Precinct Chairs/Officers







County Chair:  Kim Gilby
First Vice Chair: Paul Stempko
Second Vice Chair: Brandie Henderson
Third Vice Chair: Audrey Amos-McGehee
Secretary: Molly Bucy
Treasurer: Wade Roquemore
Parliamentarian: Deana Tollerton

SD5 Committeeman: Larry Yawn
SD5 Committeewoman: Judy Leunes 
Current Past Chair: John Bucy
Past County Chair: Karen Carter



100 Precincts: Rachel Beaulieu
200 Precincts: Olivo Castillo

300 Precincts: Denise Gordon

400 Precincts: Brandie Henderson



Candidate Recruitment: Mike Clark

Convention Planning: Larry Yawn

Communications: Brandie Henderson & Anthony Schoggins

Database: Jeff Ferris and Lori Ferris

Elections: Jose Orta

Events: Jessica Stempko

Finance: Kent Miller

Fundraising: Vacant

Hospitality (Ad Hoc): Melissa Balsam

Rules: Vacant

Strategic Planning: Rachel Beaulieu

Volunteer/Grassroots: Sara Groff

Voter Reg (Ad Hoc): Vacant



0119 Vacant
0122 Stuart Litwin:
0135 Robin Derton:
0138 Christian Aguinaga:
0140 Glen Peck:
0145 Earl White:
0146 Lynn Morlier:
0147 Paula Everett:
0149 Tracy McLain:
0150 Blane Conklin: Precinct
0151 Vacant
0152 Vacant
0160 Vacant
0162 David Roberts:
0172 Nicola Huggins:
0182 Rachel Fox:
0185 Kent Miller:
0186 Jan Pelosi:
0189 Vacant
0190 Sue Duncan:
0197 Vacant
0198 Vacant
0201 Jesse Soliz:
0202 Mollie Francis:
0204 Olivo Castillo:
0206 Jim Stauber:
0207 Vacant
0216 Sheila Andrews: 
0218 Becky Bingman:
0253 Vacant
0254 Al Lowenstein:
0259 Vacant
0263 Rachel Wicker:
0264 Vacant
0266 Vera Printz:
0267 Vacant
0273 Luis Zervigon:
0274 Cathy Morgan:
0275 Dwight Adair:
0277 Melissa Balsam:
0278 Andrea McGrew: Precinct
0283 Michelle LaRose:
0287 Vacant
0305 Mike Shay:
0309 Vacant
0310 Linda Olson:
0311 Tim Kubatzky:
0312 Vacant
0314 Rachael Jonrowe:
0330 Leonarda Mannings:
0331 Vacant
0332 Denise Gordon:
0333 Vacant
0337 Jim Jones:
0339 Vacant
0341 Marie Smith:
0342 Vacant
0343 Vacant
0344 Wade Roquemore:
0345 Elizabeth Martin:
0368 Jeff Shald:
0369 Mary Finkelstein: Precinct
0370 Sharon Sanders:
0371 John Applewhaite:
0379 Rosario Samandi:
0381 Bill Perkison:
0392 Vacant
0393 Vacant
0394 Dwaine Boydstun:
0395 Vacant
0396 Jeff Metz:
0402 Carol Meissner:
0403 Vacant
0413 Vacant
0415 Vacant
0420 Andrea Linson:
0423 Annie Stennis:
0424 Wanda Griffin:
0425 Vacant
0426 Vacant
0427 Jose Orta:
0428 Vacant
0429 Stephanie Knisley:
0434 Vacant
0436 Vacant
0455 Brandie Henderson:
0456 Vacant
0463 Dianne Thompson:
0480 Tammy Conrad:
0484 Yolande Williams:
0488 Vacant
0489 Joseph Vogas:
0490 Pam Rickel:
0491 Vacant


Precinct Map

Individual Voting Precinct Maps:


If you are interested in filling a vacant precinct chair position please email our Party Chair, Kim Gilby, at

 Application to fill out to apply for a Precinct Chair in the interim:

How Can I Become a Precinct Chair If I Was Not Elected?

When no one runs in the primary election to become a precinct chair of a voting precinct, or when a precinct chair resigns, the WCDP EC can appoint someone to fill the vacant chair position.

What Is the Application Process?

Interested applicants should submit a letter of application via e-mail to the WCDP County Chair. Your letter should highlight aspects of your background and personality that would enable you to become a great precinct chair.

Letters of application are used by the committee to evaluate an applicant’s interest level, how familiar an applicant is with the responsibilities of being a precinct chair, and how prepared an applicant is to take on these responsibilities.

Your letter must:

Explain why you want to become a precinct chair.

Explicitly state your intention to attend all monthly meetings of the Williamson County Democratic Party Executive Committee which usually are held at 7 p.m. on the second Thursday of every month.
Include your name, precinct number, mailing address, street address if it differs from your mailing address, phone number(s), and e-mail address.

To demonstrate your organizing abilities, your interest in politics, and/or your involvement in your community, your letter could include such things as:

How you have supported the Democratic Party or Democratic candidates in the past (e.g., worked on campaigns, staffed Democratic Party booths at community events, made phone calls to get out the vote, block-walked in your neighborhood, etc.).

How you have been involved with other organizations that have served your community or causes.
Information about your education, training, activities, personality, etc. that would help you in your role as precinct chair.

Plans you have contemplated so far for organizing the Democrats in your precinct.

After reviewing your application letter, members of the Candidate Recruitment Committee may contact you by telephone to discuss your application, perhaps to ask you to clarify something in your letter, or to ask for additional information. Based on the information the committee has garnered from your letter and any interviews, the committee will decide whether to recommend your appointment to the EC. You will be informed of the committee’s decision before the committee informs the EC of its recommendation.

Your candidacy for precinct chair will be announced at the first monthly meeting of the EC following the completion of steps I and II. You will be introduced to the Executive Committee and members of the party who are attending the meeting. The committee will present its recommendation to the EC. You will be given an opportunity to speak on your own behalf if you so choose.

The EC will formally vote in the open meeting whether to appoint you as the precinct chair of your voting precinct.

Submit your letter of application by e-mail to:

Kim Gilby, Party Chair,