With early voting for the 2018 Primaries underway and nominations/elections just days away, the publishers and staff wish to address our Texas and County leadership.
There is no question Texas is unique in the Union for its history and personality. Williamson County, in particular, is a
Incumbent Williamson County Treasurer Scott Heselmeyer is campaigning to remain in office. Having been appointed by Commissioner's Court in March 2017, he is pleased to report an increase of more than $2 million in investment value over the past 11 months.
The Commissioners’ Court unanimously Heselmeyer
Judge Edna Staudt is the incumbent in the office of Justice of the Peace, Williamson County Precinct 2. She has held the position since her first election in 1994. She is being challenged by Bronson Tucker, Director of Curriculum and Staff Attorney at the Texas
I wholeheartedly endorse Bill Gravell for County Judge. I am no crony. And I can promise you our judges earn their living every day serving you. Something that goes forgotten is just how often Judge Gravell serves us. All of the little things people don't
Williamson County would do itself a favor by voting to keep Scott Heselmeyer as our county treasurer. Scott has a strong track record as a very fiscally conservative Republican who makes very wise and sound decisions. Having known Scott well for many years, I can
Time to Trim the Baloney - Every citizen’s duty is to research and study election candidate information and separate exaggeration from fact. Necessity of performing this duty is strongly supported by Studying court records of County Court at Law 1. Contrary to other information being
We are writing to urge voters to join us in supporting Frank Leffingwell for Williamson County Judge in the Republican Primary Election. When you add up the over 100 years of combined experience we have on the commissioners’ court, we know what it takes to
Texas District 52 includes parts of Georgetown, Round Rock, Hutto, Pflugerville, Austin and Taylor. He is opposed by Cynthia Flores and Jeremy Story.
Chris Ward threw his hat into the political ring when he realized his escrow wasn't covering his property taxes. "I looked at
Brandy Hallford is running for Judge County Court at Law #1. This court hears family, civil, probate and criminal cases.
Hallford believes she is prepared and ready for serve the people as judge because her father taught her that a person has to work in the
Colonel Terry Wilson, US Army Retired, is in his freshman session as Texas Representative of District 20, which includes Burnet, Milam and part of Williamson Counties.
The Advocate sat down with Rep. Wilson to gain a better understanding of the symbiotic relationship between our counties