On September 16, the Williamson County GOP held a rally in Georgetown to celebrate keynote speakers Ronna McDaniel, National GOP Chair and Texas Chair Allen West. While advocating for the platform and President Trump, they extolled the need to get out the vote, and focus
Sheriff Robert Chody understands law enforcement is about more than arrests. Since his election in 2016, he has created and affected many changes to make Williamson a safer and more connected county. He spoke with the Advocate to talk about his “top five” and other
by Mike Payne
Some years it is difficult to determine who would make the best mayor for Georgetown. This year, however, the choice is clear. Never in our history of endorsement has there been an easier selection for who should lead the city. That person is
The Williamson County Justice Center houses nine courts and two prosecutors’ offices. It is where most official public records are filed and kept, including death records, marriage licenses, and probate and property records. In short, it is always busy.
Prior to the pandemic, a typical day
It is every citizen’s right to make assertions about an organization or individual on social and local media when concerned about appropriate governance. Likewise, it is also the right of elected officials to ensure corresponding facts are made public when necessary.
Even when untrue, damage to
My Dearest Son,
As you prepare to go to the polls for the first time tomorrow, I want you to keep in mind the power of your vote.
Back in 2020, our election went off the rails and people kinda lost their minds over things no one
While we are watching the Presidential debates this month, the Republican National Convention seems like old news. However, the recent Supreme Court nomination has brought one RNC speaker’s mission back to the forefront of our national conscience.
The Advocate reached out to Abby Johnson, after she
This time next month, the Electoral College may be all anyone can talk about. Whether you believe it is a brilliant, sensible, and prescient design by our Founding Fathers, or an outdated concept that has cheated the American people out of a popularly-elected President and
Candidate for Georgetown Mayor Josh Schroeder believes, when it comes to managing growth in Georgetown, it is important to recognize there are limited options. “The key is understanding that growth will happen in and around Georgetown. We only get to choose whether we manage the