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Collin County Commissioner, Precinct 2

4-year term. Must be 18 years or older, a U.S. citizen, a resident of Texas, and a resident of the district represented. Responsible for representing the citizens of the district in which he/she is elected in the Collin County Commissioners Court, which conducts the general business of the county and oversees financial matters.
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    Tanner Do (Dem) Adjuster

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Budget: What areas of the budget would you like to see increased or decreased during the next term?

Growth: What challenges will the growth of the county present, and how would you address them?

Poverty/Homelessness: What, if anything, should be done to meet low income residents’ basic needs, such as mental health care and housing, and reduce homelessness in the county?

Transportation: What are the main transportation issues in the county, and how should they be addressed?

Emergency Preparedness: What does the county need to do to be prepared for and provide emergency services and funding after natural disasters?

Other Issues: What other issues do you believe will be most pressing in the county, and what is your position on these issues?

Education Texas A&M University Bachelor of Science
Experience As a vital staff member to elected officials and civil rights leaders on both sides of the aisle. I have worked with the State of Texas and Federal elected officials regarding grant funding for various organizations.
Twitter @tannerttdo
Campaign Phone (972) 885-9106
There are many factors in the areas of the budget, and that is something I am not able to make a decision without knowing exactly why and how those budget distributed. Increased or decreased any amount to any department is something that needs further examination. However, I would like to look into substance abuse/mental health programs and see where we can give them the best resources to help the community.
With an estimated 80 people moving into Collin County each day, we need to be working on expanding our infrastructure to stay ahead of this growth to help reduce traffic congestion. We must invest in our infrastructure.
As a volunteer for Habitat for Humanity I have seen the highs of getting almost a dozen homeless families into safe shelters. This has impressed upon me the need to help the less fortunate among us. With Texas Workforce Commission I helped give a hand up to those in need of jobs. I will work closely with organization to provide the resources that they will need to help the community.
With an estimated 80 people moving into Collin County each day, our infrastructure need to be examine so we can stay ahead of the growth. It is time that we need to look into our public transportation and how we can better the services for our community.
We will need to stay on top of the state and federal grant funding for emergency management and public health preparedness programs. As well as designs and conducts exercises and drills to improve emergency preparedness planning and response.
Cost of living in our county is getting higher and higher, as more people are moving into town we need to focus on helping our native with an affordable housing options. We also need to start thinking about investing in our own county hospital so we can take care of our local populist.