Why Candice is your best choice for Precinct 2.
Candice Bullock is the most highly-qualified candidate for Washington County Commissioner.
Her professional career has prepared her to evaluate complex issues, make sound and equitable decisions, and to be held accountable for the financials and results of those decisions.
- Recently celebrated her ten-year anniversary with Hi-Line Industries, a Washington County business. This is where she developed many of her professional skills.
- Currently manages multi-million dollar customer projects for large corporate clients including Emerson, Hirschfeld, Dow, and Halliburton.
- Leads the strategies, planning and financial aspects of each project. This requires estimating and controlling large budgets while evaluating various industry-standard specifications.
- Is known for her open-minded fairness. With good listening and communication skills, she quickly gets to the heart of an issue and often expedites a resolution.
- Has built many lasting relationships with top-level executives of her client companies. She leads meetings and projects for them and facilitates continuous improvement with their management and engineering teams.
- Is equally comfortable liaising with engineers to direct the technical aspects of metal fabrication and construction.
- Is an expert at keeping budgets balanced and projects on schedule.
- Is a high energy person who connects with younger voters, and can encourage their participation in the community.
Formerly, Candice Kocian, this candidate moved to rural Washington County in 1994 with her family when she was 13 years old, from the Cypress-Fairbanks area.
Candice graduated from Brenham High School in 1999, an accomplished multi-sport athlete and three-year captain of the Cubette soccer team.
Chris Bullock, a Washington County native, graduated from BHS with Candice and they were already sweethearts. They married in 2009. Today they have two young sons in Brenham schools, and the family attends St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Brenham
Upon graduation from Brenham High School, Candice accepted a soccer scholarship to Baylor University. She later transferred to Texas State University to continue her academics and soccer career.
Bullock received her Bachelor’s of Science degree, with a Minor in Business, from Texas State University. She moved back home to Washington County in 2007.
“While playing collegiate soccer, I learned to overcome adversity because of multiple knee injuries,” says Bullock. “Those were painful hurdles to overcome, but they taught me to be more tenacious and strong-minded – to achieve my goals, no matter how difficult.”
In 2007, Bullock joined Hi-Line Industries as a project manager. Today she participates in business strategies and plans for the private company, and she carries much responsibility for its operation and client activities.
“My life lessons and business experiences have prepared me for public service. I look forward to applying my talents and skills as Precinct 2 Commissioner, to help enhance our local lifestyle and amenities.”
Doug Peck, a Washington County resident and professor at Blinn College, will serve as campaign treasurer for Bullock.
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