by Mike Payne
Carter & Gravell Will Uphold Texas' Conservative Values
There is just under a week to go before the 2018 election season is over. The results appear to be about what I expected going into these races. There are a lot of people who have worked
[caption id="attachment_3760" align="alignleft" width="300"] Senator John Cornyn (Credit: David Valdez)[/caption]
Georgetown hosted both Texas Senators October 23 for a Republican Rally at the ballroom in Sun City. The standing-room-only crowd heard from and took photos with all of the Republican candidates who were on hand to
Judge Brandy Hallford was sworn in June 2018 and reports the number of cases she adjudicates is as fulfilling as their diversity.
County Court #1 hears misdemeanor criminal and civil cases, protective orders for victims of family violence, and other family law matters. CC1 also provides
Early voting thru November 2
Early voting continues through November 2.
Ballots in the City of Georgetown include Proposition A, which is the reauthorization of a dedicated 0.25 percent sales tax for street maintenance. The 0.25 sales tax was approved in 2002 and was re-approved by
Following is a list of candidates and issues that will appear on our readers' ballots during early voting Oct 22 - Nov 2 and on Election Day, November 6.
Williamson County has adopted Vote Centers for Election Day voting; i.e., Williamson County voters may vote at
Williamson County Pct 3 Commissioner Valerie Covey was named president of the National Habitat Conservation Plan Coalition (NHCPC) at the group’s meeting in October. The NHCPC was established to further the use, effectiveness of and support for large-scale Habitat Conservation Plans (HCPs) as local solutions
On Tuesday, October 16, Georgetown Eagle Scout Candidate Lucas Friggler was joined by Judge Bill Gravell, Williamson County District Attorney Shawn Dick, Sheriff Robert Chody, and other volunteers to help renovate the Williamson County Child Advocacy Center.
Friggler and other Boy Scouts have organized the renovation
On October 11, Congressman John Carter, Williamson County District Attorney Shawn Dick, Sheriff's Sgt. Gary Haston and Allison Clayton, Texas Innocence Project, were together in the Congressman's former "office" at the 277th District Court to announce the signing of Carter’s Justice Served Act and its
Omar Kadir (D)
What made you decide to run for County Treasurer? Contested elections create a healthy electorate. We all need to have a choice on our ballot.
What qualifications and background do you have for this position?
My entire career has been in the accounting industry.
As Pct. 1 Constable and friend, I support Evelyn McLean for JP3. I write today because of letters I have seen in support of her opponent I find to be factually incorrect. Unfortunately, social media and the press are pretty much the only way voters