SAN ANGELO, TX – Becky Robles, the incumbent Tom Green County Tax Assessor-Collector, is running for reelection in the upcoming March Republican Primary.
Robles, who has held the position since 2014, is gearing up for a decade-long tenure as the head of the department responsible for tasks such as renewing registrations, transferring titles, issuing handicap placards/license plates, and collecting liquor license fees.
Early voting for the primary is set to commence on Feb. 20, leading up to the official election day on March 5.
In a interview with San Angelo LIVE!, Robles expressed her pride in her long-standing service, highlighting her journey from starting at the front counter to working her way up within the department. She emphasized that this experience has equipped her with the knowledge to bring about positive changes.
“My employees are with me all day, more than they're with their family,” Robles said. “So I try to make it a family environment.”
As part of her accomplishments, Robles cited her enduring presence in the office as a source of pride.
You can watch her interview with San Angelo LIVE! 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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