Cecil Ince (b. December 29, 1975) was a 2014 Libertarian candidate who sought election to the Greene County Commission Representing the 2nd District receiver over 20% of the vote in a two-way race against Republican Lincoln Hough. to the U.S. House to represent the 3rd Congressional District of Texas. In 2010, Ince unsuccessfully ran for election to the Texas House of Representatives. He was defeated by Republican incumbent Linda Harper-Brown.
Cecil is seeking to serve in the Missouri State Senate 30th District.
Ince is a native Texan. In 2000, he joined the Libertarian party and has run in multiple elections.
In 2002, he unsuccessfully ran for the Missouri Legislature representing the 137th District. In 2002, he announced an intention to run in the Missouri State Representative race representing District 23, but withdrew from the race. He had announced himself as a Republican candidate. He tried his hand at Missouri politics in 2004, running as a Libertarian for Missouri Secretary of State. He was defeated by Robin Carnahan (R).
Moving on to Texas politics, he was defeated by Linda Harper-Brown (R) in his bid for the Texas House of Representatives representing District 105 in 2010.
In addition to his own campaigns, Ince has participated in other forms of political advocacy. He advocated for the Dominic James Memorial Foster Care Reform Act of 2004. In 2009, he was appointed to the Dallas County Libertarian Party’s Executive Committee 4th District seat. Cecil currently is the 7th Congressional District Executive Committee Member of the Missouri Libertarian Party and is Committeemen for the Libertarian Party of Greene County.
Ince has also pursued a career in the entertainment industry as an actor, voice-talent, director, screenwriter, musician. In 2008, he received an associate degree in applied arts with a concentration in acting performance from KD College, a subsidiary of KD Studio, Inc. In 2016, Cecil promoted the cause of Libertarian Election Judges, he registered to serve as a Poll Worker during the 2016 election. Because of encouraging Libertarians to serve as election judges approximately 5 libertarians served as libertarian Poll Workers during the 2016 and 2017 elections. 2017, Cecil announced that he will be entering an agreement with the Missouri Libertarian Party and thereafter registering as a libertarian lobbyist in the state of Missouri. Cecil currently resides in Springfield Missouri.