UPDATE: Incumbent Brigid Shea secures re-election as Travis County Precinct 2 commissioner; recount to be requested in Precinct 4 race

Both Travis County commissioner candidates will be unopposed during the general election. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Both Travis County commissioner candidates will be unopposed during the general election. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Both Travis County commissioner candidates will be unopposed during the general election. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

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Updated 4:55 p.m. March 3

The Travis County Clerk's office said a recount can not be requested until after the votes are canvassed.

Update 3:50 p.m. March 2

Susanna Ledesma-Woody has called for a recount in the Travis County Precinct 4 commissioner Democratic primary after losing the race by just over 200 votes.


Incumbent Margaret Gómez received 50.51% of the total votes, per the current count.

“The Gómez campaign will respect the process and results of a recount if it occurs. However, we are confident that we have won this election and remain grateful for our supporters,” said Joe Cascino, campaign manager for Gómez, in a statement.

Updates 8 a.m. March 2

Incumbents Brigid Shea and Margaret Gomez secured nominations for Travis County commissioner precincts 2 and 4 in Democratic primaries. Shea received 75.89% of the vote. Gomez received 50.51%, winning by just over 200 votes. Both candidates will be unopposed during the general election.

Updated 11:14 p.m. March 1

Two Travis County commissioners are facing challengers in the March primaries.

Incumbent Brigid Shea is leading the Precinct 2 Democratic primary race with 19,834 votes, which is 75.51% of the current total. Bob Libal has 6,434 votes.

The Precinct 4 Democratic race is separated by slightly over 200 votes. Susanna Ledesma-Woody has 9,876 votes, or 49.79% of the total, while Margaret Gomez, the incumbent, has 9,959 votes, or 50.21% of the total.
By Darcy Sprague

Editor, Central and Southwest Austin

Darcy joined Community Impact Newspaper in Aug. 2021. Previously, she has covered local news from San Antonio to Dallas and reported nationally on education. Darcy graduated from Texas State University.