After years of fighting for our property rights, open government and the responsible stewardship of our public institutions, Trey Duhon is running for county judge. His conservative values and faith in God are the foundation of his commitment to this land and the people of Waller County.
Trey grew up in neighboring Fort Bend County. He graduated from Texas A&M cum laude in 1992 with a bachelor’s degree in Economics. He subsequently attended the University of Houston Law Center, graduating with a law degree in 1995. After passing the bar exam, he joined the law firm of Love & Associates in Fort Bend County, and has spent the last 18 years representing individuals and small business owners in a wide variety of legal areas.
After moving to Waller County, Trey quickly found himself immersed in Waller County issues; particularly the county's fight against the Trans-Texas Corridor. Working side-by-side with thousands of Waller County residents, and by networking with other groups all over the Texas, Trey became part of the largest grass roots effort ever seen in the state of Texas, eventually defeating the plan for a mega-highway that would have cut the county in half.
Trey has also served as President of the Waller Area Chamber of Commerce from 2008-2012, and has served continually on the Board of Directors from 2007 to the present. He has also served as a member of the Waller County Economic Development Partnership and as a Director of the Waller County Transportation Authority, both from 2007 to the present.
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