November 2020 election: Here are the candidates on the ballot in Williamson County

Early voting begins Oct. 13, ballot box
Early voting begins Oct. 13 in Williamson County and in Texas for the Nov. 3 elections.

Early voting begins Oct. 13 in Williamson County and in Texas for the Nov. 3 elections.

Early voting begins Oct. 13 for the general election in Texas. Election Day is Nov. 3.



Who is on the ballot?




President/Vice-President

Donald J. Trump/Michael R. Pence - Republican

Joseph R. Biden/Kamala D. Harris - Democrat

Jo Jorgensen/Jeremy "Spike" Cohen - Libertarian


Howie Hawkins/Angela Walker - Green

U.S. Senator

John Cornyn - Republican

Mary "Mj" Hegar - Democrat

Kerry Douglas McKennon - Libertarian

David B. Collins - Green

U.S. Representative District 31

John Carter - Republican

Donna Imam - Democrat

Clark Patterson - Libertarian

Railroad Commissioner

James "Jim" Wright - Republican

Chrysta Castañeda - Democrat

Matt Sterett - Libertarian

Katija "Kat" Gruene - Green

Chief Justice, Supreme Court

Nathan Hecht - Republican

Amy Clark Meachum - Democrat

Mark Ash - Libertarian

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6 - Unexpired Term

Jane Bland - Republican

Kathy Cheng - Democrat

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 7

Jeff Boyd - Republican

Staci Williams - Democrat

William Bryan Strange III - Libertarian

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 8

Brett Busby - Republican

Gisela D. Triana - Democrat

Tom Oxford - Libertarian

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals Place 3

Bert Richardson - Republican

Elizabeth Davis Frizell - Democrat

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals Place 4

Kevin Patrick Yeary - Republican

Tina Clinton - Democrat

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals Place 9

David Newell - Republican

Brandon Birmingham - Democrat

Member, State Board of Education, District 10

Tom Maynard - Republican

Marsha Burnett-Webster - Democrat

Trip Seibold - Libertarian

State Representative District 20

Terry M. Wilson - Republican

Jessica Tiedt - Democrat

State Representative District 52

Lucio Valdez - Republican

James Talarico - Democrat

State Representative District 136

Mike Guevara - Republican

John H. Bucy III - Democrat

Brian Elliott - Libertarian

Chief Justice, 3rd Court of Appeals District

Jeff Rose - Republican

Darlene Byrne - Democrat

District Judge, 26th Judicial District

Donna King - Republican

Brian McConnell - Democrat

District Judge, 395th Judicial District

Ryan Larson - Republican

Lucio Del Toro - Democrat

District Judge, 425th Judicial District

Betsy F. Lambeth - Republican

District Attorney, 26th Judicial District

Shawn Dick - Republican

County Attorney

Dee Hobbs - Republican

Stan O. Springerley - Democrat

Sheriff

Robert Chody - Republican

Mike Gleason - Democrat

County Tax Assessor-Collector

Larry Gaddes - Republican

County Commissioner Precinct 1

Nikki Gonzales - Republican

Terry Cook - Democrat

County Commissioner Precinct 3

Valerie Covey - Republican

Sharon Cummings - Democrat

County Constable Precinct 1

Vinnie Cherrone - Republican

Mickey Chance - Democrat

County Constable Precinct 2

Jeff Anderson - Republican

Robert Tijerina - Democrat

County Constable Precinct 3

Kevin Stofle - Republican

County Constable Precinct 4

Paul Leal - Republican

Perry Travis - Democrat

Where can I vote early?




The state is not allowing mail-in ballots specifically for COVID-19 unless voters can cite a disability. The deadline to request a mail-in ballot must be received by Oct. 23, however election officials encourage requests to be made as early as possible to ensure deadlines are met.

Williamson County has 19 early voting sites. Williamson County voters can cast a ballot at any polling location within the county. Locations are subject to change as the election nears. Here are the locations for early voting.


  • Anderson Mill Limited District, 11500 El Salido Parkway, Austin



  • RE Hartfield Performing Arts Center, 5800 McNeil Drive, Austin



  • Spicewood Springs Library, 8637 Spicewood Springs Road, Austin



  • Cedar Park Public Library, 550 Discovery Blvd., Cedar Park



  • Cedar Park Randalls, 1400 Cypress Creek Road, Cedar Park



  • Georgetown ISD Technology Building, 603 Lakeway Drive, Georgetown



  • Georgetown Randalls, 5721 Williams Drive, Georgetown



  • Georgetown Parks & Recreation Administration Building, 1101 North College St., Georgetown



  • The Worship Place Church, 811 Sun City Blvd., Georgetown



  • Williamson County Georgetown Annex, 100 Wilco Way, HR108, Georgetown



  • Wilco Hutto Annex, 321 Ed Schmidt Blvd., Ste. 100, Hutto



  • Jarrell ISD Administration, 108 E. Avenue F, Jarrell



  • Pat Bryson Municipal Hall, 201 N. Brushy St., Leander



  • Liberty Hill Municipal Court, 2801 RR 1869, Liberty Hill



  • Baca Senior Center, 301 W. Bagdad St., Bldg. 2, Round Rock



  • Brushy Creek Community Center, 16318 Great Oaks Drive, Round Rock



  • Round Rock Randalls, 2051 Gattis School Road, Round Rock



  • Williamson County Jester Annex, 1801 E. Old Settlers Blvd., Round Rock



  • Taylor City Hall, 400 Porter St., Taylor




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How to vote?




Williamson County purchased new voting machines in 2019, moving away from paperless machines to a system in which voters print their ballots on one machine and walk to a second machine which will tabulate results.

For voters who have not cast a ballot since at least November 2019, here is a tutorial on how to use the new machines.

When can I vote early?




Early voting begins Oct. 13 and goes through Oct. 30. Here are the early voting times and dates. Times and dates are subject to change as the election nears.

Oct.13 through Oct. 30: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. (except Sundays)

Oct. 18 and Oct. 25: 1 to 6 p.m.
By Ali Linan
Ali Linan began covering Georgetown for Community Impact Newspaper in 2018. Her reporting focuses on education and Williamson County. Ali hails from El Paso and graduated from Syracuse University in 2017.


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