A Message from Commissioner Cynthia Long
I believe that Williamson County, Texas is an exceptional place, and I was elected to get things done and to fight in the trenches to keep Williamson County exceptional.
Population booms can often result in the deterioration of the quality of life in a community, but here in Williamson County, that hasn't happened. We have added over 180,000 new residents since I was first elected, and our quality of life only continues to improve. Better schools. Better roads. Better jobs. Lower tax rates. More opportunities. This didn’t happen by accident, and it won’t continue unless we remain vigilant and focused on the things that got us here.
Since Day 1, my agenda has been simple. We need to:
- Keep our taxes low
- Keep county government growth in check
- Recruit more quality businesses to the area, creating jobs for our citizens
- Expand, improve and maintain the roadway system in the county
- Provide the funds needed to law enforcement to ensure Williamson County remains one of the safest counties in the state.
I believe the degree to which we succeed or fail in achieving those goals in the future will determine whether or not our children inherit a pro-business, pro-family Williamson County where they want to stay and raise families of their own. This is the great challenge that we face as one of the fastest growing counties in the country, and it is the thing that drives me each and every day to deliver for my constituents in Precinct 2 and for all of the hard-working families of Williamson County.
If you agree that we need more results and fewer soundbites from our elected leaders, then I would be honored to have your support in the upcoming Republican Primary Election.