About Garrett

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Dedicated to the people of Wylie

Garrett chose to put roots down in Wylie with his wife, Andrea, when they had their first son.  They were attracted to Wylie because it’s a safe city with a vibrant, diverse community.  Wylie is a great place to call home.  Garrett is an attorney who represents people who have been hurt by the negligence of others.  He holds people accountable, fights hard on behalf of his clients, and believes that the law should help people who need it most.  He believes the same about our city government, and he wants to fight for you at City Hall to make Wylie an even better place to live.  Garrett has the skills and passion we need.


Garrett is a lifelong Texan, proud father, and a dedicated husband.  He married his high school sweet heart, Andrea, who is an architect and a loving mother.  Garrett was born in Dallas, grew up in Garland, and moved to Wylie after law school.  He graduated from UT Austin with a bachelor's degree and South Texas College of Law Houston with a law degree.  He has been practicing law since November 2016.

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Issues

Our campaign is focused on making Wylie an even better place to live and raise a family:

  • Garrett will promote public safety by supporting our police and fire departments. 
  • He will work to maintain our small town feel as Wylie grows. 
  • He'll strengthen local businesses and encourage economic development.
  • Garrett will uphold high standards for the public services that we rely upon.

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Get Involved

 We are inspired by our city’s past and working to make our future even brighter.


Are you ready to volunteer or show your support? Email our campaign today at gwmize@gmail.com to learn about upcoming volunteer opportunities or to request a yard sign.


Be Wise, Vote Mize!

 Election day is November 3, 2020.  Early voting is October 19-30.  Are you registered to vote?  Get registered today and be ready to head to the polls at the Smith Public Library with your family and neighbors to support Garrett. Contact the city for other voting methods to protect yourself from coronavirus.