Council Place 4

Experience


Todd K. Hulsey was elected to his first term on the Burleson City Council in June 2017.  Prior to his city council service, Todd served on the Burleson Zoning Board of Adjustment, and the Burleson Citizens Emergency Response Team (CERT).  He currently serves as a Johnson County Republican Party Precinct Chair for voting precinct 2.  He is a Burleson Area Chamber of Commerce Diplomat, and a member of the Burleson Morning Rotary Club.  Todd is an associate member of the Johnson County Republican Women; his wife is a regular member. 

Interest in Government


Todd’s main priority is to ensure a fiscally responsible city government.  Where growth is concerned, Todd wants to smartly manage that growth so that our infrastructure is not outstripped and our quality of life is not adversely affected.  Todd also wants to attract good, sustainable jobs to Burleson as part of our inevitable growth.

Education


Todd holds an A.A.S. in Business Studies, a B.A. from Texas A&M University, an M.A. from St. Mary’s University, and a J.D. from St. Mary’s University School of Law.

Personal Life


Todd is married to the former Tammy Gúzman, and has three stepdaughters, 20, 14, and 12.  Tammy is a high school math teacher in the Alvarado ISD.  Todd and his family live in the Joshua ISD, in the far southwestern area of Burleson.

Todd was born and raised in Grand Prairie and attended South Grand Prairie High School.  He is a fifth-generation Texan.  Tammy was born and raised in Beeville, Texas and graduated from A.C. Jones High School there.

Todd is a retired FBI Supervisory Special Agent.  He retired after 21 years of service in 2014.  He co-founded a small business in the construction trades, Circle T Seal & Stain, a fence, deck, and concrete staining company, which was sold in 2016.  Also in 2014, he opened a small law practice in Burleson, The Hulsey Law Firm, PLLC.  He is in the process of winding down that practice.

Todd is also a retired reserve military officer.  He currently serves as a colonel in the Texas State Guard.  He is a member of the American Legion, and a Life Member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.