Here are the candidates running in Williamson County elections in November

Candidates have been announced for Williamson County in the upcoming Nov. 3 election. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Candidates have been announced for Williamson County in the upcoming Nov. 3 election. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Candidates have been announced for Williamson County in the upcoming Nov. 3 election. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

With 76 days until the November election, here is who you can expect to be on the ballot for Williamson County positions.

There are seven contested races including county sheriff and county commissioners precincts 1 and 3.

The filing deadline was 5 p.m. on Aug. 17.

Early voting will run from Oct. 13-30. Election Day is Nov. 3.

The following candidates are in contested races and have filed to run in the upcoming election. Occupations listed are based on information from filing documents:


County attorney: currently held by Dee Hobbs

  • Dee Hobbs, Republican, county attorney

  • Stan O. Springerley, Democrat, attorney


Sheriff: currently held by Robert Chody


  • Robert Chody, Republican, sheriff

  • Mike Gleason, Democrat, self-employed/retired


County commissioner Precinct 1: currently held by Terry Cook


  • Terry Cook, Democrat, county commissioner

  • Nikki Gonzales, Republican, director


County commissioner Precinct 3: currently held by Valerie Covey


  • Valerie Covey, Republican, county commissioner

  • Sharon Cummings, Democrat, retired


County constable Precinct 1: currently held by Vinnie Cherrone


  • Mickey Chance, Democrat, retired

  • Vinnie Cherrone, Republican, constable


County constable Precinct 2: currently held by Rick Coffman


  • Jeff Anderson, Republican, self-employed

  • Robert Tijerina, Democrat, law enforcement


County constable Precinct 4: currently held by Marty Ruble


  • Paul Leal, Republican, sergeant deputy

  • Perry Travis, Democrat, security

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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