Re-Elect Our County Commissioner

A proven fighter for better roads and fiscal responsibility

“Good roadways and responsible county spending aren’t too much to ask! They’re what you should expect, and that's exactly what I’ve worked to deliver.”

- Gerald Daugherty


About Gerald Daugherty

Gerald Daugherty has been an Austin businessman and entrepreneur for more than 40 years. He has always been keenly aware of how public policy could have significant effects on your personal and your business life. That's why he views his role in political life as that of being a public servant, not a politician.

Commissioner Daugherty brings his commitment to keeping county taxes as low as possible while understanding the need to deliver cost effective county services. With his passion for transportation advocacy, he has crusaded for effective mobility and transportation solutions for the past two decades. He continues to work to help shape the kind of development in Western Travis County that protects property rights and protects the sensitive environmental assets that this community deserves.

Learn more about Commissioner Daugherty.

The KVUE Insider

For the second time in nine months, the French flag has been placed at the Texas Governor's Mansion in remembrance of the victims in the #NiceAttack. The victims include Lakeway residents Sean Copeland, 51, and Brodie Copeland, 11:

My heart remains heavy from the loss of our Lakeway son and father and the officers in Baton Rouge. A sad sad week for all Americans.

“It has been a privilege and honor to serve my neighbors as their Commissioner. I’ve done my dead level best to deliver on the promises that I’ve made to them, and I will continue to fight for a comprehensive road system and a fiscally conservative county government that is worthy of the good people of Travis County.” - Gerald Daugherty

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General Election: November 8 (early voting begins Oct. 24)

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