As a father of four, USAF vet, college professor, Texas Aggie, and 5th generation rancher, Carey A. Counsil is uniquely qualified to be the next Texas Agriculture Commissioner.
Carey is taking his grassroots campaign to the voters. Listening to the producers, the consumers, the landowners, and our representatives in Austin, he recognizes that the platform will continue to remain fluid, so that, when elected, he has a clear understanding of the issues that mean the most to Texans, and to Texas.
EDUCATION: Bachelor of Business Administration Texas A&M
MBA – Sam Houston State University, Marketing/Finance
Specialty to MBA – Texas A&M Texarkana, Economics
EXPERIENCE: 30 year Business Owner and Real Estate Investor and Developer
20 year Professor of Economics and Business at Texas Junior College
Lifelong 5th generation Farmer/Rancher owning and operating Cattle/Hay operation.
Disabled Veteran of the United States Air Force, Computer Communications Operations
Two-term Brenham ISD School Trustee – achievements while on the board Property Taxes decreased by over .50/100 valuation
Superintendent of the Year Award
2006-2007 Recipient of Instructor of the Year – Blinn College TDCJ Pack
Board Member/Treasurer of Animal Friends of Washington County
Executive Board Member Former Chairman Washington County CrimeStoppers
Former Vice Chairman of Livestock and active Committee member Houston Livestock Show
Former Vice-President Washington County Rotary and Paul Harris Fellow
Member of several Washington County Fair Committees
Former Vice-President Brenham FFA Alumni Association
To win, we’ll need to build a grassroots army of volunteers that can help us connect with voters.
Let us know that you will help by filling out the information on this form. We’ll be in touch with the next steps!