Taral is running for Fort Bend County Commissioner - Precinct 3. With a lifelong connection to Fort Bend, Taral has dedicated his career to serving the community and delivering results. His experience spans across local, state, and Federal government, making him well-equipped to address the needs of everyday people.
During his tenure as the Fort Bend Chief of Staff, Taral played a pivotal role in leading the county through challenging situations, including flooding incidents, the pandemic, Winter Storm Uri, droughts, and various other emergencies. Through his efforts, Fort Bend emerged stronger and more united. Taral's commitment to the community is evident in his achievements, such as bringing thousands of good-paying jobs, making historic investments in Public Safety and Emergency Management programs, and tackling traffic congestion.
At the state level, Taral served as a Legislative Director for the Texas House of Representatives, where he focused on supporting policy issues for the Texas House Committee on Transportation. This experience has equipped him with a deep understanding of transportation-related challenges and potential solutions.
Adding to his impressive track record, Taral was recently appointed by President Joseph R. Biden to serve as a Deputy Liaison for the White House, further demonstrating his dedication to public service.
Beyond his professional endeavors, Taral is also passionate about animal welfare. He has personally rescued Shadow the Dog and Mojo the Cat from the Fort Bend Animal Shelter, showcasing his commitment to improving the lives of all residents, including our beloved furry friends.
With his extensive experience, strong leadership skills, and unwavering commitment to the community, Taral is the ideal candidate for Fort Bend County Commissioner - Precinct 3.