Doyal’s sentence at the end of his criminal brief reveals fundamental problem with him as elected servant

Doyal’s sentence at the end of his criminal brief reveals fundamental problem with him as elected servant

Image: Craig Doyal, man of “privilege.” Austin and Conroe, July 18 – One sentence at the end of criminally-indicted Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal’s brief to the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals in the criminal case against him for allegedly conspiring to violate the Texas Open Meetings Act (TOMA) reveals the fundamental problem in Doyal’s […]

County Judge Candidate Mark Keough’s 2 Simple Rules for Selecting Elected Leaders: (1) if they don’t have private business experience, they should get some before living off the public dole, (2) they must acknowledge they are servants over and above any authority they may have.

 Conroe, September 3 – Tropical Storm Harvey revealed the regularly amazing work of some local elected officials, such as Precinct 3 County Commissioner James Noack, who contrast with others who seem to be in hiding only to appear when there’s a photo opportunity available. State Representative Mark Keough, who is running for Montgomery County Judge […]