When the pandemic began changing our daily lives, cities and counties handled various situations differently. Georgetown attorney Josh Schroeder was part of an ad hoc committee of business leaders that developed a plan to re-open businesses. “When things began heating up, there was a lot
Bill Gravell took the final oath at the historic courthouse January 1, sworn by Texas Supreme Court Chief Justice Nathan Hecht and surrounded by family and grandchildren. Having won their respective races, other officials sworn in were Judge KT Musselman (JP1), Judge Ed Edna Staudt
Omar Kadir (D)
What made you decide to run for County Treasurer? Contested elections create a healthy electorate. We all need to have a choice on our ballot.
What qualifications and background do you have for this position?
My entire career has been in the accounting industry.
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
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
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
Scott Heselmeyer is the incumbent in the office of Williamson County Treasurer. He has held the position since he was appointed in March 2017. He is being challenged by LeeAnn Seitsinger, a US Navy Veteran, real estate broker and owner of Tula Properties in Williamson
[caption id="attachment_1688" align="alignleft" width="300"] Jerri Jones got help from husband Bob during her oath for County Auditor[/caption]
Williamson County Commissioners and County Judge Dan Gattis appointed attorney Scott Heselmeyer to fill the remainder of County Treasurer Jerri Jones' term of office. Heselmeyer was sworn in March