Read election Q&A's with Cedar Park, Leander-area candidates

See who is on the ballot in our Leander and Cedar Park coverage area in the upcoming election. Early voting is Oct. 13-30. Election Day is Nov. 3.

U.S. House of Representatives

Q&A: Meet the candidates running for U.S. District 10

Three candidates are on the Nov. 3 ballot.

Williamson County


Election Q&A: Meet Williamson County sheriff candidates

Candidates Robert Chody and Mike Gleason speak on why they are the best candidate and how they will tackle COVID-19 recovery efforts.

Election Q&A: Meet Williamson County Commissioners Court Precinct 3 candidates

Candidates Valerie Covey and Sharon Cummings speak on why they are the best candidate and how they will tackle COVID-19 recovery efforts.

Election Q&A: Meet Williamson County attorney candidates

Meet the candidates running for Williamson County attorney in November.

City of Cedar Park

Election Q&A: Meet the candidates for Cedar Park mayor


Incumbent Mayor Corbin Van Arsdale faces Jim Richardson for the Cedar Park mayoral seat.

Election Q&A: Meet the candidates for Cedar Park City Council Place 2

Incumbent Mel Kirkland faces Bob Cornelius for the Cedar Park City Council Place 2 seat.

Election Q&A: Meet the candidates for Cedar Park City Council Place 4

Eric Boyce and Jim Penniman-Morin are running for Place 4 on Cedar Park City Council.

Election Q&A: Meet the candidates for Cedar Park City Council Place 6

Incumbent Dorian Chavez faces former Council Member Heather Jefts for the Cedar Park City Council Place 6 seat.

Leander ISD

Election Q&A: Meet the candidates for Leander ISD board of trustees Place 3


Christine Mauer, Chris Remy and David "Speedy" Wise are running for Place 3 on the Leander ISD board of trustees.

Election Q&A: Meet the candidates for Leander ISD board of trustees Place 4

Two candidates, Anna Smith and Jeff Johnson, are running for Place 4 on the Leander ISD board of trustees.

Anna Lotz, Ali Linan and Taylor Girtman contributed to this report.


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Council considered 10 applicants Oct. 15 and unanimously appointed Annette Sponseller.

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The public-access lagoon will serve as the centerpiece for more than 1 million square feet of commercial development, including a full-service hotel and conference center planned for the property. (Rendering courtesy city of Leander)
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