Hullihan to Hold Town Hall on Redistricting in East County

With the proposed redistricting maps now public, many voters have questions and opinions. Congressional candidate Jonathan Hullihan will be holding a town hall meeting in his hometown of New Caney to give the people of East Montgomery County (or any part of the county for that matter) a chance to have their questions answered and voices heard.

Jonathan Hullihan

Hullihan is running to succeed retiring Congressman Kevin Brady (R-TX) representing Texas’ 8th congressional district. Currently, East County is in CD-08, along with all the rest of Montgomery County. However, the redistricting plan passed by the Texas Senate would take East County and The Woodlands out of CD-08 and place them in the Harris County-based CD-02, currently represented by Congressman Dan Crenshaw (R-TX).

Hullihan’s town hall will be held at the charming retro Pit Row Stop Diner on Wednesday, October 13. The meeting will begin at 6:00PM.

Pit Row Stop Diner in New Caney, TX

“With all the questions surrounding Congressional redistricting, Texas Congressional District-8 candidate Jonathan Hullihan will be in his hometown of New Caney hosting a town hall event to address the current proposed maps and what that means for the future of our community,” said Hullihan’s campaign Facebook page.

“Hullihan is looking forward to meeting all interested citizens, answering questions about his experience in law and policy, and what he wants to accomplish representing the hardworking citizens of Montgomery County as a member of Congress,’ the campaign said.

“Be there to voice your concern and learn,” said Republican Precinct Chair Robert Coats, who is helping with the event.

A native of New Caney, Hullihan served as a Navy JAG for 13 years. He currently works as an attorney and is a conservative Republican.

More information about Jonathan Hullihan can be found at

The Facebook page for the event can be accessed here. Full details can be found below:

Published by Reagan Reed

Reagan is a journalist and educator from East Texas. He has been involved in numerous campaigns, worked at the Texas Legislature, and covered Texas politics for years as a journalist.

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