UPDATED: Incumbent Scott Heselmeyer wins Republican primary election for Williamson County Treasurer


Update, 11:30: With 116 of 118 polling locations reporting, incumbent Scott Heselmeyer has won the 2018 Republican primary election for Williamson County Treasurer with 18,937 votes, representing 62.81 percent of the vote total. Lee Ann Seitsinger has received 11,215 votes.

Original post: Early returns from voting precincts show Scott Heselmeyer with a lead over Lee Ann Seitsinger in the 2018 Republican primary election for Williamson County Treasurer. Heselmeyer has received more than 60 percent of the vote with 10,741 votes, while Seitsinger has received 6,570 votes.

All precincts closed at 7 p.m. tonight and more polling stations have yet to return official results.

Williamson County Treasurer

The Williamson County Treasurer is tasked with managing the cash and cash management strategies of the county. Scott Heselmeyer was appointed to the post in 2017 by Williamson County Commissioners.


Scott Heselmeyer

Experience: Williamson County treasurer since March 2017; practiced law in Williamson County for 14 years; has served on the board of local community banks

Votes: 13,016

Lee Ann Seitsinger

Experience: part-owner of a real estate company; chief financial officer for a local business

Votes: 7,762

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