OP-ED: James Noack announces ‘Keep Your Commissioner’ campaign

By: James Noack
| Published 11/08/2023


THE WOODLANDS, TX – Montgomery County Precinct 3 Commissioner James Noack announced his ‘Keep Your Commissioner’ Campaign for the upcoming election in 2024.

Commissioner Noack, the proven conservative leader and taxpayer advocate on Montgomery County Commissioners Court is up for re-election starting with the March 5, Republican primary election. Early voting runs February 20 through March 1, 2024.

“I love serving as your commissioner. During my tenure I have cut the tax rate, improved mobility, and increased services and public safety, keeping Precinct 3 as one of the best places you can live,” Noack stated in announcing his re-election campaign.

“This success is why I have no plans on leaving. I want to keep serving you. That’s why I’m announcing my Keep Your Commissioner campaign. By keeping your commissioner, you will keep the best staff in the county, keep excellent customer service, keep a taxpayer advocate on Commissioners Court, and keep a leader who is not afraid to stand up for you. I promise to keep serving you with honesty and integrity – something that too many politicians and other local groups just lack.”

To request a yard sign, get involved as a volunteer, or donate to the ‘Keep Your Commissioner’ campaign, contact Commissioner Noack’s campaign at or visit his website at

A paid political ad by the James Noack campaign lists the ‘10 Key Reasons to Keep Your Commissioner:

  1. A taxpayer advocate

    • Lowered county property tax rate, passed 20 percent homestead exemption and increased homestead exemption for homeowners age 65 and older from $35,000 to $50,000

  2. A proven supporter of law enforcement

    • Helped create the Internet Crimes Against Children team, led effort to create a county task force to combat the deadly Fentanyl drug crisis, also built Sheriff’s Office District 2 Substation

  3. Willing to stand up for residents

    • Successfully fought against Incorporation of The Woodlands Township, stood with residents against Woodlands Parkway extension, brokered agreement to prevent multifamily housing in Grogan’s Mill Village Center while providing future state-of-the-art library and community center

  4. Innovator in mobility

    • Initiated South County Mobility Plan, created Origin-Destination study, ensured that Montgomery County was added to the federal/regional Interstate 45 Planning and Environmental Linkages study, completed major game-changing road projects to improve mobility and dozens of intersection improvements involving turn-lane additions and extensions throughout the precinct

  5. Excellent constituent services/precinct response

    • Developed p3works app, on-call crews to provide 24/7 response and services, complete thousands of resident work order requests , invested in new sports field lighting for the South County Football League, and for the Oak Ridge Woodlands Area Little League and South Montgomery County Girls Softball League fields

  6. Improving public safety

    • Lowered residential roads speed limit to 20 mph

    • Enhanced pedestrian safety

  7. Storm Response

    • Crews worked 24/7 during response and recovery to Tax Day and Memorial Day storm events; Hurricane Harvey, statewide ice storm and local wind storm

  8. Community Support and Giving

    • Sponsors various high school programs, at The Woodlands, College Park, Oak Ridge and Grand Oaks, as well as local sports league organizations, such as ORWALL baseball, SCFL football and SMCGSL softball, and club teams, such as lacrosse and rugby

    • Noack Foundation “Christmas with the Commissioner” annual toy drive

    • Supports local organizations, such as Republican Women groups in The Woodlands and throughout Montgomery County

  9. Respected leader among leaders

    • Work with public officials at the local, state and federal level to better serve Montgomery County and Precinct 3

  10. Accessible, accountable and transparent to residents

    • Staff and/or Commissioner Noack regularly attend HOA meetings, governmental meetings to provide insight, give updates and answer questions

    • Precinct 3 distributes a monthly digital newsletter with Precinct 3 updates

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