Victor Adams launches campaign for Montgomery County Precinct 3 Commissioner

Published 12/09/2015


SPRING, Texas – Victor Adams, 49, a native Texan with deep roots in South Montgomery County, has announced his campaign for Montgomery County Precinct 3 Commissioner. He’s challenging one-term incumbent Commissioner James Noack.

“It is an honor and a privilege to run for Montgomery County Precinct 3 Commissioner,” Adams said. “I have chosen to take on this challenge because our community deserves someone who will keep their finger on the pulse of Montgomery County.”

Adams, a retired Navy Operations Specialist Chief Petty Officer and current Naval Science Instructor in Spring ISD, says he is running to bring proven leadership to the county.

“Leaders build and inspire others. Our families throughout all of Precinct 3 expect and deserve a principled, visionary leader who will listen and address their concerns,” Adams added. “We are in a critical time of growth, and our community is looking for guidance and leadership.”

Victor’s platform features a focus on uniting the Precinct 3 community behind a common goal of furthering economic and property development in South Montgomery County. Through a system of proactive community planning, increased oversight of development, and continued fiscal responsibility, Victor’s plan will lead to more growth and opportunity.

Victor is dedicated to his community. He currently serves as the Athletics Director for the Oak Ridge Saints, a football and drill team club that he helped start in March 2015. Additionally, in his role as an JROTC educator, he and his cadets complete more than 1,500 hours of community service every year, 250 of which are with the Houston Food Bank.

Victor is happily married to his wife of 25 years, Bibi. Together, they have four children: Dale, Kyle, Thai, and Rey. After retiring from the Navy, Victor and his family moved to Legends Ranch. Today, they live in Harmony, a community in South Montgomery County.

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