Judge Duhon has been serving the residents of Waller County since 2015. Prior to his election as County Judge, Judge Duhon was a private attorney, and helped to found Citizens for a Better Waller County for residents fighting the Trans-Texas Corridor, and the Waller County Advocacy Group for residents fighting the proposed High Speed Rail project, and has always been a highly-involved citizen who fought against the Pintail landfill as well.
Judge Duhon has fought to lower the county tax rate, and has passed numerous no new revenue budgets, while at the same time accounting for the county’s growing needs. He spearheaded the efforts to get a new jail, judicial annex, and Precinct 4 annex constructed.
Judge Duhon currently serves on numerous boards throughout the region, including the Waller County Juvenile Board, the Gulf Coast Rail District, and he currently serves as Chair-Elect of the Houston-Galveston Area Council, which serves 7.3 million people in 13 counties in the Houston region.
Judge Duhon and his wife, Lisa, live in Hempstead and spend their free time doting on their puppy “Charlie” and their 7 grandchildren.
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