Thursday, October 15, 2009

Richard Raymond Announces Run For Fort Bend County District Attorneys Office!

FBN: Raymond Announces Run For Fort Bend County District Attorney

Raymond Announces Run For Fort Bend County District Attorney
October 15th, 2009 | by FortBendNow Staff

Republican Richard Raymond has officially announced his candidacy for the Fort Bend County District Attorney Republican primary on March 2. He will most likely face long-time District Attorney John Healy, although Healey has made no formal announcement that he will run again.

Raymond is a practicing attorney and partner at Cohen & Raymond, L.C., as well as the president of Gulf Scientific, Inc. Raymond serves on the board of directors for Access Chemicals & Services LLC. Raymond is a past CEO of Pritech Technologies, Inc., and a past director of Petrochem Consulting SA de CV. Raymond has also worked as a tax research analyst at Deloitte & Touche.

“As your next District Attorney, I pledge to make Fort Bend County a better place for families to live, work and raise children,” said Raymond. “As DA, you can be assured that Fort Bend County will not be a friendly place for drug dealers and career criminals. I believe in seeking strong sentences for criminals, and will make sure individuals wanting to do harm to our county’s children and senior citizens will be punished for their actions to the fullest extent of the law.”

He has been a Fort Bend County resident for almost 30 years.


"Weinmann said Raymond believes he can clean up the image of Healey's office that in recent years has been tarnished by public criticism of his office's handling of several cases as reported by the press.

"Mr. Raymond wants to provide better service to taxpayers and further his commitment to justice," Weinmann said." Chronicle




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