A Message from County Judge Craig Doyal

Craig Doyal serves as the County Judge for Montgomery County. As Judge, Craig’s role in meeting the many challenges of a rapidly growing county have dramatically changed during his time on Commissioner’s court. Today he works closely with County department heads to carefully manage and control expenditures, and establish sound policies and procedures for the operation of county government. Along with these duties, Craig works closely with the Texas Department of Transportation and other county and state officials to make sure our mobility issues are addressed county wide.

Craig Doyal stands alone in this race as the only 4th generation Montgomery County resident and former small business owner. He is a graduate of Texas A&M University and he and his wife Amy live in Montgomery, TX. They have three adult children and two granddaughters. The Republican Primary is set to take place March 6, 2018, with Early Voting beginning February 20, 2018.

Craig has served as:
• Board Member of the Montgomery County Committee on Aging better known as “The Friendship Center”
• Montgomery ISD Board Trustee
• Chairman of the Public Health Board
• “Meals on Wheels” volunteer for nine years
• President of the Magnolia Parks Council
• Chair of the 1420 Committee
• Chairman of the Houston Galveston Area Council
• Montgomery County representative on the Gulf Coast Rail District Board
• Member of the South County, Magnolia, Magnolia Parkway and Conroe Chambers of Commerce
• Member of the Transportation Policy Council
• Member Conroe Noon Lions Club
• Member of the Woodlands Rotary Club
• Member of every Montgomery County Republican Women’s Club
• Member Juvenile Board
• Lifetime member of the Montgomery County Fair Association