“It’s Hammer Time” to host Precinct 1 Montgomery County Commissioner candidate John Davis today at noon

John Davis has announced his candidacy for Precinct 1 Montgomery County Commissioner.

Montgomery County, July 19 – “It’s Hammer Time,” the popular Facebook Live and YouTube show at MCP.TV, will host John Davis, one of the three candidates for the Republican nomination for Precinct 1 Montgomery County Commissioner in the March 3, 2020, Republican Primary Election. Callers will have the opportunity to speak directly with Davis during the show by calling 832.990.9170 during the live presentation.

The show will air from 12 noon to 1 p.m. today, Friday, July 19, and will continue with encore presentations throughout the weekend.

The theme of the show will be “Where is the Precinct 1 Headed?” Davis announced his candidacy two weeks ago.

Davis grew up in the Houston area, a suburb of The Woodlands. He lived for a short time in North Carolina with his wife Debra. The Davises have lived in Montgomery County for over 20 years.

Davis is a graduate of the University of Phoenix and does large information technology projects as a consultant. He and his wife attended Lonestar Cowboy Church and Magnolia Bible Church. Debra Davis works as a school bus driver in Montgomery ISD. The Davis’ son is attending Sam Houston State University where he’s working on an education degree so he may become a schoolteacher.

Davis has said his priorities as Commissioner would be ethics, transparency, controlling spending, and trying to stop tax appraisal growth.

To watch the show, please go to MCP.TV on Facebook or YouTube. To call in with a question, please call 832.990.9170 during the live presentation.

MCP.TV is the network, which the brilliant Bill Brenza, its President and Executive Producer, created. “It’s Hammer Time” airs live every Friday at noon. Chris Wood is the Associate Producer and Key Grip.

Brenza is having some trouble focusing at present due to his excitement about the fact the Conroe ISD has begun to offer free attendance at all school district events for Montgomery County residents over the age of 60. Of course that begs the question: why are they charging anyone to attend any school district event?!

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