Williamson County Commissioner Terry Cook out-raises and out-spends opponent in re-election bid

See how Williamson County commissioner candidates are spending campaign funds. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
See how Williamson County commissioner candidates are spending campaign funds. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

See how Williamson County commissioner candidates are spending campaign funds. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Williamson County Precinct 1 Commissioner Terry Cook has out-raised and out-spent her opponent Nikki Gonzales as well as other Commissioners Court candidates, according to campaign finance reports.

With less than 30 days until the November election, county Commissioner Court candidates submitted their most recent campaign finance reports by the Oct. 5 deadline. The reports detail expenditures and donations from July 1 through September.

Cook has raised the most money at $5,750 while Gonzales raised $2,500 in the same time period. Additionally, Cook spent $5,168 mostly on advertising, and Gonzales spent $729 on campaign services, documents show.

Precinct 3 incumbent Valerie Covey has raised $1,500 while she spent $4,028. Her opponent Sharon Cummings out-raised her documenting $2,741 in contributions while expensing $1,164, documents said.

Early voting begins Oct. 13 and runs through Oct. 30. Election Day is Nov. 3.


For more Williamson County election coverage, click here.


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