County Judge Soars Through Primaries With Flying Colors

Fort Bend County Judge KP George soared to victory on primary night, beating his only challenger, Ferrel Bonner, a retired veteran.

According to The Houston Chronicle, George claimed nearly 70 percent of the vote against Ferrel. Since 2018, he has stood his ground as the first person of color to hold a position, and celebrates Fort Bend County for its racial and ethnic diversity.

“Fort Bend County voters overwhelmingly voted to select me and the most diverse slate of candidates in Fort Bend history. Together, we will stand united and represent every person that lives in our beautiful community,” George said in a statement. “We will continue to move Fort Bend forward by making our county more effective, engaging, and efficient for ALL.”

For the Republican’s, voters chose Trever Nehls, an Army veteran and former Precinct 4 constable who beat his opponent Ibifrisolam Max-Alalibo, with nearly 92 percent of the vote.

The two winning candidates are preparing for what seems to be a heated race.

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