Grayson County recently experienced it’s largest estimated year-to-year growth this decade which ranks Grayson County and it’s surrounding region as the 27th highest percent growth region in the country. The U.S. Census Bureau estimates that from 2014 to 2015, Grayson County added more than 2,000 residents as compared to five years earlier, when Grayson County added just over 200 residents from 2010 to 2011. Judge Magers has a proven track record of proactively managing growth by building partnerships on quality of life issues throughout Grayson County. He is proud to have recently worked with local and state officials to help establish the Local Provider Participation Funds (LPPF) Program, thereby leveraging Grayson County healthcare dollars back from the federal government and reducing the financial burden on local property taxpayers and hospitals for unfunded indigent healthcare. Judge Magers regularly works with local schools and colleges to increase student awareness and involvement in local issues and to keep our cities and communities connected and informed.