Wilco Democratic Party - Commission Area Two - Precinct Chairs


Precinct Chairs are the backbone of the Democratic Party. The job of a Democratic Precinct Chair is to get more Democratic candidates elected.

We do this by:
  1. Attending a monthly meeting at the Round Round BACA Center, 301 West Bagdad Avenue, BLDG #2, Round Rock, TX 78664. The meeting is always the second Thursday of the month. The actual meeting starts at 6:45 PM, but the door open at 6:00 PM for social/gathering time.
  2. Organizing volunteers (street captains and block captains). This is done with the help of your CAL (me) and VAN.
  3. Organizing block walks, phone banks, text banks, and postcard parties.
There are 38 Precinct Chair positions in CA2. At this time, we have 20 positions filled.

The filing period for precinct chairs reopened Tuesday, September 12, 2023. The filing deadline is December 11, 2023 at 6:00 pm.

Requirements and filing deadlines for candidates for county office can be found at the Texas Secretary of State's website: www.sos.state.tx.us/elections/candidates/index.shtml

In between elections, you can be appointed to become a Precinct Chair.
To apply, go to wilcodemocrats.org/become-a-precinct-chair where it describes the application process. You will email Kim Gilby, Party Chair: wilcodemschair@gmail.com.

If you or a friend are interested, feel free to contact me for details.

Williamson County Democratic Party

Williamson County Democratic Party Chair

Kim Gilby
Office Address:
1915 S. Austin Ave, Suite 102
Georgetown, TX 78626

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1296
Georgetown, TX 78627



Williamson County Commissioner Area 2 Leader (CAL)

Wilco Commission Area 2 Leader - Cliff Anderson - 512-609-9363. Cliff's email:

Cities in Commissioner Area 2: Cedar Park, Leander, and Liberty Hill.

Duties of the CAL

Organizational Objective The Williamson County Democratic Party, in the interest of supporting Democratic voters and candidates and in compliance with the Rules of the Texas Democratic Party shall include but not be limited to:
  1. Promote and support the election of Democratic candidates for public office.
  2. Represent to all residents of Williamson County and the State of Texas, the views and Democratic Party position on issues.
  3. Perform the duties as specified in the Texas Democratic Party Rules (TDP Rules), Texas Election Code (Tex. Elec. Code.), and the rules of the Texas Ethics Commission (T.E.C.).
Consistent with the objectives stated in this article and the responsibilities specified in the Rules of the Texas Democratic Party, the Executive Committee of the Williamson County Democratic Party, as defined in Article III of these bylaws, or subcommittees thereof shall perform the following functions including but not limited to:
  1. Provide training on election rules and procedures.
  2. Monitor and report any election irregularities to Williamson County and Texas State officials.
  3. Provide an adequate and trained staff for elections.
  4. Provide an adequate location and trained staff for the Williamson County Democratic Party Convention.
  5. Provide rules to minimize ambiguity and to ensure fairness, clarity, and equality in all Williamson County Democratic Party processes.
  6. Provide a means of open communication between the WCDP and voters of Williamson County.
  7. Provide training for both candidates and volunteers on how to run campaigns and win elections for the Democratic Party.

Precincts and Precinct Chairs

Looking up your Precinct and Precinct Map

The Precinct Maps are current as of January 1st 2022.

Precincts and Precinct Chairs

Some Precinct Chairs are elected by submitting their name and address on a form that is submitted to the Texas Secretary of State and voted on in a spring election. The elections are held every two years on even years. The next election is 2024. The filing period ended on December 11, 2023 at 6:00 pm. The current candidates for Precinct Chair in 2024 are on the SOS site here: emr.sos.texas.gov/cpc-filings/cpc-report.aspx. There is only one contested race. The rest will automatically be the new Precinct Chair.

Some Precinct Chairs are appointed. This occurs between the official elections above. These Precinct Chairs are voted on by WCDP officers and Precinct Chairs at an Executive Committee meeting. To apply for appointment, go to wilcodemocrats.org/become-a-precinct-chair where it describes the application process. You will email Kim Gilby, Party Chair: wilcodemschair@gmail.com Once Kim has reviewed your application, she will have the Candidate Committee review your application and then bring up a vote by the Precinct Chairs and Officers at the next EC Meeting to vote to appoint you.

This is the current list of Precinct Chairs and candidates for Commission Area Two.


There are 22 Precincts that are in Cedar Park completely, partly, or in the ETJ:

* 116, 166, and 173 are in CA1.
* 201, 202, 204, 254, 256, 277, 278, 279, 283, 284, and 287 are Cedar Park.
* 173 (CA1) 203, 205, 216, and 276 are in the ETJ.
* 229 and 230 are in the ETJ between Leander and Cedar Park.
* CA3 Pct 301 is in Cedar Park.

The following Cedar Park precincts are in Commission Area One:
116, 166, and 173 (ETJ)

The following Cedar Park precincts are in Commission Area Three:
301 (Connie Richardson is the PC), and 302 (no Precinct Chair).

These Cedar Park Precincts are in Travis County:



There are 20 Precincts that are in Leander completely, partly, or in the ETJ:

* 231, 252, 253, 257, 258, 259, 262, 262, and 264 are mostly with Leander.
* 255, and 267 are mostly ETJ, but partly in Leander and also Liberty Hill.
* 251 is in Leander ETJ.
* 229 and 230 are in the ETJ between Leander and Cedar Park.
* CA3precinct 331 is in Leander. * Pct 332 is mostly Georgetown ETJ, but some of it is in Leander.
* Travis Precincts 392, 393, 394, and 396 are in Leander.

The following Leander precincts are in Commission Area Three:
331, 332 (at this time there are no precinct chairs).

These Leander Precincts are in Travis County:


  • Pct 255 is in Leander and Liberty Hill mostly ETJ, but bits are in Leander and Liberty Hill city limits. It is in CD-31, SD-5, HD-20.
    Precinct 255 map: apps.wilco.org/elections/maps2022/precincts/docs/163pcts_2022mapbook_255.pdf
    Carolyn Remmler c_remmler@yahoo.com 512-363-7418

  • Pct 267 is in Leander/Liberty Hill. It is in CD-31, SD-5, HD-52.
    Precinct 267 map: apps.wilco.org/elections/maps2022/precincts/docs/163pcts_2022mapbook_267.pdf
    Currently no Precinct Chair.


    There are 9 precincts that are at least partially in Liberty Hill. None of the precincts in Liberty Hill are completely within Liberty Hill, they are mostly ETJ. The others are completly ETJ and two with some Georgetown addresses.

    * Precincts 208, 209, 210, 255, and 267 are partly in Liberty Hill and partly ETJ.
    * Precincts 206 and 207 are in the ETJ.
    * Precincts 244 and 245 are in ETJ some with Andice, Liberty Hill, Georgetown addresses.

    Precincts that used to be in Commission Area Two and are now in Commission Area One:

    If you are looking for a Precinct Chair in Travis, go here: www.traviscountydemocrats.org/precinct-chairs

    Precinct Chair Functions, Duties, and Goals

    The main function of a Precinct Chairs is to be the point person between all Democrats within your precinct and officials of the Williamson County Democrat Party.

    The most important goal as a new Precinct Chair is to find other Democrats in your precinct and start forming a team of volunteers who will be willing to work by your side during election season to get Democrats elected up and down the ballot. You can locate these Democrats using our Voter Access Network database (VAN) to create lists of people you can contact in your precinct.

    The general duties of Precinct Chairs include attending Executive Committee meetings, supporting all Democratic candidates, and the canvassing and encouragement of voters in your precinct. Your CAL can review the full list of duties with you during your initial training.

    Some Activities that you might do with help of your CAL:

    Precinct Chair Requirements

    To apply, go to wilcodemocrats.org/become-a-precinct-chair where it describes the application process. You will email Kim Gilby, Party Chair: wilcodemschair@gmail.com


    Reference Websites

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