Bruce L. Woodbury was born and raised in Las Vegas, NV. After graduating from Stanford Law School, he returned home, settling in Boulder City and beginning a law practice. He is the longest serving Clark County Commissioner in history, having been appointed to fill a vacancy in 1981, and being returned by voters in seven consecutive elections until he was term-limited in 2009.
Bruce is well known for his work on flood control and transportation, with the Clark County Beltway named in his honor. Bruce has received numerous honors for his honest and diligent service. He and his wife, Rose, have seven children.