by Mike Payne
When considering who should become the next Williamson County Judge, it shouldn’t even be a close call; there is only one candidate in this race who is uniquely qualified to hold that position. When the bona fides are carefully examined, that person is
The Advocate reached out to candidates for Williamson County Precinct 4; Russ Boles, Heather Peal, David Marek and Bobby Seiferman. Candidates who responded by the deadline are included here. • 1. What qualifications and experience do you believe enable you to be ready for the
Although it was likely not the Leffingwell campaign's intent, I watched with delight the video of Judge Bill Gravell dancing in his office. Here is a man introducing a moment of lightness and warmth into a place that is generally filled with anxiety and negativity;
Having been a Republican Precinct Chair for 12 years, I have met many candidates for Judicial benches in Williamson County. None of them have been as prepared to take on this important job as Warren Oliver Waterman. He has the experience across a broad spectrum
Bronson Tucker is challenging Judge Edna Staudt for the office of Justice of the Peace in Precinct 2.
Bronson Tucker is the Director of Curriculum and Staff Attorney for the Texas Justice Court Training Center. Although Justices of the Peace are not required to be
Barton Turek is challenging Cynthia Long for Commissioners Court Precinct 2.
Barton Turek of Liberty Hill is a former law enforcement officer and Emergency Management Deputy Coordinator. He is challenging incumbent Cynthia Long for Precinct 2 Commissioners Court.
Turek works in the private sector now and
I wish to offer my endorsement for Evelyn McLean for Justice of the Peace Precinct 3. I believe the job of JP is three-fold; administration of justice, collection of revenues, and management of a rather large staff of municipal and justice employees. As a law
What inspired you to run for the Texas House?
I have spent a lifetime in service to people in need, including providing food, clothing and shelter to the less fortunate through a faith-based ministry. I see running for office as a continuation of that call to
When we introduced Advocate readers to Betty Schleder in 2014, she had just singlehandedly raised $120,000 to send a contingent of Sun City veterans on an Honor Flight. Schleder is an advocate for strong conservative values, and since 2010 she has annually rounded up a
Conservative Military Veteran Lee Ann Seitsinger formally announced she will seek the Republican nomination for Williamson County Treasurer in the March 6th, 2018 primary election. Seitsinger is a successful small business owner and U.S. Navy veteran with a track record of achievement, conservative fiscal policies,