When Republican Cheryl Williams ran for County Commissioner in 2010, she promised to be a champion of our shared conservative values, and to fight for a county government that was lean and efficient, and  which delivers the basic services you expect while keeping your tax burden low. Cheryl has delivered on that commitment. There is still much to do and Cheryl continues her efforts in making sure Collin County delivers what it promises to its citizens.

FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY


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Cheryl Williams has a strong conservative record when it comes to administering tax dollars. She knows that tax dollars are your dollars. The county tax rate has been reduced by 13% since 2010, the year Cheryl took office. Cheryl Williams also led the charge to eliminate a costly retiree health care plan for county employees …

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TRANSPORTATION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT


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Cheryl Williams is a strong proponent of economic development initiatives including Collin County’s most important economic development tool – transportation infrastructure. She advocates constantly assessing and planning for our future transportation needs. This is critical if Collin County is going to continue to be an appealing place for businesses to relocate or establish themselves in …

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THE RULE OF LAW AND PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY


Cheryl Williams believes in following not only the rule of law, but also the spirit of the law. She was instrumental in working with our State Legislators in Austin to pass legislation that stops immigrants from continuing to exploit the indigent healthcare system. This will save Collin County taxpayers more than $1 million annually. Cheryl’s …

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OPEN GOVERNMENT & TRANSPARENCY


Cheryl is committed to open and honest government. Transparency is crucial. If voters don’t know what their elected officials are doing they can’t hold them accountable. Since 2010 Collin County has received one of the Texas Comptroller’s top awards for government transparency. For the last five years the County has received the Leadership Circle Platinum …

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