Duhon announces reelection bid for Waller Co. judge

By R. Hans Miller, News Editor
Posted 11/4/21

Waller County Judge Trey Duhon has announced his bid for reelection via a Nov. 4 press release. Duhon was first elected in 2014, was reelected in 2018 and his current term expires next …

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Duhon announces reelection bid for Waller Co. judge

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Waller County Judge Trey Duhon has announced his bid for reelection via a Nov. 4 press release. Duhon was first elected in 2014, was reelected in 2018 and his current term expires next year.

“I think many people knew that I was running again, but below is my formal announcement that I will be seeking a 3rd term as your Waller County Judge.   It has been the highest honor and privilege to serve as your County Judge, and we have accomplished a great number of things over the past 7 years, but there is still alot of work to be done and I'm ready to continue to work for Waller County and all of you,” Duhon said in a Facebook post that accompanied his announcement.

Duhon holds a bachelor's degree from Texas A&M University and law degree from  the University of Houston Law Center. He has previously practiced law in Fort Bend County.

According to the press release from his campaign, in addition to his County Judge duties, Duhon also serves on the Board of Directors of the Houston Galveston Area Council (2015-present), and is Chairman of HGAC’s Plans and Projects Review Committee; Vice Chairman of the HGAC Special Committee on Regional Broadband; and a member of the HGAC Water Resources Committee.  He also serves on the Texas Association of Counties’ (TAC) Legislative Committee and has successfully completed County Leadership programs both through TAC and the V.G. Young Institute for County Government.  He is also serves on the Waller County Juvenile Board, the Gulf Coast Rail District Board, the Memorial Hermann Cypress/Katy Advisory Board, and was recently appointed as President of Texans Against High Speed Rail.  He has also been recognized as a Fellow of the Texas Judicial Academy every year from 2017 to the present.  When he is not being County Judge, Judge Duhon and his wife, Lisa, love spending time with their six grandchildren, where he gets to be known only as “PawPaw.”

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