Voters across Williamson County went to the polls Saturday to make critical decisions on who to elect for city council, mayor, and school board positions, all of which have direct control over citizens’ money. Also on the ballot were several bond propositions totaling in the hundreds of millions in new debt—some of which shockingly passed with only one total vote in the election.

In Leander, voters chose new pro-taxpayer city council members that may finally remove government barriers that have long blocked the city’s growth, while in Cedar Park, residents reelected incumbents who’ve already raised taxes and made corrupt special deals—though one of the races is facing a recount after the incumbent won by just one vote.

In Round Rock, citizens opted to give two current city council members another term, though both, like in Cedar Park, have also already voted to take more money from citizens.

Below are final results as reported by Williamson County Elections. An asterisk (*) denotes an incumbent.

Bartlett City Council (three at-large seats)
Bobby Freeman (32%)
Isabel DeLaRosa-Figueroa (18%)
Dean Roome (17%)
Sharon Randig* (14%)
Mona Burnett* (11%)
Jesse Luna (7%)

Cedar Park City Council
Place 1 – Tim Kelly (53%), Stephen Thomas* (47%)
Place 3 – Anne Duffy* (51%), Hulyne Christopher (49%)
Place 5 – Heather Jefts* (50.01%), Rodney T. Robinson (49.99%)

Florence Alderpersons (three at-large city council seats)
Amanda Vance (35%)
Lesa Ragsdale (32%)
Richard Moon (22%)
Lori Enright (11%)

Florence Propositions
Proposition A (selling city parkland property) – For (78%), Against (22%)
Proposition B (local sales tax toward municipal streets) – For (88%), Against (12%)

Georgetown School Board
Place 1 – Scott Stribling* (100%)
Place 2 – Elizabeth McFarland (72%), Brian Ortego (28%)
Place 3 – Andy Webb* (52%), Jennifer Wood (48%)

Georgetown City Council
District 3 – Mike Triggs (52%), John Hesser* (48%)
District 4 – Steve Fought* (66%), Joe Reedholm (34%)
District 7 – Tommy Gonzalez* (52%), Jaquita Wilson (48%)

Granger Mayor
Trevor Cheatheam* (58%), Jerry Lalla (42%)

Granger City Council (two at-large seats)
Deborah Todd (33%)
Linda Vrabel (31%)
Jessica Repa (22%)
Robert Snelson (14%)

Granger Proposition
Proposition A (new local sales tax for street upkeep) – For (84%), Against (16%)

Hutto Mayor
Doug Gaul* (64%), Nicole Calderone (36%)

Hutto City Council
Place 3 – Mike Snyder (53%), Nate Killough* (47%)
Place 4 – Peter Gordon (64%), Don Carlson (36%)
Place 6 – Terri Grimm* (43%), Tanner Rose (32%), Shawn Lucas (25%)

Hutto School District 
Proposition A ($194 million) – For (60%), Against (40%)

Leander City Council
Place 1 – Kathryn Pantalion-Parker (66%), Laura Lantrip (34%)
Place 3 – Jason Shaw (68%), Becki Ross (32%)
Place 5 – Chris Czernek (65%), Jeff Seiler* (35%)

Liberty Hill School Board
Place 6 – Vickie Peterson* (100%)
Place 7 – Megan Parsons (52%), Scott Lindquist* (42%), Terry Smith (6%)

Liberty Hill Alderman
Place 1 – Steve McIntosh (64%), Troy Whitehead* (36%)
Place 3 – Gram Lankford (62%), Liz Branigan* (38%)
Place 5 – Liz Rundzieher* (65%), Bill Brannan (35%)

Round Rock City Council
Place 2 – Rene Flores* (52%), Blane Conklin (48%)
Place 6 – Hilda Montgomery* (60%), Selicia Sanchez-Adame (40%)

Taylor City Council
District 1 – Gerald Anderson (62%), Herbert Brinkmeyer (38%)

Williamson County Municipal Utility District No. 19B 
Proposition A (new maintenance & operation tax) – For (100%)
Proposition B ($74 million) – For (100%)
Proposition C ($28 million) – For (100%)
Proposition D ($153 million) – For (100%)

In the election above, only one total vote was cast.

Jacob Asmussen

Jacob Asmussen is a Senior Journalist for Texas Scorecard. He attended the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor and in 2017 earned a double major in public relations and piano performance.

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