This year, Kerr County Voters have a clear choice in the Tax Assessor’s race. Bob Reeves has over 35 years’ experience in the property tax industry. He runs the tax office as a business, accountable for tens of millions of your tax dollars. 

The tax code changes every year, and Bob has the most up-to-date experience and education to lead the tax office. 

Bob is a lifelong resident of Kerr County. He has previously served as a Kerr County Commissioner (Precinct 4)  is uniquely and thoroughly qualified to continue as our Tax Assessor.

The Tax Code and other regulations are constantly changing as your Texas Legislature updates laws each session. These changes affect how every tax office runs, and also requires that Tax Assessors stay fully up to date on laws and regulations. Bob not only does this job every day, but closely follows changes to the Tax Code, legal opinions, and other developments. Anything less can mean expensive legal headaches for the County, and poor service to our 51,000 residents.  Kerr County deserves a Tax Assessor with the latest knowledge and experience for today’s needs, and beyond.

Beyond his deep professional experience in the field of property valuation and elected government service, Bob has built and maintained positive working relationships with other elected officials and administrative organizations. While a Kerr County Commissioner, Bob helped form and manage a budget of more than $32 million, while helping guide both the revitalization of the Hill Country Youth Exhibition Center and the Kerr County Jail expansion project.

As a servant leader for over 40 years in Kerr County, Bob knows well how our County government operates. Understanding the complex interactions among Commissioners Court, County Departments, elected officials like the Sheriff’s Office and Tax Assessor are important to providing efficient and quality government services. Bob has built strong connections among groups inside and outside of the County for decades, and his deep knowledge of County government makes him the clear choice for Kerr County Tax Assessor. We’d appreciate your vote!

Outside of the halls of government, Bob has served the Hill Country District Junior Livestock Show for more than four decades in roles including Executive Director, President, and Secretary/Treasurer. He is a former board member of the Harper ISD and Kerr County ESD #2.

This year, let’s vote to keep Conservative Bob Reeves our Tax Assessor, because Bob Knows the Job.