Stockyards. At Boswell High School, Chad was a member of the football team, student council, the YMCA's Youth in Government program, and was voted "Most Studious" Senior.
Chad graduated from Texas A&M in 1991. Chad was a member of the football team his first two years and was part of the 1987 squad that won the Southwest Conference Championship and beat Notre Dame in the 1988 Cotton Bowl. Chad was a member of the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets for four years and reached the level of Group Commander in the Air Force ROTC. Chad was a member of the Ross Volunteers his last two years at A&M and was named the Outstanding Senior Ross Volunteer in 1991.
Chad graduated from the University of Houston Law Center in 1994. While in law school, Chad met his future wife Claudia Marie Torres.