I would greatly appreciate your vote this November 6th!
Don’t Forget- Early Voting will take place at the Washington County Courthouse Annex, 100 S. Park, Brenham, Texas
Early Voting Dates & Times
Monday, Oct. 22 – Friday, Oct. 25: 8AM-5PM
Saturday, Oct. 27: 9AM-2PM
Sunday, Oct. 28: 12PM-3PM
Monday, Oct. 29: 8AM-7PM
Tuesday, Oct. 30: 8AM-7PM
Wednesday, Oct. 31 – Friday, Nov. 2: 8AM-5PM
Together WE can bring a reliable and considerate voice to our Commissioner’s Court.
“There are many remarkable people that have worked hard to get our county to where it is now, and I appreciate all of their efforts, time and hard work. But now, we have to think about the steps required to take our county to the next level. Now is the time to take a different approach which will be both challenging and rewarding”. – Candice Bullock @ KWHI Forum 2-7-18
“As a professional businesswoman, wife, and mother, I am blessed and forever grateful to have succeeded in acquiring an understanding and conviction…That we do NOT have to sacrifice our values or treasured way of life just because inevitable changes are upon us”. – Candice Bullock @ KWHI Forum 2-7-18
A Professional leader that listens.
Candice Bullock is the voice of experience. She is the candidate who can bring savvy business leadership to the Washington County Commissioners Court.
For the past ten years, she has excelled in most aspects of business management including estimating, procurement, operations, data entry, project management, sales and liaising with engineers.
“I offer a visionary – yet conservative outlook for our county,” says Candice. “My steadfast priority is to foster the rural values and quality of life that are so highly treasured here.”
“Equally important, I have learned the value of asking, listening and learning from others before making decisions. It’s the only approach that will enable residents to participate in their government.”
I’ve known Candice for most of her life. She is a very energetic, smart and professional businesswoman. She will do great things for Washington County, for a long time to come.
Mike Brannon, CEO, Premier Metals