TX-03: Keith Self (R)
Lieutenant Colonel Keith Self was born in a military hospital in 1953 during his father’s service in the United States Army, returning to Texas with their five-week-old son. The family moved some during his youth but soon settled in their home state of Texas, a state that has been home to both sides of his family for five generations.
After graduation from High School in Amarillo, he accepted an appointment to The United States Military Academy at West Point, where he graduated in 1975.
Upon retiring from the Army, he ran for and was elected county judge in Collin County, Texas, in 2006. He was often the lone conservative voice on the Executive Board of the North Central Texas Council of Governments. The voters rewarded him with three consecutive terms as county judge before he retired in 2018.
He and his wife Tracy are members of the Stonebriar Community Church. He has served on the boards of the Samaritan Inn, the Prestonwood Pregnancy Center, the US Army Recruiting Battalion Advisory Board, the Veterans Selection Committee of “Smiles” as chairman.
The abocv information was sourced from the candidate’s website.