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About Scott

D. Scott Heselmeyer was sworn in as the Williamson County Treasurer on March 1, 2017. A 6th generation Williamson County resident, Scott is a graduate of Thrall High School, Texas A&M University and Georgetown University Law Center.

Prior to being appointed Treasurer, Scott practiced law in Round Rock for 13 years. He currently also serves on the Board of Directors of the Williamson County Livestock Association and the CHASCO Family YMCA.  He has previously served on the boards of the Hutto Economic Development Corporation and Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County and was a member of the Board of Trustees for First United Methodist Church of Round Rock and General Counsel for the Round Rock Chamber of Commerce. He and his wife, Amanda, have two children, Kirsten and Preston, and are members of the Hill Country Bible Church in Georgetown.



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    About the Campaign

    As a long-time resident, I am humbled by the opportunity to serve Williamson County as treasurer. The treasurer’s office tends not to make it on the evening news (and I plan to keep it that way), and I would like to take a moment to explain what we do and why my campaign for re-election is important. In March 2017, I began the Williamson County Treasurer’s role, filling the final two years of a four-year term. While I was honored that the Williamson County Commissioners’ Court unanimously appointed me to this position, I also want the opportunity to earn the support of our residents. I’m happy to visit with anyone who would like to learn about the treasurer position and our campaign for the 2018 election. Most importantly, I would like to earn their support and their vote.
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