Big Spring businesswoman and school board official Stormy Bradley has declared her candidacy in the upcoming 2022 Republican Primary for the District 31 seat in the Texas State Senate. 

According to information from Bradley’s campaign website, Bradley is the owner of Bulldog Steel in Big Spring and serves on the Coahoma Independent School District Board of Trustees. 

Bradley resides in Big Spring with her husband and two young sons. 

District 31 in the Texas Senate covers a vast region across West Texas, stemming from the Permian Basin to the Texas Panhandle. 

The district, which presently includes 37 counties, boasting Odessa, Midland, Amarillo, and Big Spring as its largest cities, and is currently represented by State Senator Kel Seliger (R-Amarillo).

Seliger has yet to announce whether he intends to seek re-election. 

With the Texas Legislature set to redraw district maps this fall; it is unknown if the boundaries of the present district could change before the next election. 

Redistricting is also expected to push the usual dates of the 2022 primary election date back from March when they are usually held, to May or even as late as June. 

The final date has yet to be determined by the legislature.