Judge Titiana Frausto

Conservative with strong principles and values

Appointed by Governor Greg Abbott
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Conservative with strong principles and values

Appointed by Governor Greg Abbott
Last Day to Register to Vote

January 31

Early Voting

February 14-25, 2022

Election Day

March 1, 2022

Meet Judge Titiana Frausto

Judge Titiana Frausto was appointed to the 181st District Court by Governor Greg Abbott in 2020.

Judge Frausto serves as the first female Judge of the 181st District Court and the first African American District Judge in Potter and Randall Counties.

The 181st is a court of general jurisdiction hearing family, criminal, and general civil matters. Judge Frausto brings a well-rounded background to this court having practiced law in all of these areas. She spent the first years of her legal career focusing on criminal defense and family law. In 2015 she joined the Underwood Law Firm where she continued her criminal and family law practices, and eventually began to represent clients in civil matters. She has also been a faculty member of several continuing legal education courses for the State Bar of Texas.

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The 181st District Court

deserves a judge who is passionate about justice and the people it serves


Fair and Impartial


Knows the


Honesty and Integrity

Judge Frausto is a talented jurist and staunch defender of the Constitution, and I was proud to appoint her to the 181st District Court. Judge Frausto’s keen legal mind and adherence to the rule of law make her an incredible leader on behalf of Texans in Potter and Randall counties.

Greg AbbottGovernor of Texas

Judges must be fair, have integrity, knowledge, and most importantly, common sense. If you could look up Judge Titiana Frausto in a dictionary, you would find all of those words describe her.

James A. FarrenRandall County Criminal District Attorney (retired)

Judge Frausto is a proven leader, dedicated, honest, fair and considerate.
Since her appointment in 2020, she has shown that she is a true public servant, being fair to all who come before her court. Her work ethic and dedication are second to none.

Joel W. RichardsonRetired Sheriff, Randall County, Texas

She is a strong public servant in the community. I have had the pleasure of working beside her during the food give away at Hillside North at 24th and N. Grand many times. She has a wonderful work ethic and is dedicated to the truth in all matters. Once appointed she went into that office like she had been there for years and has done a wonderful job.

Sheriff Brian ThomasPotter County Sheriff’s Office


Joel W. Richardson

Retired Sheriff, Randall County, Texas

Chris Forbis

Sheriff, Randall County, Texas

James Farren

Former Randall County District Attorney

Brian Thomas

Sheriff, Potter County, Texas

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