Ken Crain -- the Sensible Choice
for Williamson County District Attorney

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Ken Crain in a Williamson County courtroom.
The incumbent District Attorney, John Bradley was defeated in the Republican primary on May 29. That means that Williamson County will definitely have a new district attorney starting on January 1, 2013. The voters have a choice between Jana Duty and Ken Crain. The general election will be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2012, with early voting starting on October 22.

Here is a brief summary of Ken's qualifications for District Attorney:

  • U.S. Naval Academy Graduate, Annapolis, Maryland, in 1976 with a Bachelors of Science degree in Marine Engineering
  • Active Duty as commissioned officer in U.S. Navy from 1976-1981
  • U.S. Naval Reserve duty from 1981-1987, left the navy as a lieutenant commander
  • University of Texas at Austin Law School Graduate, 1984
  • Assistant County Attorney for Williamson County 1985-86
  • Criminal and Family Law Private Practice in Georgetown, 1986-Present
  • Married for over 36 years, he and Micki have one daughter, Dr. Allyn Crain, who is a chiropractor in Salado

If you want the new district attorney to be someone who will work hard to improve the prosecution of felonies in the county, you should support Ken Crain. Ken has the qualifications and the background to become a great district attorney. He has been an attorney in Williamson County for over 27 years. He has prior experience as a prosecutor and has been in a private law practice in Georgetown since 1986 handling criminal cases, family law cases, and probate cases.

The DA's office should be a non-partisan position. When you call 911, you do not ask them to send you a Republican cop or a Democratic cop. Why should a prosecutor be any different? Justice should be blind to party affiliation. Ken will perform his duties as district attorney in an efficient, non-partisan fashion without regard to the political views of the people involved in the case. His primary focus will be to see that justice is done for the crime victims and for the community as a whole.

In order to become the next Williamson County District Attorney, I need your support and the support of everyone who is interested in making sure that the Williamson County District Attorney's office operates with fairness, professionalism, honesty, and integrity. I will be smart on crime and keep Williamson County citizens safe without being light on justice. 
I will embrace new science and new technology as it becomes available in order to advance the cause of justice.

I will keep Williamson County safe by ensuring that the DA's office makes public safety a priority over wasteful, petty partisan battles with other elected officials.

Running for a county-wide office is an expensive undertaking, so I need your financial contribution NOW to help carry my message to the thousands and thousands of Williamson County voters.  Your donation will help pay for mailings, signs, newspaper ads and other items needed for a successful county-wide campaign. Together we can do what is right for all of the residents of Williamson County.

Please join us today!

You can contribute to the campaign now with a credit card by clicking on the large blue "Contribute Now" button at the top right of this page. I am also accepting campaign contributions by check or money order. If you are mailing a check or money order, please include your complete name and address, your occupation and the name of your employer.

Please make checks and money orders payable to "Ken Crain Campaign."


Our mailing address is:

Ken Crain Campaign
PO Box 956
Georgetown, TX   78627-0956


Let us know if you would like to get involved in this campaign. Yard signs are now available. Please let us know if you want a yard sign. We are looking for volunteers to work on the campaign. We are looking for people who are willing to help put out yard signs, larger campaign signs, pass out campaign literature, make phone calls, walk neighborhoods to raise awareness of the campaign, and host coffees in their homes or other locations for their friends and associates to meet Ken Crain and learn more about the district attorney campaign.



We can be reached at 512-869-0131.

Our fax number is 512-692-1904.

Under Texas law, individuals, partnerships, limited liability companies, and PACs may contribute to political campaigns.

Texas law does not limit the amount donors can contribute to a candidate. Contributions from corporations, labor organizations, or foreign nationals who have not been granted permanent residence in the United States, are not acceptable.

Contributions to Ken Crain Campaign for District Attorney are not tax deductible for federal income tax purposes. 

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