Updated 9:30 p.m.

Incumbent Georgetown Mayor Josh Schroeder has been re-elected with 85.6% of the vote, according to final election day results from Williamson County.

His challenger, Jonathan Dade, received the other 14.4% of the vote, or 898 votes, to Schroeder’s 5,340.

Schroeder said he ran for re-election to complete the planning work the city has began in response to its rapid growth.

“I’m thrilled that the community is going to give me another opportunity to serve for another three years,” Schroeder said. “We have a lot of important work to do over the next three years, and I’m going to get started tomorrow morning.”

Posted 7:14 p.m.

With Williamson County reporting early voting results as of 7 p.m., incumbent Mayor Josh Schroeder is leading over challenger Jonanthan Dade.

Schroeder, an attorney, has received 86.5% of the vote, or 4,299 votes. He was first elected to be Georgetown’s mayor in November 2020.

His challenger, rabbi and author Jonathan Dade trails with 671 votes, or 13.5%.

The Georgetown mayor is elected at large to a three-year term. Read Community Impact’s Q&A with both candidates here.

The mayoral race was the only contested city of Georgetown election on the May 6 ballot. Shawn Hood and Jake French, the District 2 and District 6 incumbents, respectively, ran for re-election unopposed.

During the early voting period, 6.7% of registered Williamson County voters cast ballots.

Results are unofficial until canvassed. Visit communityimpact.com/voter-guide to see results from all local elections in your community.