Sarah Eckhardt was re-elected to a second term as Travis County Judge in 2018 and is honored and proud to continue serving Travis County residents. Judge Eckhardt presides over the Commissioners Court.
After receiving an LBJ School Master of Public Affairs and law degree from the University of Texas at Austin, Judge Eckhardt worked for eight years as an Assistant Travis County Attorney. In 2006, she was elected to represent Precinct 2 on the Commissioners Court and re-elected in 2010.
With her leadership Judge Eckhardt addresses the major issues that face Travis County residents. She works to ensure that our community is green, healthy, just and mobile. With her commitment to criminal and social justice, Judge Eckhardt continuously works to leverage our community’s mutual resources to collectively improve social, health, educational and economic opportunities.
As a private citizen, Judge Eckhardt serves on Texas Freedom Network’s Board of Directors and the LBJ School Dean’s Advisory Council. Judge Eckhardt learned public service and a commitment to Central Texas from her late mother Nadine — aide to Lyndon Johnson and Molly Ivins, and a mother of four — and her father, the late Congressman Bob Eckhardt. Judge Eckhardt is a proud mother of a college freshman and high school junior.
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