Curtis Graham, a Veteran and experienced law enforcement professional, announced his candidacy for Lamar County Constable – Precinct 2 in the upcoming 2024 election.
Graham seeks to be elected with a proven track record in law enforcement and leadership, a continued vision for the future, and a deep commitment to the community.
“Throughout my career, each position I have held has been more than ‘just a job or a title,’ it’s a way to connect and serve the community while continuing to uphold the law,” said Graham. “I believe an informed community is an empowered community and I am committed to the roles and responsibilities of the Constable’s office while engaging in community outreach and development.”
After serving in the United States Navy for four years, Graham knew he wanted to continue serving his country and community, and began his career in law enforcement in 2005.
For the past 18-years, Graham, who holds a Master Peace Officer License, has served and protected the citizens of Lamar County — 15-years with the Paris Police Department and three-years with the Lamar County Sheriff’s Office, where he currently works as a Mental Health Deputy.
While his portfolio speaks volumes, Graham believes good relationships, both professionally and personally, are built on honesty, respect and a willingness to hear the thoughts and opinions of others — qualities he plans on upholding as Constable.
A down-to-earth and devoted family man, Graham and his wife, Stephanie have been married for 11-years and have three children, whom are also active in the community.
“Our two daughters currently go to Chisum ISD and our son is currently working at the Lamar County Sheriff’s Office, aspiring a career in law enforcement.”
The family are active members of Southside Baptist Church and Graham serves as an active board member for the REACH Center.
“I am passionate about my career in law enforcement and serving the community. Throughout my career, I have built great relationships with those not only in Precinct 2 but Lamar County. As my family and I look toward the future, we know that Lamar County Constable – Precinct 2 is where I am called to serve and look forward to building new relationships and working together to better our community.”
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Early voting begins Feb. 20, 2024 through Mar. 1, 2024. Election Day is Mar. 5, 2024.