Citing concerns that his precinct has “missed opportunities for improvement”, local small business
owner Todd Kolls has launched his campaign for County Commissioner Precinct 4 in the 2022
Republican Primary and subsequent general election.
“Inactivity has stifled our precinct. I want to offer voters a choice. I will work with the other
commissioners that share a truly conservative point of view, and I’ll bring new ideas and a fresh
perspective. I have faith that Tom Green County can continue to serve and improve without an increase
in taxes, but only with a strong, and unified Commissioners Court.” Kolls says.
Kolls is a 1998 graduate of San Angelo Central High School and earned his Graduate Gemologist
Degree from the Gemological Institute of America. He currently serves as President of the City of San
Angelo Development Corporation. He was initially appointed to the board in 2016 by Mayor Dwaine
Morrison and was reappointed by Mayor Brenda Gunter in 2019. His years working on that board will be
a great asset in working for the county. “Being directly involved with the collection and allocation of
those tax dollars has prepared me to be a responsible and insightful steward of the counties budget.”,
Kolls also serves as a director and board member of the San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo Association
and on the Premium Sale committee. He has previous service on the boards of Angelo Civic Theatre,
the Better Business Bureau, Helping hands, and the YMCA.
He and wife Christine married in 2005 and have three children: Caroline, Jack, and Kelton.
He is a member and deacon of Southland Baptist Church and coaches Little League Baseball.