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The Woodlands Township Elections November 2022

After residents voted down incorporation in 2021, the question still looms in the 2022 The Woodlands Township Director elections.
Learn more about important issues in local elections in The Woodlands Township.

November 8th, 2022 - Bruce Tough
In our local election for the Township Board of Directors, I am supporting Brad Bailey (Po.1), Linda Nelson (Po. 2), Richard Franks (Po. 3), and Kyle Watson (Po. 4). These candidates will ensure that The Woodlands remains a "township" with limited government, low property taxes, and premier... Read more.
October 23rd, 2022 - Bruce Tough
It is time to elect civic-minded leaders who will listen to the community while removing incumbents and other candidates who have followed along with the Incorporation Squad and its misguided agenda.... Read more.
October 18th, 2022 - Dr. Ann Snyder
Our relationships with our valued public safety agencies, law enforcement and the fire department, and Montgomery County must be at the top of the Township’s list of relationships we embrace and enhance. Equally, if not most important is our relationship with the local community and listening to... Read more.
October 12th, 2022 - Bruce Tough
Incorporation Squad leaders Gordy Bunch and Bruce Rieser have not filed their names for the November 2022 Woodlands Township Board of Directors election ballot. They will be stepping down from their positions at the end of this term. Thus starts a shakeup of the Woodlands Township Board of... Read more.
October 7th, 2022 - Bob Leilich
Legal battles between San Jacinto River Authority (SJRA), Lone Star Groundwater Conservation District (LSGCD), Cities of Conroe and Magnolia, and private water utility Quadvest about our precious water resources have become more public and vocal. An important election is coming up this November for... Read more.
September 27th, 2022 - Bruce Tough
The Township Board rejected calls to return its $20.8M of incorporation reserves in full to The Woodlands taxpayers through a one-time property tax rebate of $.0835 and 2023 property tax rate of $.1129 per $100 of valuation. With a new $19.8M in estimated annually recurring revenue surplus and $20... Read more.
August 24th, 2022 - Bruce Tough
Bruce Tough calls on The Woodlands Township Board to return the incorporation capital reserve in full to taxpayers immediately by issuing a $20.8 million rebate in the form of a one-year property tax rate reduction, similar to the 2007 rebate issued by The Woodlands Community Association.... Read more.