Williamson County: 2022 Primary Elections Results
Results for the Williamson County primaries have been tallied, and many of the county's incumbents will continue their bid for reelection in November's general election.
County Judge Bill Gravell, Precinct 2 Commissioner Cynthia Long and Precinct 4 Commissioner Russ Boles all beat their GOP opponents. They will face a Democratic challenger in the fall. The Democratic candidates for the Commissioners Court ran unopposed.
More results from the county can be found below. And all other results from federal and statewide races can be foundhere.
* Indicates incumbent
Republican: Ryan Gallagher (42.87%), Bill Gravell* (57.13%)
Democrat: Blane Conklin (100%)
County courts at law
Judge, No. 1
Republican: Brandy Hallford* (100%)
Democrat: Brian McConnell (100%)
Judge, No. 2
Republican: Laura Barker* (75.82%), Robert F. Maier (24.18%)
Judge, No. 3
Republican: Doug Arnold* (100%)
Democrat: Thomas Velez (100%)
Judge, No. 4
Republican: John B. McMaster* (100%)
Republican: Lisa David* (100%)
Republican: Nancy E. Rister* (100%)
Democrat: Erica Smith (100%)
Republican: Scott Heselmeyer (100%)
Republican: Matthew Lindemann (100%)
Precinct 2 covers the western part of the county including Liberty Hill, Cedar Park and Leander.
Republican: J.T. Cox (43.70%), Cynthia Long* (56.30%)
Democrat: Brigid Lester (100%)
Precinct 4 encompasses the eastern side of the county from Hutto out to Thorndale and up towards Granger to Bartlett and Jarrell.
Republican: Terri Romere (39.17%), Russ Boles* (60.83%)
Democrat: Jose Orta (100%)
Justices of the peace
Republican: Russell Winston Collins (100%)
Democrat: KT Musselman* (100%)
Republican: Angela Williams (100%)
Democrat: Sara Groff (83.21%), Jim MacKay (16.79%)
Republican: Evelyn McLean* (100%)
Democrat: Renée Schalk (100%)
Republican: Carole Callahan (26.27%), Rhonda Redden (50.35%), Matthew Brading (23.38%)
Democrat: Stacy Hackenberg* (100%)