New Hays County Precincts as of January 2022
There have been many changes to Hays County voting precincts in Buda and Kyle. Some precincts have been completely deleted. Others are new and have been carved out of old precincts that have been reduced in size. And still, other precincts are similar to their old boundaries but have new precinct numbers. There are many vacancies for precinct chairs. We have a lot of work to do to help the county party recruit new precinct chairs to help with its outreach efforts.
Use this link to see a directory of precinct chairs on the Hays County Democratic Party website.
Use this link to use a Precinct Finder Tool on the Hays County Democratic Party website that will lets you find your precinct by entering in your street address.
View the full Hays County Voting Precinct Map and individual precinct maps at this link.
Hays County Democratic Party Chair
- 134 (Niederwald area) — Vacant (Apply to Serve)
- 227 (Stonefield area) — Deborah Chavez
- 228 (East Sunfield area) — Paul Theobald
- 231 (Shadow Creek area) — Vacant (Apply to Serve)
- 254 (West Sunfield area) — Alex Moreno
- 422 (Downtown Buda) — Vacant (Apply to Serve)
- 423 (Meadows at Buda area) — Vacant (Apply to Serve)
- 424 (Garlic Creek/Oxbow area) — Terry Cummings
- 426 (Coves of Cimmaron/Leiserwoords area) — Donna Haschke
- 430 (Elliot Ranch area) — Karen Aboussie
- 432 (Carpenter Hill/Ruby Ranch area) — Liz Strand
- 435 (Elm Grove area) — Mahlin Musgrove
425 (Mountain City, Indian Hills) — Vacant (Apply to Serve)
134 (Niederwald) — Vacant (Apply to Serve)
371 (Blanco Vista) — Dalila Delgado-Aguilar
- 125 (Windy Hill Rd/Crosswinds area) — Lacy Waller
- 128 (Avery Park, High Meadows area) — Vacant (Apply to Serve)
- 136 (Camino Real, Green Pastures and Uhland area) — Vacant (Apply to Serve)
- 203 (Praire on the Creek, Steeplechase, Philomena area) — Katy Armstrong
- 204 (Bunton Creek Village, Casetta Ranch area) — Lee Martin
- 205 (Four Seasons Farm, Creekside, Sunset Ridge, Waterleaf area) — Vacant (Apply to Serve)
- 206 (Post Oak, Cool Springs area) — Paul Hill
- 216 (Paramount Park, Oak Hills Road, South of Kyle, West of I-35) — Vacant (Apply to Serve)
- 217 (South of Kyle, not many residents) — Vacant (Apply to Serve)
- 218 (south of downtown Kyle, not many residents) — Vacant (Apply to Serve)
- 219 (Stagecoach Crossing, Scott St. area) — Genest Harding
- 220 (South Plum Creek) — Bear Heiser
- 221 (new and North Plum Creek) — Judy Gardner
- 225 (Anthem, Crystal Meadow area) — Vacant (Apply to Serve)
- 223 (Downtown Kyle, Silverado area) — Vacant (Apply to Serve)
- 252 (Kensington Trails, Southlake Ranch area) — Dixie Davis
- 253 (Amberwood, Meadows of Kyle area) — Vacant (Apply to Serve)
- 319 (Hometown Kyle) — Vacant (Apply to Serve)
- 325 — (Meadowoods) — Vacant (Apply to Serve)
- 342 — (Cypress Forrest, 6 Creeks, Arroyo Ranch area) — Linda Rodriguez
Learn about areas where you can help
Check out our presentation to learn about areas where we have precinct chairs and where there are opportunities to get involved in the outreach efforts of the Hays County Democratic Party.
What is a Precinct Chair?
Precincts, which are the smallest official political subdivisions, are the primary way candidates and parties target groups of voters to turn out for elections. The Hays County Democratic Party is working to provide a precinct chair to represent all parts of the county to engage the many people who are moving into our neighborhoods.
The precinct chairs also make decisions on the direction of the party at the monthly County Executive Committee (CEC) meetings. They help decide matters that affect your county party such as setting the priorities and the direction of the county party’s get-out-the-vote efforts. Precinct chairs have direct input into what the county party does to win elections.