Council Member Krausse was re-elected to Place 2 on the Watauga City Council on May 7, 2016. Prior to his election, he served as a member of the Parks Development Corporation and the Zoning Board of Adjustment.
He completed his Bachelors degree in Organizational Communications from UT-Arlington in May of 2006, and his Masters degree in Public Administration in May of 2009. While at UTA, Brandon was elected as a Student Congress Senator and served as the Academic Affairs, Community Affairs and Student Affairs committee Chair, as well as Chair of Chairs for the student body. He was honored by the University's Presidents Office as an Outstanding Student Leader in 2002, and was named the UTA Homecoming King in 2003. As a graduate student, Brandon worked in both the Fort Worth Mayor's Office and State Representative Diane Patrick's Office in Arlington for the 81st Legislative Session.
Brandon has lived in Watauga with his wife Jessica since 2008. They welcomed their first child, Abigail Elizabeth to their family in December 2009 and the newest member of the family, Charlotte Jo in June 2015.
"The City of Watauga has a very rich history and diverse population that makes it a unique and special place to live, work and raise a family. Our economy is in a very troubled place in our nation's history, and the City of Watauga is continuing to press on while many cities around us struggle. This can be attributed to the strong character and determination of our citizens, and tireless devotion of our City officials who work to ensure a stable local economy for the residents and businesses of Watauga. I am honored to serve you on the Watauga City Council. I look forward to your concerns and feedback. Please do not hesitate to contact me if I can ever be of any assistance."