The Williamson County Board of Commissioners is the legislative body of the county government and the primary policy-making body in the county. The Commissioners oversee the departments of the county government, set the budget and serve on committees as appointed by the County Mayor. The County Commission consists of 24 elected members, two from each of the 12 voting districts, each of whom serves a four-year term in office.

  • Incumbents: A list of all 24 current members can be found here.
  • Qualifications: Resident of Williamson County
  • Time Commitment (full- or part-time): Part-Time
  • Salary/Stipend: $600/month

Election Information

  • Primary Election: May 3, 2022. Voters can select the Democratic or Republican primary ballot. Two candidates from each political party advance to General Election
  • General Election: August 4, 2022. Voters choose 2 Commissioners for their county district
  • Candidates: 

District 1

LaRhonda Williams (Democrat)

Dwight "Bubba" Jones (Republican)

Ricky D Jones (Republican)

Lisa Lenox (Republican)

Scott Lucas (Republican

District 2

Allen (Drell) Floyd (Republican)

Judy Lunch Herbert (Republican)

Elizabeth C "Betsy" Hester (Republican)

Andy Moriarty (Republican)

District 3

Matthew Harakas (Democrat)

Jeff Graves (Republican)

Jennifer Moore Mason (Republican)

Daniel T Jordan (Independent)

District 4

Gregg B. Lawrence (Republican)

Peter Stresser (Republican)

Tom Atema (Independent)

District 5

Robin Baldree (Republican)

Mary Smith (Republican)

Tommy Little (Republican)

Greg Sanford (Republican)

Rob Verell (Republican)

H Evan Bledsoe (Independent)

Michael B Gallik (Independent)

District 6

Erin Nations (Republican)

Paul L Webb (Republican)

District 7

Bert Chalfant (Republican)

Christopher S Richards (Republican)

Tom Tunnicliffe (Republican)

District 8

Jerry W Rainey (Republican)

Barb Sturgeon (Republican)

Drew Torres (Republican)

District 9

Chas Morton (Republican)

Matt Williams (Republican)

District 10

Courtenay Rogers (Democrat)

Kenneth Townsend (Democrat)

Bradley Diaz (Republican)

Meghan Guffee (Republican)

David Landrum (Republican)

District 11

Johnna D Carter-Haynes (Democrat)

Sean R Aiello (Republican)

Brian Bethard (Republican)

Charles Wayne Garrett (Republican)

District 12

Erin Crawford (Democrat)

Brian Clifford (Republican)

John Dillon (Republican)

Steve Smith (Republican)

Jennifer Swaim (Republican)