BREAKING NEWS! Several Montgomery County elected officials show courage, support for Ham’s integrity and stand against political bullying

Emily McKinney and Conroe City Councilman Duane Ham.

Conroe, June 1 – Numerous Montgomery County elected officials showed support for City Councilman Duane Ham at his political fundraiser on Thursday, June 1, 2017, at an outdoor restaurant on Lake Conroe. Last Friday, May 26, 2017, local political consultant Marc Davenport threatened Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal that if Doyal continued to communicate or show support for Ham, Davenport would order his clients to withdraw their support for Doyal in his re-election bid for County Judge in 2018. As a result, Ham has taken an important symbolic stand against political bullying. (Please see “Conroe City Councilman Duane Ham: ‘The Davenports’ Threats Against County Judge Craig Doyal Are An Insult to the Law Enforcement Community and the Citizens,’ (The Davenports, Part 1),” The Golden Hammer, May 31, 2017).

Among the courageous County officials, municipal officials, and candidates who attended Ham’s fundraiser and stood up to political bullying were:

County Judge Craig Doyal

Precinct 1 County Commissioner Mike Meador

Precinct 2 County Commissioner Charlie Riley

Precinct 4 County Commissioner Jim Clark

9th District Judge Phil Grant

435th District Judge Patty Maginnis

County Court at Law Number Two Judge Claudia Laird

Montgomery County Hospital District Board member Georgette Whatley

Candidate for Precinct 2 County Commission Brian Dawson

Montgomery Chief of Police Jim Napolitano

Conroe Municipal Judge, Dr. Michael Davis

Former Conroe Mayor and Lone Star Groundwater Conservation District Board member Webb Melder.

Precinct 5 Constable’s Captain Billy Masden.

Additionally, numerous Conroe Fire Department fire fighters attended Ham’s event.






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