Precinct 1 Constable Ken Holle has announced he is running for re-election.
Precinct 1 Constable Ken Holle announces his intent to run for re-election in the Republican Primary as a candidate for Constable for Precinct 1. Holle has been in Local Law enforcement for over 18 years earning his Peace officer license in 1997 and working as a reserve deputy with the Washington County Sheriff's Office until he was elected and took office as Constable for Precinct 1 in January 1, 2013.
Holle is a lifetime member of the Central Texas Constables and Justices of the Peace Association, a lifetime member of the Washington County Peace Officers Association and a lifetime member of the Sheriff's Association of Texas.
Holle has enjoyed the support from all of the law enforcement entities in Washington County, as well as the support from all the counties agencies. Holle also appreciates the support he has received from all other outside State and County agencies. Holle maximizes efficiency while maintaining a balanced budget. Holle understands the local community and their needs, and is proud to serve his community and the County.
Holle in his first term was elected as the Constable Representative for the 28 county Central Texas Constables and Justices of the Peace Association, and has since served as the Constable's representative and Vice President of the organization. Next year Holle will assume the position of President for the organization and he is excited to bring new ideas to the organization.
Holle resides in the William Penn Community with his wife Andrea and his son Christopher who is a senior at Brenham High School. His daughter Samantha is a Junior at Texas A&M majoring in architecture.