Kelli Ann Cook, Publisher, The Golden Hammer
The Golden Hammer, Montgomery County’s leading daily newspaper, endorses Kelley Inman for Conroe City Council, Position 5, in the Tuesday, December 15, 2020, Runoff Election. Voting will occur on Tuesday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Inman is a wonderful new face to Conroe city politics. She’s made it very clear that she’s committed against tax increases for Conroe taxpayers, while ensuring that local police and firefighters have adequate tools they need to perform their job duties.
Inman is a perfect addition to the strong community-minded approach of Conroe Mayor Jody Czajkoski. She will fight to keep taxes as low as possible, while encouraging reasonable growth and development for the great City of Conroe.
Inman is a retired public school teacher. She taught at Willis High School in the Willis Independent School District. Inman received her college degree from Sam Houston State University. Inman and her husband Dale have been married for 30 years and have two children. They both have run several businesses and are involved in beekeeping.
Although Inman has not previously run for political office, she’s well known to grassroots conservatives. She’s been a conservative political activist for many years. Her husband Dale is a Trustee of the Conroe Independent School District and has the most consistently conservative voting record on that Board..
Inman grew up in a distinguished political family. Her father is Olen Underwood, Presiding Regional Judge who previously served as the 284th District Court Judge in Montgomery County. Therefore, it’s no surprise that Inman has many political skills.
Kelley Inman is a genuinely nice person who has raised a beautiful family and wants to give back to her community. Conroe residents would be fortunate to have this gifted lady as their representative on the Conroe City Council.