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With more than 607,000 residents, 1,800 employees, five senior division chiefs and 28 elected officials, Williamson County is hardly a sleepy Texas hamlet any more. Having earned 103,740 votes on election day, Bill
Williamson County voters set a record for voter participation (62.25%) in the 2018 midterm election. But, Glenda Dennison of Sun City personally embodied a true commitment to civic responsibility and inspired thousands on social media with her story. Glenda has a terminal diagnosis of brain
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
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
Williamson County Republicans have been knocking on doors for the past two months as ONE TEAM.
Appearances of Senators Cruz and Cornyn and several state office holders is testimony to the reputation and voting power of Williamson County residents.
Candidate for JP3 Evelyn McLean explains, "Without a
Republican candidate for County Judge Bill Gravell took a break from the campaign for a ride-out with Sheriff Robert Chody to gain a better understanding—from the ground—of what law enforcement officers do and need on a day-to-day basis.
“I want our deputies and Law Enforcement personnel
by Mike Payne
Some might say that I’m not the best person to write about the Republican candidate for County Judge of Williamson County, Bill Gravell. Why? Because we have known each other for the better part of a decade, and yes, become friends, they would
Candidate for County Judge Bill Gravell announced this week that while he does plan to ensure Williamson County does not become a sanctuary county, he is unequivocally opposed to separating children from their families. "Caging children is an absolute wrong," Judge Gravell says, "But we
by Mike Payne
Politics in Williamson County went pretty much as expected in recent elections. Republicans held on almost everywhere, despite increasing efforts by Democrats to change the landscape. Much adulation and roaring came from the Left about the “closing gap” that they said should be