As birthday gift to Precinct 3 Montgomery County Commissioner James Noack, The Golden Hammer’s Publisher gives $2500 to Keough’s County Judge campaign, presents Doyal-Keough comparison chart

Conroe, February 27 – In honor of Precinct 3 County Commission James Noack’s birthday celebration, the Publisher of The Golden Hammer, Montgomery County’s leading daily newspaper, is giving a $2,500 contribution to State Representative Mark Keough’s campaign for Montgomery County Judge. Noack aged a full year on February 23, 2018, but he’s celebrating the occasion with his annual birthday fundraiser tonight. Since the Publisher can’t attend Noack’s event and since the focus of conservative citizens at this particular point in time should be on electing Keough as County Judge, the Publisher is honoring Noack with the contribution to Keough’s campaign.

“James Noack is a superb County Commissioner,” Publisher Eric Yollick told the staff of this newspaper in making the announcement. “For the road and bridge needs of Commissioner’s Precinct 3, I can’t imagine how someone could do a better job than James Noack.” Noack’s road and bridge operations are so successful that other members of the Commissioners Court regularly rely on Noack’s team to assist them in their Commissioner’s Precincts as well. “I wish Commissioner Noack a great birthday party tonight (Tuesday, February 27) and a happy, healthy, and prosperous year ahead. Unfortunately, I’m unable to join the party this year, since I’m working hard to elect Mark Keough as our next County Judge and to convince the citizens of Texas that they should vote in favor of Proposition 2 which proposes that no government entity would build or finance the construction of tollroads without voter approval first.”

Meanwhile, the Keough campaign is in full swing for Early Voting and for Election Day which is only one week away on Tuesday, March 6, 2018. The ubiquity of Mark Keough and his Chief of Staff Jason Millsaps is amazing. They seem to be everywhere at once. Keough has been meeting and greeting voters at polling places from the opening until they close at night. Meanwhile, his opponent Craig Doyal can only stand to descend from his perch approximately one hour per day to grace the citizens with his lofty presence.

Electing Keough as County Judge would be the best birthday present to Noack and to us all.

Here are some of the differences between Keough and Doyal:

Happy Birthday, Commissioner Noack!



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