Open Houses Allow Voters to Try New System Before Election
When Williamson County voters head to the polls this fall, they will be using new voting equipment that provides a paper audit trail. The new system by Election Systems and Software (ES&S) is a two-step process
In January, Williamson County was awarded a grant, via the Lone Star Justice Alliance (LSJA), to support a new program, Second Chance Community Improvement Program (SCCIP), which provides an alternative to incarceration for emerging adults.
Defined as individuals age 17-24 years, these offenders are too old
Williamson County’s Republican nominee for County Judge is looking forward to walking arm in arm to the ballot box with his fellow nominees in November.
Judge Bill Gravell says, “I am humbled to be the Republican nominee, and I look forward to working and serving in
Business Acumen Bringing Greater Order to the Court
The race for Williamson County Judge is heating up in the brand new year and The Advocate sat down with Judge Bill Gravell to discuss some of his qualifications and experience related to managing Williamson County's growth, finances
Despite opposition press and attempts to paint Judge Bill Gravell as unprepared for the job of County Judge and, in addition to hundreds of residents, business owners and every participating law enforcement and firefighter association in Williamson County, Gravell has received the endorsement of 51
[caption id="attachment_2776" align="alignright" width="300"] Judge Bill Gravell and County Attorney Dee Hobbs in the Taylor Christmas Parade of Lights December 2[/caption]
Texas Judge of the Year says he values hearing from citizens; vows to hold the line on taxes.
After months of deliberation and prayerful reflection,