Building Family, Community, Public Safety and Economic Prosperity

Denton county commission

Building Family, Community,
Public Safety and Economic Prosperity

Dan's Platforms

Public Safety

Police, Fire, and all first responders should receive the very best equipment and resources to do their job. As a Frisco City Council, Dan voted YES to adding 10 Fire Department and 17 Police Department personnel in 2021.

As our County grows, we need to be vigilant and make sure these departments are staffed and managed by the very best people so they can continue to provide the very best in Public Safety for Denton County.

Did you know when Dan ran for Frisco City Councilman, he was endorsed by the Frisco Firefighters Association, Denton County Sheriff Tracy Murphree, Denton County Constable Michael Truitt, and Collin County Chief Deputy Constable Mike Rumfield?

Government Transparency

Transparency promotes accountability and provides information for citizens about what their Government is doing. You deserve to know what is going on in Denton County. Community Involvement, Strong Families, and Diversity are the cornerstones of Denton County.

As Denton County Commissioner, you can count on me to ensure that our local county will continue to take appropriate action, consistent with law and policy, to disclose information rapidly in forms that the public can readily find and use.

Financial Accountability

As your County Commissioner, I will focus on making sure the citizens are getting the very best goods and services for their tax dollars. Denton County has a policy to maintain goodwill with the business community by giving all suppliers full, prompt, and courteous consideration while keeping competition open and fair. Denton County adheres to strict truthfulness and ethics standards in all matters.

Did you know that our Frisco's new Municipal Court was an adaptive reuse project? The project came in $1,000,000 under budget while I was a member of the Frisco City Council.


A strong infrastructure is critical to the success of Denton County; this includes our roads, water, power, and our first responders. We have seen significant growth in the County's population over the last decade.

It is imperative that we prepare Denton County for the future. Denton County also needs to ensure that our citizens continue to receive the quality services from the County that they are used to receiving. The County must work closely with our service providers to ensure continued quality service and that we are also prepared for our continued growth.

Did you know that flushing items such as facemasks, gloves, and baby wipes gum up pumps and clog pipes at our wastewater treatment facilities which increase costs?

Putting Denton County Families First


While new growth is exciting, Dan believes in making sure the citizens of Denton County benefit with each development, corporate re-location and office addition.


About Dan

Born in Ft. Worth, TX-Dan grew up in the surrounding cities of Carrollton and Flower Mound and is a graduate of Marcus High School. Dan learned early about the value of hard work, perseverance and team work. He joined the United States Marine Corps immediately after graduating High School and was stationed at Camp Pendleton, CA assigned to 1st Battalion, 5th Marines, Bravo Company as a Rifleman.


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“Putting Denton County's Families First”

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