UPDATED: Ryan Cade wins Republican nomination for Brazoria County Precinct 2 commissioner

Stay on top of voting results for Brazoria County Precinct 2 commissioner. (Courtesy Pexels)
Stay on top of voting results for Brazoria County Precinct 2 commissioner. (Courtesy Pexels)

Stay on top of voting results for Brazoria County Precinct 2 commissioner. (Courtesy Pexels)

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Updated March 2 at 8:13 a.m.

Incumbent Ryan Cade secured the Republican nomination for Brazoria County Precinct 2 commissioner, beating out contender Dan Davis on March 1.

“I am humbled and honored to have been reelected,” Ryan Cade told Community Impact Newspaper in a text message late March 1. “We will continue to work hard for the citizens of Brazoria county. We do not take their trust and confidence lightly. Our mission to leave our county better than we inherited it remains our priority.”

With all 36 polls in the county reporting, Cade garnered 4,643 votes, or 64.03%, while his challenger, Manvel City Council Member Dan Davis received only 2,608. All results are unofficial until canvassed.


In a previous interview with Community Impact Newspaper, Cade cited the most significant matter that will affect Brazoria County will be its growth. The county, which grew from 313,166 residents in 2010 to 372,031 in 2020, an 18.8% increase according to U.S. Census Bureau data, needs to be managed wisely, Cade said.

His focus will be that safety, taxes, drainage and transportation do not become problems, Cade said.

Updated at 11:02 p.m.

Incumbent Ryan Cade is one step closer to getting re-elected for Brazoria County Precinct 2 commissioner after winning the Republican nomination for the position; no Democrat filed to run for the same seat.

With all 36 polls in the county reporting, Cade garnered 4,643 votes, or 64.03%, while his challenger, Manvel City Council Member Dan Davis received only 2,608. All results are unofficial until canvassed.

Community Impact Newspaper reached to Cade for comment but has yet to receive a response.

Precinct 2 in Brazoria County stretches from Pearland, into Manvel and as far down as Angleton.

Cade, who was first elected in 2014, is seeking to win his third straight term. In a previous statement to Community Impact Newspaper, Cade said the county’s two biggest issues were safety and taxes.

Brazoria County’s Commissioners Court has lowered the county tax rate each of the seven years since he got into office and it is something he aims to continue, Cade said. According to the county, the current property tax rate is $33.653 cents per $100 valuation.

Originally published at 7:33 p.m.

The race for Brazoria County Precinct 2 commissioner is underway after early voting results were reported by the county at 7 p.m. on March 1.

Incumbent Ryan Cade tallied 3,069 votes while challenger Dan Davis accumulated 1,794 votes for the position in early voting. Both are Republicans. There were no Democratic candidates who ran for Brazoria County Precinct 2 commissioner. All results are unofficial until canvassed.

Precinct 2 in Brazoria County stretches from Pearland, into Manvel and as far down as Angleton.
By Andy Yanez

Reporter, Pearland/Friendswood

Andy joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in June 2021 after graduating with a degree in journalism from the University of Houston. He started as the South Houston Metro Reporter where he helped each different edition in the South Houston market, from Katy to the Bay area, before transitioning to the Pearland and Friendswood market in August 2021. He covers education, local government, transportation, business, real estate development and nonprofits in these communities. Prior to arriving at Community Impact, Andy was the sports editor of The Cougar, UH's student newspaper, where he covered the university's athletics beat for two years and covered the 2021 NCAA Men's Basketball Final Four in Indianapolis. Andy has appeared in the Houston Chronicle via an internship in 2020, and freelance work. He can be heard on the Pawd Slama Jama podcast still covering UH athletics.