County Commissioner Candidate Frank Morrison Talks Campaign Issues on Lubbock’s First News [AUDIO]
On Tuesday’s edition of Lubbock’s First News, Frank Morrison, candidate for County Commissioner Precinct 1, talked with Chad Hasty and Rex Andrew about his campaign for County Commissioner.
Morrison said that one of the biggest complaints he’s heard from his constituents is that they feel they are not being represented well and that the commissioners aren’t listening to them.
“…whether it’s down to the county courthouse or city hall or to the state house or to Congress, [people] feel like the representatives just go and do whatever they decide to do and not involve the constituents.”
Morrison also talked about bringing more “light” to the dealing of the County Commissioner’s office. He is in favor of evening meetings, and also talked about wanting to broadcast the meetings on the same channel as the city council meetings. He would also like to see the County Commissioner’s office become more accessible to the public. Morrison also talked about the commissioner’s salary, the health department, and Lubbock County’s relationship with the surrounding counties.
For more information on Frank Morrison’s campaign for County Commissioner Precinct 1, visit his website at frankmorrison2012.com.