Commissioner Meyers Statement Following the October 8th Executive Session of FBC Commissioners Court

Following today's Fort Bend County Commissioners Court meeting and supplemental agenda item regarding Sheriff Troy Nehls, Precinct 3 County Commissioner Andy Meyers issued the following statement:

"I can't go into detail about what was discussed in the closed session meeting of the court, but I'm able to report that I've upheld my earlier promise. There was no way that I was going to allow any action to take place that would have removed a Republican elected official from office. A "no action" report is the right outcome today, and I'm very glad that this issue is now behind us."

Commissioner Andy Meyers is the longest-serving Republican elected official in Fort Bend County, and represents the largest and fastest-growing population in Fort Bend as the Precinct 3 County Commissioner.

November 5, 2019 Election Ballot Explained: Texas Constitutional Amendments

November 5, 2019 Election Ballot Explained: Texas Constitutional Amendments

Constitutional amendments give voters the opportunity to directly impact the state constitution and essentially shape the future of our great state. Commissioner Meyers has compiled the 10 Constitutional Amendment propositions you will find on the upcoming Nov. 5 ballot with pros and cons for each pulled from summaries of written and oral testimony before the various legislative committee hearings on each amendment.