Commissioner McComb (Republican) was first elected to Precinct Four in 1995 and served two terms until 2002. After the 2010 elections he returns to Commissioner Precinct Four for another four year term office. Commissioner McComb chose to run for office because he vowed to "return conservative values to the office of County Commissioner, Precinct Four".
County Precinct Four runs from rural Chapman Ranch to suburban south side of Corpus Christi, including Flour Bluff, Padre Island and 21 miles of beaches along the Gulf of Mexico from Port Aransas to Aransas Pass to Red Fish Bay. As Nueces County Comissioner for Precinct Four, he serves with other members of the Nueces County Commissioners Court. His duties and authority on the Commissioners Court relate to financial management of the County's $192 million budget, regulatory matters, property acquisition, buildings, Public Health and Welfare, Law Enforcement, Public Works, and many other areas of county affairs.
Commissioner McComb's other public services include serving as Corpus Christi City Councilman for District 5 from 1983 to 1987 and again from 1989 to 1993. Commissioner McComb is a member of the Tobacco Settlement Permanent Trust Investment Advisory Committee. This committee adopts the actual distribution from the trust account to eligible local government units for reimbursement of healthcare costs associated with tobacco related illness. The Commissioner also serves on various non-profit community boards.
Commissioner McComb is a graduate of W.B. Ray High School (Class of '65) and earned his Bachelor of Science degree, with a Business major from Stephen F. Austin State University in 1970. He is the President and owner of McComb Relocation Services since 1970, a family business established over 70 years ago.
Commissioner McComb is married to Mary and has five children and six grandchildren.