See which elected positions are on May, November 2020 ballots in Round Rock, Pflugerville, Hutto, Williamson and Travis counties

In addition to the presidential election in November, here is a look at local positions, including City Council seats, county official roles and school district trustee places, that are up for election in 2020. (Photo courtesy Williamson County)
In addition to the presidential election in November, here is a look at local positions, including City Council seats, county official roles and school district trustee places, that are up for election in 2020. (Photo courtesy Williamson County)

In addition to the presidential election in November, here is a look at local positions, including City Council seats, county official roles and school district trustee places, that are up for election in 2020. (Photo courtesy Williamson County)

Local leadership will take center stage this year, with a host of elections in May and November. In addition to the presidential election in November, here is a look at local positions—City Council seats, county official roles and school district trustee places—up for election in 2020.

Round Rock City Council is composed of the mayor and six other council members. Members are elected at large to serve staggered, three-year terms.
May 2020

Mayor: currently held by Craig Morgan

Place 1: currently held by Tammy Young

Place 4: currently held by Will Peckham

Pflugerville City Council is composed of the mayor and six other council members. Members are elected at large to serve staggered, three-year terms.

November 2020

Place 2: currently held by Jeff Marsh

Place 4: currently held by Rudy Metayer

Place 6: currently held by Jim McDonald

Hutto City Council is composed of the mayor and six other council members. Members are elected at large to serve staggered, three-year terms.

May 2020

Place 1: currently held by Scott Rose

Place 4: currently held by Peter Gordon


Round Rock ISD board of trustees is composed of seven members. Trustees are elected at large to serve staggered, four-year terms.

November 2020

Place 1: currently held by Nikki Gonzales

Place 2: currently held by Charles “Chad” Chadwell

Place 7: currently held by Mason Moses

Pflugerville ISD board of trustees is composed of seven members. Trustees are elected at large to serve staggered terms.

May 2020

Place 6: currently held by Larry Bradley

Place 7: currently held by Rob Reyes

Hutto ISD board of trustees is composed of seven members. Trustees are elected at large to serve staggered, three-year terms. HISD board seats do not have assigned numbers.

May 2020

Place currently held by Connie Gooding

Place currently held by Scott Feller


Upper Brushy Creek Water Control and Improvement District is composed of five directors. Directors are elected at large to serve staggered, four-year terms.

May 2020

Place 3: currently held by Miguel Villarreal

Place 4: currently held by Jeremiah D. Williams

Place 5: currently held by Mike Freeman


Travis County Commissioners Court is composed of four commissioners, overseen by a county judge. Commissioners are elected by voters of their precinct; the judge is elected by voters of the county. Each serves a four-year term.

November 2020

Precinct 1: currently held by Jeff Travillion

Precinct 3: currently held by Gerald Daugherty


Travis County, other elected officials

November 2020

District Attorney: currently held by Margaret Moore

County Attorney: currently held by David Escamilla

Sheriff: currently held by Sally Hernandez

Tax Assessor-Collector: currently held by Bruce Elfant

Constable Precinct 1: currently held by Danny Thomas

Constable Precinct 2: currently held by Adan Ballesteros

Constable Precinct 3: currently held by Stacy Suits

Constable Precinct 4: currently held by George Morales III

Constable Precinct 5: currently held by Carlos Lopez

Williamson County Commissioners Court is composed of four commissioners, overseen by a county judge. Commissioners are elected by voters of their precinct; the judge is elected by voters of the county. Each serves a four-year term.

November 2020

Precinct 1: currently held by Terry Cook

Precinct 3: currently held by Valerie Covey


Williamson County, other elected officials

November 2020

District Attorney: currently held by Shawn Dick

County Attorney: currently held by Doyle "Dee" Hobbs Jr.

Sheriff: currently held by Robert Chody

Tax Assessor-Collector: currently held by Larry Gaddes

Constable Precinct 1: currently held by Vinnie Cherrone

Constable Precinct 2: currently held by Rick Coffman

Constable Precinct 3: currently held by Kevin Stofle

Constable Precinct 4: currently held by Marty Ruble
By Taylor Jackson Buchanan
Taylor Buchanan joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2018 after completing a master of journalism degree from the University of Texas. She worked as the senior reporter for Community Impact's Southwest Austin edition and is now the editor for the company's flagship Round Rock/Pflugerville/Hutto edition.


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