SAN ANGELO, TX – Thomas Bigham is running for Tom Green County Constable Pct. 4 in the upcoming March Primary Election.
Having moved to San Angelo in 1988, Bigham brings with him a wealth of law enforcement experience spanning over 34 years.
He started with the San Angelo Police Department where he served in various capacities, including the patrol division, Honor Guard, and roles with DARE and Community Services.
Bigham, currently residing with his wife of 32 years, met her in San Angelo. The couple has one son, Jason Bigham, who also follows in the footsteps of law enforcement, serving with Texas Parks and Wildlife.
Bigham's professional journey also includes a role as a former State Park Police Captain with Texas Parks and Wildlife. In this capacity, he supervised a team of over a dozen officers, managed resources for research and rescue missions, served as an incident commander for park events, and held responsibilities as a firearms and TCOLE instructor.
Bigham has been honored with numerous awards, including Officer of the Year in Community Service and "Star in the Park" awards, both from Texas Parks and Wildlife and the San Angelo Police Department.
Currently serving as an elected director on the board of the National Park Law Enforcement, Bigham has continued to enhance his skills by attending FBI Command College. He holds a bachelor's degree in Administration of Criminal Justice from Mountain State University and a Master Police Officer certification from the State of Texas.
To learn more about Thomas Bigham’s vision for the constable position and his extensive law enforcement experience, interested individuals can watch his remarks here.
San Angelo LIVE! is hosting a special livestream event on Monday, Feb. 12, featuring candidates for Tom Green County positions running in the March 5 Republican Primary Election. The evening concludes with an in-depth conversation between State Rep. Drew Darby and San Angelo LIVE! Publisher Joe Hyde.
The Forum and Conversation is scheduled for the Sugg Community Room at the Stephens Central Library, 33 W Beauregard Ave. starting at 6 p.m. The public is invited, but seating is limited.
All GOP candidates who are in competing races are invited and have indicated their intention to participate. Each candidate will be given a seven-minute time slot to present the case for their candidacy.
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