“I promised to put families first when you honored me with your vote before. I’ve kept my promises to you. We’ve lowered taxes, worked to make Williamson County safer for you and your children, and created jobs and opportunity. I work on these things every day. I fight for you and will keep fighting every day.”
Precinct 4 Commissioner Russ Boles
Commissioner Russ Boles
When local business owner and trusted volunteer leader Russ Boles became your WILLIAMSON COUNTY Precinct 4 Commissioner in 2019, he promised to keep a lid on government spending, focus on families, improve infrastructure, and create opportunities.
Commissioner Russ Boles has kept his promises, and he’s not done yet.
Russ’ precinct encompasses the eastern portion of the county, including the communities of Round Rock, Taylor, Hutto, Granger, Coupland, and Thrall. He has pushed for drainage and road improvements there and served as a taxpayer watchdog during the pandemic by making sure federal relief funds went to small businesses, school districts and law enforcement.
Russ has also fought to lessen the tax burden on homeowners, seniors, and the disabled.
He was also an integral part of the leadership team that is now bringing the new $18 billion Samsung Electronics Co. plant to Williamson County – a 6 million square-foot facility that will create 1,800 higher-paying jobs and create billions in infrastructure investment.