Jack Morman was sworn in as Harris County Precinct Two Commissioner on January 1, 2011, after winning a historic election. He was re-elected in 2014 to serve a second 4-year term.
A Deer Park native, Commissioner Morman represents a million residents in East and Northeast Harris County. He previously served as the Harris County representative on the H-GAC Board of Directors.
Commissioner Morman leads Precinct Two’s operations which include 380 employees operating 50 parks, 17 community centers, over 1,300 miles of county roads, the Lynchburg Ferry and Washburn Tunnel.
Commissioner Morman’s top priority is promoting economic growth in East Harris County by improving the infrastructure in Precinct 2 and developing a business friendly environment throughout county government.
He is a graduate of Baylor University and Baylor University Law School and had a private law practice before winning the Commissioner’s race in November 2010.
Commissioner Morman and his wife, Andi, are high school sweethearts and Deer Park natives. They have two children, daughter Jordan and son Trey.