“Over the past four years, I gave birth to a son, defeated cancer, and was appointed Judge of our new Hays County Court at Law 3. I bring that same strength and spirit into the courtroom every day to make sure that justice is served in a fair, impartial manner, following the law and upholding the Constitution.”

Judge Tacie Zelhart

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“Over the past four years, I gave birth to a son, defeated cancer, and was appointed Judge of our new Hays County Court at Law 3. I bring that same strength and spirit into the courtroom every day to make sure that justice is served in a fair, impartial manner, following the law and upholding the Constitution.”

Judge Tacie Zelhart

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About Judge Tacie Zelhart

Judge Tacie Zelhart is a mother, wife & cancer survivor. She has a long history of standing up for those in need. Before opening her own law firm, she served as Chief Prosecutor in the Harris County Court System. Her extensive experience in all areas of law and her specialized training in representing individuals with mental illness and intellectual disabilities make Judge Zelhart the ideal choice to continue to lead our newest County Court at Law. In fact, in her first year on the bench, Judge Zelhart started Hays County’s first Mental Health Specialty Court

Judge Zelhart has support from every corner of our community. Judge Zelhart is a graduate of Texas A&M University and received her law degree from Texas Tech University. She and her husband Andrew have one son, Will. They are deeply involved in the Hays County community.

“I work to uphold justice every day to make sure those who depend on the courts have a judge who is fair and impartial. I have made the courts more efficient, transparent, and accountable. I care about our courts and the people I serve. I ask for your vote to keep up this important work and to continue serving the community I love.”

- Judge Tacie Zelhart

Let’s keep a strong, hardworking, fair Judge on the bench.

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Hays County Veteran Service Office

With the assistant of our county maintenance staff member Henry, we paid respect by lowering the flags for those who lost their lives on 9/11. Our office salutes those who serve to protect and mourn all the lives lost on that faithful day at the towers and abroad.

May we never forget the loss of so many Americans from all walks of life and the first responders trying to save them. Thank you to our Hays County Veteran’s Service Office.

Hey Hays County! Buzz Lightyear is out delivering signs today. If you would like a yard sign, please text, private message, or comment below and let us know how many you would like. Share the signs with family and friends. Buzz Lightyear will plant your sign or drop them on your porch. Thank y'all! To Infinity and Beyond! #JudgeZelhart #VoteForJudgeZelhart

Hays County Veteran Service Office

Know a Hays County Veteran or Surviving Spouse of a Veteran in need of Financial assistance? Our office has just announced our financial aid program Hope4Vets, which provides financial assistance to those who qualify. Retired Air Force 1st Sergeant Wesley Matthews, M.S.W from the Hays County Veteran Service Office will be managing this assistance program while also connecting veterans to other services available for them and their families. For information or to request assistance, please email wesley.matthews@co.hays.tx.us Or call 512-781-8489 "Helping Veterans starts in Hays County" This program is supported by a grant from the Texas Veterans Commission Fund for Veterans’ Assistance. www.TVC.Texas.gov.

"Helping Veterans starts in Hays County" Know a Hays County Veteran or Surviving Spouse of a Veteran in need of Financial assistance? The Hays County Veteran Service Office has just announced their financial aid program Hope4Vets, which provides financial assistance to those who qualify. Retired Air Force 1st Sergeant Wesley Matthews, M.S.W from the Hays County Veteran Service Office will be managing this assistance program while also connecting veterans to other services available for them and their families. For information or to request assistance, please email wesley.matthews@co.hays.tx.us Or call 512-781-8489 This program is supported by a grant from the Texas Veterans Commission Fund for Veterans’ Assistance. www.TVC.Texas.gov.