Wednesday, July 17, 2024 at 6:49 PM
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Precinct 1 Constable Setliff runs for re-election

JEFF B. FLINN Managing Editor

Precinct 1 Constable Setliff runs for re-election

Long time Kendall County resident Todd Setliff has announced his re-election candidacy for Precinct 1 Constable in the upcoming March 2024 primary.

Setliff, who served the Texas Highway Patrol Division for 28 years and the Kendall County Sheriff’s Office for two years, has been the constable for Precinct 1 for 3 years this October. As Constable, he is primarily responsible for bailiff duties and executing a wide range of court orders.

In addition to his 32 years of law enforcement experience, Setliff also holds a Master Peace Officer Certificate, has 4,623 training hours with the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement and served in the 49th Armored Division of the Texas Army National Guard.

Citing a desire to serve another term working for the residents of Precinct 1, Setliff said he hopes to continue bringing professionalism to the office and is committed to serving our community.

“I’m confident that I have done a good job since being elected,” he said. “In the 27 years I have lived in Kendall County, I have established a reputation for fairness and conducting business in an experienced manner.”

He has been married to Dee for seven years. He has two grown children; his daughter, Lauren, who graduated from Boerne High School, and his son, Mitchell, a Champion High School and UTSA graduate.

Setliff said he is excited about his re-election bid and looks forward to serving Kendall County for another four years. For more on Setliff’s campaign, he can be reached on Facebook at: fb.me/ SetliffforConstable.

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