About Jack Morman

Deer Park native Jack Morman, who served two terms as Harris County Precinct 2 Commissioner, is running to regain his seat on Commissioners Court in the 2022 Republican Primary.

As the most experienced and capable candidate on the ballot, Morman will rebuild a conservative majority on the County’s governing board that will restore fiscal discipline for taxpayers. Morman will always back law enforcement and respect crime victims.

Morman, a husband and a father of two, was elected Precinct 2 Commissioner in 2010 in a historic election. He was re-elected without opposition to a second term in 2014. He was later narrowly defeated for a third term by a liberal anti-law enforcement Democrat in 2018.

As a member of Commissioners Court, Morman led Precinct 2 operations, which included more than 380 employees, 50 parks, 17 community centers, and more than 1,300 miles of roads. Morman pushed for a business-friendly environment and aggressive economic development in his precinct and, as Democrats pushed back, he also successfully led the fight to increase pay for Harris County law enforcement officers in 2018.

Deer Park native Jack Morman, who served two terms as Harris County Precinct 2 Commissioner, is running to regain his seat on Commissioners Court in the 2022 Republican Primary.

As the most experienced and capable candidate on the ballot, Morman will rebuild a conservative majority on the County’s governing board that will restore fiscal discipline for taxpayers. Morman will always back law enforcement and respect crime victims.

Morman, a husband and a father of two, was elected Precinct 2 Commissioner in 2010 in a historic election. He was re-elected without opposition to a second term in 2014. He was later narrowly defeated for a third term by a liberal anti-law enforcement Democrat in 2018.

As a member of Commissioners Court, Morman led Precinct 2 operations, which included more than 380 employees, 50 parks, 17 community centers, and more than 1,300 miles of roads. Morman pushed for a business-friendly environment and aggressive economic development in his precinct and, as Democrats pushed back, he also successfully led the fight to increase pay for Harris County law enforcement officers in 2018.

While in office, Morman also supervised operations at the Lynchburg Ferry and Washburn Tunnel – jobs his successor quickly turned over to others.

Morman never voted to increase property taxes and instead looked for ways to improve the quality of life in his precinct by partnering with state, federal and local leaders to improve flood control and transportation.

Unlike the litigious liberal who followed him into office, Morman never turned down help or put billions in public transportation dollars at risk by alienating state transportation leaders trying to improve local highways for hardworking families.

Morman is a graduate of Baylor University and the Baylor University Law School and had a private law practice before winning his first election in 2010.

After leaving office in 2019, Morman continued his public service career on the staff of Republican Precinct 4 Commissioner R. Jack Cagle – a post he recently left to run his campaign and resume the practice of law.

Morman and his wife, Andi, were high school sweethearts. Like her husband, Andi is also a Deer Park native. She is a teacher and the couple have two children – daughter Jordan and son Trey.

While in office, Morman also supervised operations at the Lynchburg Ferry and Washburn Tunnel – jobs his successor quickly turned over to others.

Morman never voted to increase property taxes and instead looked for ways to improve the quality of life in his precinct by partnering with state, federal and local leaders to improve flood control and transportation.

Unlike the litigious liberal who followed him into office, Morman never turned down help or put billions in public transportation dollars at risk by alienating state transportation leaders trying to improve local highways for hardworking families.

Morman is a graduate of Baylor University and the Baylor University Law School and had a private law practice before winning his first election in 2010.

After leaving office in 2019, Morman continued his public service career on the staff of Republican Precinct 4 Commissioner R. Jack Cagle – a post he recently left to run his campaign and resume the practice of law.

Morman and his wife, Andi, were high school sweethearts. Like her husband, Andi is also a Deer Park native. She is a teacher and the couple have two children – daughter Jordan and son Trey.

While in office, Morman also supervised operations at the Lynchburg Ferry and Washburn Tunnel – jobs his successor quickly turned over to others.

Morman never voted to increase property taxes and instead looked for ways to improve the quality of life in his precinct by partnering with state, federal and local leaders to improve flood control and transportation.

Unlike the litigious liberal who followed him into office, Morman never turned down help or put billions in public transportation dollars at risk by alienating state transportation leaders trying to improve local highways for hardworking families.

Morman is a graduate of Baylor University and the Baylor University Law School and had a private law practice before winning his first election in 2010.

After leaving office in 2019, Morman continued his public service career on the staff of Republican Precinct 4 Commissioner R. Jack Cagle – a post he recently left to run his campaign and resume the practice of law.

Morman and his wife, Andi, were high school sweethearts. Like her husband, Andi is also a Deer Park native. She is a teacher and the couple have two children – daughter Jordan and son Trey.