Monroe County sheriff candidate: Nathan Williamson

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.

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Republican Nathan Williamson

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 website

League of Women Voters Nathan Williamson profile

Nathan Williamson campaign email:

April 4, 2022 forum for Democratic Party primary candidates for sheriff: YouTube version of CATS broadcast.

Campaign filings

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