Comptroller of Public Accounts


Janet Dudding is a CPA who began governmental accounting with the Office of the State Auditor. After losses from Hurricane Katrina in 2005, she relocated to Bryan-College Station as budget manager and assistant director of finance for College Station. She later worked for Texas A&M University before retiring to run for office. She has served as a Democratic precinct chair and a member of the Texas Democratic Women Executive Board. She is currently on the Board of the Texas Democratic Women of the Brazos Valley. She is also a member of the Bryan-College Station Chamber of Commerce, Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants, Governmental Financial Officers Association of Texas, Arts Council of the Brazos Valley, Brazos Valley African American Museum, the NAACP and Hispanic Forum. She has a BS-Accounting degree from the University of Southern Mississippi and Master of Business Administration from Millsaps College.

Republican candidate:

Comptroller Glenn Hegar


Angel Luis Vega of Fort Bend County is a business strategist and executive advisor. He is a member of non-profit organizations’ boards of directors and is a published author. His first book in 2013, "Be the Leader of Your Professional Development,” focuses on guiding readers to take their careers and personal life to the next level. He was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and earned a bachelor’s degree there in Business Administration from Inter-American University while working at Popular Inc., a financial services conglomerate. He has a master’s degree in management and leadership from Webster University in Missouri. He was presented a Gold Medal Award in 2013 by International Hispanic Art & Culture Association. He serves on the council of Young Leaders for Inclusion and the boards of Prospera USA, and International Hispanic Art & Culture Association.