ROCKWALL, TX (September 6, 2021) John Beaman is a candidate for Rockwall County Judge 2022 after serving two terms on Heath City Council.
“We are blessed with an amazing community, and the future is very bright,” John said, “however, we need clear vision and strong leadership if we are to fulfill our potential. The Roman philosopher Seneca once said, ‘no wind is favorable if one does not know to which port he is sailing.’ The same applies to us today. Together, we will establish a clear vision – a strategic plan – to achieve our greatest potential; together, we will make Rockwall County the example for other counties to follow. I look forward to sharing what we will do specifically to make Rockwall County achieve its greatest potential!”
John currently serves on Heath City Council where he was first elected in 2018, serves as Get Out The Vote Chair for the Rockwall County Republican Party, and is a Blue Tie Guy ambassador for the Children’s Advocacy Center of Rockwall County. The City of Heath has consistently lowered taxes since 2018 and in the 2020 general election, with John as GOTV Chair, Rockwall County had the most Republican votes in its history and had more votes than the Democrats by the biggest margin in Rockwall’s history. John also won the greatly respected Sherman Sparks Award for the Rockwall GOP in 2018.
John currently serves as President of The McGraw Council, a nonprofit organization that provides management consulting services to small businesses. In one year, the organization started from scratch and currently services over 700 businesses and operates in 17 different states.
John earned his Business Administration: Economics degree from Liberty University in 2016 with Summa Cum Laude honors, an MBA: Leadership with High Distinction honors from Liberty University in 2018, and a graduate certificate from Yale University in 2020. John is a member at Lake Pointe Church.
John and his beautiful fiancé, Nicole, who marry later this year, plan to raise their future family in Rockwall County.
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