Nathan Williamson is running for a four-year term as the sheriff of Monroe County. Williamson is unopposed for sheriff in the May 3, 2022 Republican Party primary.
In the Nov. 8, 2022 general election, Williamson will face the winner of the Democratic Party primary election for sheriff, which is a five-way race between Steve Hale, Ruben Marté, Angie Purdie, Joani Stalcup, and Troy Thomas.
Williamson has worked as a deputy sheriff in Monroe County for 11 years. He has served for the last seven years as a sergeant.
Williamson received an associate degree in business from Eastern Gateway Community College. He is a member of the Ellettsville Council for Youth, and serves as a board member for Monroe County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) for 2 years.
He is married to Sarah Williamson and they have three children. Sarah Williamson works for Orion Property management.
On his campaign website, Williamson lists six priorities: a safe and civil Monroe County; mental health; lowering recidivism; diversity and inclusion; community engagement; and transparency reports.
Links to Additional Information
Nathan Williamson campaign email: firstname.lastname@example.org
April 4, 2022 forum for Democratic Party primary candidates for sheriff: YouTube version of CATS broadcast.
Nathan Williamson statement of organization
Nathan Williamson declaration of candidacy
Nathan Williamson statement of economic interests
Nathan Williamson pre-primary report of receipts and expenditures