Here are all the election results a Georgetown resident needs to know

Here are all the election results a Georgetown resident needs to know. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)
Here are all the election results a Georgetown resident needs to know. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)

Here are all the election results a Georgetown resident needs to know. (Ali Linan/Community Impact Newspaper)

Nov. 3 proved to be a busy night, and as all eyes were on the presidential race, there were several local races going on as well. Seats at the school board, city, county and state level were also up for grabs.

Here is a roundup of all the local races that went on in Georgetown. Read more about the election by clicking the title.

Results are unofficial until they are canvassed and certified by the county clerk. Under Texas Election law, the clerk accepts and counts mail-in ballots postmarked by Election Day and received by Nov. 4, if they were sent from inside the U.S., or Nov. 9 if they were sent from outside the U.S.

Georgetown mayor

Josh Schroeder will be the new mayor of Georgetown. Schroeder took 64.54% of the vote. He competed against Jonathan Dade, who received 25.9% of the vote and Larry Brundidge, who received 9.56% of the vote.


Georgetown City Council District 2

In an open seat for the position, candidates Lisa King and Shawn Hood will head to a runoff election in December.

Neither candidate received more than 50% of the vote with King receiving 46.6% and Hood receiving 41.38%.

A third candidate, Jason Wirth, received 12.02%.

Georgetown City Council District 6

Rachael Jonrowe kept her seat on Georgetown City Council. Results show Jonrowe received 62.49% of the vote versus her competitor, Micahel Walton, who received 37.51%.

Georgetown ISD Place 4

Incumbent David Phillips lost his seat on the school board to Stephanie Blanck.

Blanck took 59.62% of the vote, while Phillips had 27.89%. A third candidate, Francis Jackson, took 12.49% of the vote.

Georgetown ISD Place 5

Current board member Melanie Dunham kept her seat taking 66.21% of the vote. She beat out Eric Robinson, who had 33.79% of the votes cast.

County attorney

Dee Hobbs, the incumbent and Republican candidate, maintained his position winning 53.5% of the vote. His opponent Stan O. Springerley took 46.5% of the vote.

County sheriff

Democrats flipped the county sheriff seat with Democratic candidate Mike Gleason set to replace incumbent Robert Chody.

Gleason took 56.06% while Chody had 43.94% of votes cast.

County commissioner Precinct 3

Republican candidate Valerie Covey was able to keep her seat as county commissioner for Precinct 3, which represents north Williamson County. She beat out her opponent, Sharon Cummings, 63.05% to 36.95%.

Texas House District 20

Incumbent and Republican candidate Terry Wilson held on to his seat in the Texas House. Wilson took 71.42% of the vote while his opponent, Jessica Tiedt, took 28.58%.

Texas House District 52

Incumbent and Democratic candidate James Talarico held onto his seat with 51.44% of the vote. His competitor, Lucio Valdez, a Republican, took 48.56% of the vote.

Talarico represents a small portion of south Georgetown residents.

U.S. Congress District 31

Incumbent and Republican candidate John Carter took the win with 53.48% of the vote. He faced two opponents—Donna Imam, a Democrat, who took 44.25% of the vote, and Clark Patterson, a Libertarian, who took 2.24% of the vote.

Visit communityimpact.com/voter-guide/election-results to see results from other local elections.
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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