“It is my honor to publically endorse Susan Fletcher to be the next elected County Commissioner,” Box said. “Susan is a trusted, conservative, independent leader with a proven track record of serving in county government leadership roles. Her business background, leadership on the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy and her admirable record of serving the Republican Party have made her uniquely qualified to serve in this capacity. I know she will work to promote positive growth and safety for one of the fastest growing counties in the nation.”
Box is one of the longest serving, active sheriffs in Texas, and recently gained national attention when he took a strong stance against the federal government by refusing to participate in the enforcement of any law that violates our 2nd Amendment right to bear arms. Box has received many great honors, awards and notoriety for his public service, management of facilities, staff development and philanthropy.
“Sheriff Box is a highly respected man of strong character and principal who exemplifies service and sacrifice,” said Fletcher. “I am humbled by his kind words and thankful for his endorsement. I look forward to working with Sheriff Box to ensure that Collin County will be able to attract and retain quality employees and maintain a high standard of public safety. We want our law enforcement professionals to make their employment with Collin County a career, not just a pit stop.”
Fletcher has also been outspoken about facilitating the relationships between the cities and the county. “What’s important is to encourage cooperation to stay ahead of the curve on infrastructure, boost economic development and grow responsibly, while maintaining a low tax rate.”
Fletcher is in a run-off for the unexpired term of Collin County Commissioner, Precinct 1. Early voting runs from May 19- 23 and Election Day is May 27.
Story submitted by Susan Fletcher Campaign