Democrat Kasey Redus is up against Republican incumbent Cynthia Long for Williamson County Commissioner, Precinct 2.
Updated Nov. 8 at 10:04 a.m.
Updated election results from Williamson County, including about 2,300 mail-in ballots and counts from all polling locations, show Republican incumbent Cynthia Long received 52.87 percent of votes, and Democrat Kasey Redus received 47.13 percent of votes.
Votes from one iVotronic voting machine from one day of early voting and provisional ballots are not yet counted, according to the county.
Updated Nov. 6 at 11:54 p.m.
With 52 out of 59 polling locations in Williamson County reporting, incumbent Cynthia Long has earned 52.51 percent of votes in the race for Williamson County Commissioner, Precinct 2, according to unofficial results from the county.
Long, the Republican candidate, beat Democratic opponent Kasey Redus, who received 47.49 percent of the vote.
"I am [...] thankful and appreciative of the confidence they've put in me to continue to serve them and serve Williamson County," Long said.
All results are unofficial until canvassed.
Original story posted Nov. 6 at 7:22 p.m.
Cynthia Long is in the lead for Williamson County Commissioner, Precinct 2. Unofficial early voting results show Long received 20,816 votes, and Kasey Redus received 19,813 votes, according to Williamson County election results. Redus is behind Long by 2.46% of the vote.
Long, the Republican incumbent, has served as county commissioner since 2006. Redus, Long’s Democratic opponent, is the owner of Primrose School at Vista Ridge. More information on Long and Redus can be found in this Q&A with the candidates.
Precinct 2 includes Leander, Cedar Park, Liberty Hill and parts of Austin.
This story will be updated as Election Day votes are released. All results are unofficial until canvassed.
Marisa Charpentier joined Community Impact in September 2018. After working as an intern, she became a reporter for the Cedar Park | Leander edition in October 2018. Charpentier graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with degrees in journalism and Plan II Honors.