Jim and Nelda Blair endorse Judge Craig Doyal for re-election

CONROE (Feb. 20, 2018) – The Blair Law Firm attorney Nelda Luce Blair, former three-term Chairman of The Woodlands Township and Founding Chairman of The Woodlands Convention & Visitors Bureau, along with her husband, retired attorney Jim Blair, have endorsed County Judge Craig Doyal for re-election.

“Since I moved to this county in 1989, our growth has been extraordinary,” recalled Jim Blair. “Leadership is and always has been crucial. Craig Doyal took the reins of the County after 24 years of service by County Judge Barb Sadler, and we have been moving forward ever since. He is the best man for this job.”

Nelda Luce Blair, a Montgomery County resident since the 1960’s and a Conroe High School graduate, is just as firm in her support of Judge Doyal.

“We know Craig Doyal. He’s a fourth generation Montgomery County resident with experience in both private business and county government, and has a heartfelt passion to keep our county strong,” stated Nelda Blair.

“As a real estate attorney, I also want a County Judge who watches our local government budget, and understands economic development and the importance of balance between residents and businesses.”

Judge Doyal has served as County Judge since 2015 and is seeking his second term. “The Blairs involvement in leadership in every area of this County is well known and respected,” he said. “It is a true honor to have their confidence in me and their support for my re-election.”

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The Blairs join a long and distinguished list of endorsements, including:

Individuals and Elected Officials: Former Tax Assessor JR Moore Jr, Robert and Kim Marling, Constable David Hill, former Sheriff Tommy Gage, Constable Rowdy Hayden, former Sheriff Joe Corley

Organizations: Conservative Republicans of Texas, Montgomery County Law Enforcement Association, Conroe Firefighters Association, Greater Houston Builders Association PAC, Houston Association of Realtors.

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