Mark Keough

Conservative Mark Keough for Montgomery County Judge

As your County Judge, I will be an advocate for the people of Montgomery County and ensure the court weighs every decision in the light of how that decision affects the people of our great county. I am running to continue to serve the community that I love and have faithfully served for many years. I will address ethics in the county government, tax concerns, mobility, fiscal responsibility and public safety.

I am looking forward to a positive campaign where we can have thoughtful conversations about the needs and concerns of the taxpayers in Montgomery County.

About Mark Keough

Conservative Republican Mark Keough was first elected to the Texas House of Representatives, representing House District 15 and Montgomery County in 2014. He is currently serving his second term in office.

In addition to serving as State Representative, Mark is currently the Senior Pastor of The Woodlands Bible Church in The Woodlands, Texas. After 26 successful years in the automotive industry Mark retired and chose to pursue Christian Ministry as his full-time vocation.

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It’s with sad news I report the sudden passing of County Attorney JD Lambright. This is a great loss to his family, co-workers and Montgomery County Citizens. He was a man of integrity and deeply respected by all he worked with.

Governor Abbot has granted my request to lower all flags within Montgomery County to honor the life and legacy of JD immediately today through his internment.

Please join Kim and me today in prayer for his beloved wife Belinda Lambright and the entire Lambright family.

He was a gentlemen and a dear friend I will miss him greatly.
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Hard Freeze Warning tonight for all of Montgomery County. Stay warm and take necessary precautions to protect your pipes, pets and plants. ... See MoreSee Less

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December 7, 1941 - “A Date Which Will Live in Infamy” - Please join me in commemorating those who lost their lives at Pearl Harbor 76 years ago.

December 7, 1941 - “A Date Which Will Live in Infamy” - Please join me in commemorating those who lost their lives at Pearl Harbor 76 years ago.

I, Mark J. Keough, will work to eliminate toll roads as a means of transportation infrastructure. I pledge to leverage federal, state & budgeted local taxpayer dollars to fulfill the transportation infrastructure needs of MOCO. Sign my contract here: https://t.co/Tx309plqdx

I, Mark J. Keough, will work to eliminate toll roads as a means of transportation infrastructure. I pledge to leverage federal, state & budgeted local taxpayer dollars to fulfill the transportation infrastructure needs of MOCO. Sign my contract here: https://t.co/Tx309plqdx

In my contract with Montgomery County, I pledged to work to create an environment of transparency that will eliminate the possibility of actual or perceived conflicts of interest. Visit my website to sign my contract & learn more about this pledge: https://t.co/Tx309plqdx

In my contract with Montgomery County, I pledged to work to create an environment of transparency that will eliminate the possibility of actual or perceived conflicts of interest. Visit my website to sign my contract & learn more about this pledge: https://t.co/Tx309plqdx
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