Todd Little for County Judge
Todd Little is announcing his candidacy for Ellis County Judge. Todd is a 3rd generation Ellis County resident. He currently lives in Red Oak with his wife Dawn and three children and manages his family’s small business. Todd understands the pressures of a small business and the effects that big government and higher taxes has on small business owners and citizens in Ellis County.
Todd Little has rallied supporters across the county with a simple message. “It’s time to give our courthouse back to the people. As a true conservative, I will restore trust in government, lower your taxes, eliminate burdensome regulations, and make Ellis County government more efficient.”
Todd Little was elected Mayor of Red Oak from 2000-2006. He was faced with challenging decisions involving the rapid growth of Red Oak as it relates to infrastructure and how that impacts the average Ellis County resident. He was instrumental in the construction of the Red Oak Municipal Center and the Central Fire and Police Station. He served the citizens of Red Oak by working with City Council to lower taxes, grant property tax relief for senior citizens, and improve economic development.
Todd is a graduate of Baylor University with a degree in Financial Planning. He understands the importance of a balanced budget, account-
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ability, and how to build a team. Todd is an advocate for community service and volunteerism. He served as Board President of Hope Clinic, a community-based nonprofit health center, and a Trustee for Meals on Wheels of Johnson & Ellis Counties. He was a delegate for Ellis County to the Republican Party of Texas and is a former member of Young Republicans.
Todd operates his family’s financial services and insurance business. He is a risk manager and insurance representative for small to mid-sized companies. He has been married to his wife Dawn for 25 years. Dawn is a Registered Nurse and a health science teacher at Red Oak High School. They have three children Tanner, Houston, and Stefani.