Lee Haidusek Chambers
​for Liberty County Clerk
​​​Experience. Integrity. Service. ​​
​Committed to Keeping Liberty County's Records and Elections Secure for Our Future.
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Lee Haidusek Chambers

Born and Raised in
Dayton, Texas

From a Rice-farming Family

​Lee is a candidate for Liberty County Clerk on the Republican ticket in 2018. She has the education and experience to protect Liberty County's vital records and to conduct the elections in Liberty County with integrity and openness. Please read more about Lee's background and experience....
​Lee was born on December 17, 1960, to Charles and Shirley Haidusek in Dayton, Texas. Both Charles and Shirley grew up in Dayton and graduated from Dayton High School in 1957. Lee grew up in Dayton and Kenefick, and has a younger brother, Andy Haidusek. 
​Lee comes from a rice-farming family. Lee's grandfather, Charlie Haidusek, farmed rice in the Dayton area.  Her father, Charles, along with his brothers, Bubba and Donnie, farmed rice in the Devers area as Haidusek Brothers Farms.

Dayton High School

Texas A&M University​

SMU Dedman School of Law

​Lee graduated from Dayton High School. She was a member of the Class of 1979 from Kindergarten until 11th Grade, but graduated a year early in 1978. She was a Class Officer all three years, a Varsity cheerleader two years, and a straight-A student throughout. She participated in many math-related competitions, and enjoyed drawing and painting. 
​Lee attended college at Lamar University and Texas A&M University.  She graduated from Texas A&M University, in 1982, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering. She worked for major computer manufacturers (HP, Digital) in Dallas and Austin after graduation. Lee became a member of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority during her freshman year.  
​Lee attended the Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, where she made the SMU Law Review, and graduated in 1997. She was admitted to the State Bar of Texas, and has been a member in good standing for 20 years.  After law school, Lee focused on appellate law, writing many briefs at various levels of the appellate system on a variety of important issues.

Computers in Government


Supporting Education

​Lee became a member of the U. S. Supreme Court Bar in 2000.  That year, she was asked to write the Respondent's brief for a case selected for oral argument before the U. S. Supreme Court, Texas v. Cobb. The issue in the case revolved around the Sixth Amendment Right to Counsel. On January 16, 2001, she went to Washington, D.C., with Roy Greenwood and David Schulman, and sat second chair for the oral argument. Attorneys who appear before the U. S. Supreme Court are given a quill pen as a souvenir. Lee spent the rest of the week sight-seeing and attending the inauguration of President George W. Bush.  
​Lee was actively involved in the education of her children. From room mom or team mom to serving as an officer for the Parent Teacher Organization or Education Foundation Board, she always enjoyed working with her children's teachers, coaches and administrators to make sure they had the resources they needed. For example, she organized the sale and creation of over 700 Homecoming Mums each year at Westlake High School, and brought Asleep at the Wheel to Liberty to raise money for the Liberty ISD Education Foundation.
​While working in Austin, Lee noticed that the more than 250 State agencies were autonomously purchasing and implementing computer systems, re-inventing the wheel over and over again. Her answer was the state equivalent of a chief information officer, to establish standards for interagency communications, promote resource sharing, and create economies of scale for purchases. Former State Rep. Ric Williamson tasked her with the job of writing that legislation, which she did. The bill passed, and the Texas Department of Information Resources was signed into law in 1989. 


​Lee is actively involved in her local community. She is committed to providing pro bono legal services as often as she can. She is a member of the Liberty County Republican Party, where she serves as Secretary. She is a member of the Liberty Garden Club and loves to grow herbs and vegetables in her garden.

Immaculate Conception Catholic Church

Oh, boys!

​Lee attends the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Liberty, Texas, where she participates in the Altar Society, CCE instruction (middle school), and the TVE Catholic Booth.
​Lee has two sons: Colin and Andrew; and one grandson: Allan (AJ).  Her husband is Tommy Chambers. And, of course, her Shadow! Shadow was adopted from the Liberty Animal Shelter. 
​Have confidence in the Lord with all your heart, and do not depend upon your own prudence. In all your ways, consider Him, and He Himself will direct your steps.  Proverbs 3:5,6    
Vote for a professional approach
for the Liberty County Clerk's Office.
Vote for Lee Haidusek Chambers
 Republican Candidate in the
General Election
​November 6, 2018