The Collin County Elected Officials are the ones that represent you at the county level. They have many jobs and responsibilities that impact your life on a daily basis. Get to know them and learn how to get involved.

Meet the other elected officials:


George Flint


In addition to his work as County Chairman of the Collin County Republican Party, George is a practicing attorney and small business owner.  He grew up in North Carolina, received his Bachelor of Science degree in management from M.I.T. in 1972, his Master of Business Administration degree from Wake Forest University in 1974, and his law degree from S.M.U. in 1980.  In 1974, he came to Texas where he met his wife on a blind date set up by friends from his church choir. Married in 1975, George and Juanita have three children (Esther, George, and David). George is the proud grandpa of one grandson (Cole). Since 1980, George and Juanita have lived in Plano and are active members of Christ Church, Plano.

During his 33 years as an attorney, he has structured, negotiated and assisted numerous individual and corporate clients with business related, real estate and personal transactions and agreements; represented both plaintiff and defendant clients in a variety of complex lawsuits in federal and Texas courts; served as court-appointed mediator for dispute resolution; been a director of various privately-held businesses and non-profits; and volunteered his legal services to various churches and non-profits.   He is a member of the Christian Legal Society, American Health Lawyers Association, Association of Attorney Mediators, and the Collin County Bar Association.

George became active in the Republican Party when President Obama was elected and he began to understand the need for citizen involvement at all levels of the political process.  Prior to becoming Chairman, he served as general counsel for the Collin County Republican Party, co-chairman (three times) of the SD8 Resolutions Committee, delegate to the Texas convention in 2010, 2012, and 2014, and alternate delegate to the Republican National Convention in 2012.

George’s position is that, in order for the Republican Party to become and remain a majority national party, it must take its conservative foundational ideas and ideals and speak them plainly and unapologetically into all communities and people-groups, knowing that Republican principles of personal responsibility, limited government, rule of law, promotion of life, liberty, and family, private property, and free enterprise are the keys to real opportunity, real economic growth, and real freedom.

972-424-1460 ext. 4631

Keith Self

Collin County Judge

Keith Self was elected to Collin County Judge in November 2006, taking his oath of office as presiding officer of the Commissioner’s Court on January 1, 2007. He is a 5th-generation Texan who brings 25 years of experience as a U.S. Army officer to his current position. A 1975 graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, Judge Self holds a Masters Degree in International Relations from the University of Southern California, and is also a graduate of the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Judge Self retired from active military duty in 1999 as a Lieutenant Colonel. He was recalled to active duty for a 14-month tour in Afghanistan and Qatar, serving with the U.S. Central Command. He and his wife, Tracy, have been married for 35 years and live in McKinney.

972-424-1460 ext. 4676

Susan Fletcher

Collin County Commissioner – Precinct 1

Susan Fletcher serves as Collin County Commissioner for Precinct 1, representing West Plano, Frisco, Prosper, Celina and Northwest McKinney on the Commissioners Court. Married for 21 years, Susan and her husband, Brian, are 18-year residents of Frisco along with their 16-year old son, Patrick.  She has a professional background in commercial interior construction where she has worked both for corporate institutions in the banking and software industry as well as freelance as an independent contractor. Susan is a fierce advocate for our 2nd Amendment, a member of the National Rifle Association and holds a Concealed Handgun License.

972-424-1460 ext. 4626

Cheryl Williams

Collin County Commissioner – Precinct 2

Cheryl Williams was elected to three terms on Plano’s City Council as the first district representative to east Plano, during some of the city’s heaviest growth years, 1995-1999. She was the City Council’s representative to the Plano Economic Development Board and the East Plano Development Task Force. Williams also was appointed by the Plano Mayor as liaison to the Planning and Zoning Commission and the Heritage Commission and by the PISD as a member of the Plano East School Based Improvement Committee. Prior to her council service Ms. Williams served on the Plano Community Relation Commission and her HOA Board. She earned her Bachelor’s in Finance/Economics from SMU. She has been married to Don for 25 years and her two sons are both 4th generation Texans.

972-424-1460 ext. 4631

Chris Hill

Collin County Commissioner – Precinct 3

Chris is a native and sixth-generation north Texan, and a second-generation resident of McKinney and Collin County. In 1976, Chris’ parents moved to McKinney and purchased a home on West Hunt Street in the heart of the McKinney historical district. Chris now resides in McKinney with his high school sweetheart and wife of 14 years, Laura, and their three children. Chris has been an active conservative and member of the community, serving as a Republican precinct chair, election judge, and delegate/alternate at Republican state conventions since 1996. He has served as the Treasurer for the Collin County Republican Party and has served on the budget committee, financial review committee, bylaws committee, and as chair of the technology committee. In 2010, Chris was presented the Chairman’s Award for volunteer of the year by Collin County Republican Party Chairman Fred Moses. He is an Eagle Scout and volunteers as a Cub Scout leader for his two sons. He and his family attend and volunteer at Christ Fellowship church in McKinney. Chris also volunteers in the community as a member of the Rotary Club of McKinney.

972-424-1460 ext. 4631

Duncan Webb

Collin County Commissioner – Precinct 4

Duncan Webb has been a practicing attorney in Dallas and Plano since 1980, who has extensive public service from serving four, three-year terms as a member of the Board of Trustees of the Plano Independent School District, beginning in 1998. He has served as the school board’s vice president and president in recent years. His legal background includes business law, tax and estate planning, real estate transactions, oil & gas law, and construction law. A Dallas native who has lived in Plano since 1983, he earned both his Bachelor’s and Law Degree from SMU.


Greg Willis

Collin County District Attorney

Greg Willis took office as the District Attorney for Collin County, but was no stranger to the courthouse. Willis presided over County Court at Law No. 6 from 2005 to October 2009, when he resigned to run for District Attorney. He also served four years as a Collin County prosecutor, beginning in 1995, before opening his own law firm in Plano. Before that, Willis worked in area law firms Haynes & Boone, and Jones Day. He is a 5th-generation Texan, born in Dallas, who earned his Bachelor’s from Baylor University, and his law degree from the University of Virginia School of Law.


Jim Skinner

Collin County Sheriff

Jim Skinner was elected as Collin County’s 39th Sheriff in the 2016 general election and began his term on January 1, 2017. Sheriff Skinner is a 25-year law enforcement veteran, trial attorney and former prosecutor who now leads the 527 men and women of the Collin County Sheriff’s Office; maintaining a direct supervision jail with almost 900 inmates on a daily basis, while providing law enforcement services to the citizens of the county.


Kenneth Maun

Tax Assessor & Collector

It is the duty of the Tax Assessor-Collector to assess and collect for the County all taxes imposed on property within the county. The County Tax Assessor-Collector is designated by statute as the agent for the state Department of Highways and Public Transportation for collection of motor vehicle fees. Under the registration statutes, every owner of a motor vehicle is required to register it with the tax assessor in the county in which the owner resides. The County Tax Assessor-Collector is required to make bank deposits and reports according to the terms of several statutes. Under the laws regulating the county depository, the county tax collector is required to deposit all taxes collected by him for the state, county, or special districts for which he collects taxes.


Stacey Kemp

County Clerk


Lynne Finley

District Clerk

The District Clerk performs the duties assigned by the Texas Constitution as registrar, recorder, and custodian of all court pleadings, instruments, and papers that are part of any legal cause of action in the District Courts of Collin County. Additionally, the District Clerk’s office serves as a passport acceptance agent and provides jury services for all statutory District, County and Justice of the Peace courts in Collin County.

Justices of the Peace
Court at Law Judges
District Judges