Sheriff Rand Henderson is running for re-election

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Montgomery County Sheriff Rand Henderson is running for re-election.

“In 2017, I was sworn in as Sheriff on a promise to make the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office a role model for public safety services in our State. It has been an honor to serve the great people of Montgomery County for the last 26 years and I look forward to continuing my service as your elected Sheriff,” said Sheriff Henderson.

“As Sheriff, I laid out the first-ever strategic plan and zero-based budget for the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office. In addition to these accomplishments, we moved forward with improving law enforcement procedures and practices through the reallocation and reorganization of our divisions and personnel,” Henderson said. “Although these were significant achievements for the agency and the community, we have so much more to accomplish. We will continue to improve and challenge ourselves to meet our goals, mission, and values.”

“As your Sheriff, I will continue to support conservative Christian values, defend our Constitution, and serve the citizens of Montgomery County with honor,” Henderson said. “I have worked to uphold law and order by defending the Constitution and will continue to improve our County law enforcement. The goal is and always has been to honor the laws of our great state and nation with respect for individual liberty and justice.”

“As a resident of Montgomery County, I am actively involved in the community and am a member of numerous civic and nonprofit organizations.  I am a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Conroe,” said Henderson. “I hold a Master Peace Officer License from the State of Texas and a Master’s Degree from Sam Houston State University.  I am also a graduate of the Leadership Command College and the FBI National Academy.   

“I am married to the love of my life, Christina, who is a native of Conroe and an 11th grade English Teacher at Willis High School,” said Henderson. “We have two children, Rylie who is a freshman in college, and Reid, who attends Willis High School. I would be honored to have your vote as I run for re-election in 2020.”

Editor’s note: The above announcement was provided by the candidate. Bluebonnet News of Montgomery County is offering one free announcement to candidates in all local races in the November 3rd election. Announcements should be no longer than 500 words. Announcements, along with a picture of yourself, should be submitted to newsdesk@bluebonnetnews.com.

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