Republican candidates for Williamson County treasurer, clerk lead in campaign fundraising

David Heselmeyer and Nancy Rister, the Republican candidates for county treasurer and clerk, respectively, have raised more campaign money than their Democratic opponents.

David Heselmeyer and Nancy Rister, the Republican candidates for county treasurer and clerk, respectively, have raised more campaign money than their Democratic opponents.

(Editor's note: The original version of this story was corrected to Scott Heselmeyer as the incumbent county treasurer).

Scott Heselmeyer and Nancy Rister, the Republican candidates for Williamson County treasurer and clerk, respectively, have raised more campaign money than their Democratic opponents, according to 30-day campaign finance reports.

Heselmeyer, the incumbent county treasurer, raised about $4,400 between July 1 and Sept. 27, documents show. Omar Kadir, an accountant and her Democratic opponent, raised about $3,300 during the same period of time.

Rister, the incumbent county clerk, raised about $10,700 between July 1 and Sept. 27, documents show. Jessica Tiedt, a senior technical support engineer who is running as a Democrat, raised about $4,800.

Tuesday was the deadline for candidates and political committees that accept political contributions, make political expenditures or are involved in other election-related activity to file 30-day campaign finance reports.

Early voting begins Oct. 22. Election Day is Nov. 6.

For more details, click the name of each candidate.

COUNTY TREASURER


Scott Heselmeyer (Republican)


Total political contribution: $4,405
Total political expenditure: $7,774.60
Loans: $5,000

Contributions from corporations or labor organizations:
$150: Sheets and Crossfield, Round Rock, Sept. 12
$200: Williamson County Republican Women PAC, Sept. 18

Top expenditures from political contributions:
$5,322.25: Consulting and advertising
$2,406: Advertising

Omar Kadir (Democrat)


Total political contribution: $3,351
Total political expenditure: $3883.26

Contributions from corporations or labor organizations:
None

Top expenditures from political contributions:
$1,374.86: Advertising, Sept. 4
$818.98: Advertising, Sept. 13
$1,100.61: Advertising, Sept. 19

COUNTY CLERK


Nancy Rister (Republican)


Total political contribution: $10,753.69
Total political expenditure: $4,631.65
Non-monetary political contributions: $3,813.69

Contributions from corporations or labor organizations:
$200: Tre PAC, Set. 6
$300: WCRW PAC, Sept. 13

Top expenditures from political contributions:
$2,652.13: Printing, July 17
$511.58: Printing, July 20
$788.08: Printing, Aug. 22

Jessica Tiedt (Democrat)


Total Political contribution: $4,809
Total political expenditure: $3,549.92
Non-monetary political contributions: $888
Loans: $532.17

Contributions from corporations or labor organizations:
None

Top expenditures from political contributions:
$625: Printing, Aug. 28
$484.96: Printing, Aug. 3
$952: Printing, Aug. 28


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