Judge Edna Staudt was first elected in 1994. Her community involvement has included the National Day of Prayer, Williamson County Bail Bond Board, Austin Crisis Pregnancy Center (renamed Life Care PRC) Greater Williamson County YMCA, Safe & Drug Free School Committee, Central Texas Justice of the Peace & Constables Association, Agape Pregnancy Resource Center, Hope Connections Pregnancy Resource Center, Williamson County YMCA Teen Court, Justice Court Mentoring Program, and is a member of the Chamber of Commerce in Cedar Park, Leander, and Liberty Hill. She is also a member of the National Rifle Association, Texas State Rifle Association, and Leadership Circle of Texas Alliance for Life.
Staudt has been a member of the Republican Party since 1982. She served in the capacity of Precinct Chairman, Convention Chairman, Organizational Committee Chairman, Election Judge, Senatorial District Convention Secretary and Chairman, Volunteer and coordinator on numerous National, State, and local campaigns. Delegate to every Republican State Convention since 1982. Co-Founder of Founders Vision Republican Women and Legacy Republican Women of Williamson County.
Edna Staudt is originally from Austin, a graduate of Lanier High School. After completing her certification in Business from Nixon Clay Business College, she acquired her Real Estate License and worked as agent and mortgage broker before opening her own business. She ran a start up company for new businesses providing experience in leasing, purchasing, and personnel. She acquired here certification as a Mediator in 2012, and recognition through College of Justice Court Judges. She has regularly been guest lecturer and speaker regarding the laws and ethics of Justice Court.
Edna Staudt is the recipient of numerous awards. Great Hills Christian Academy Leadership Award; Hill Country Community Ministries Heart of Hope Award; and Judge of the Year by the Central Texas JP & Constable Association, Cedar Park Citizen of the Year, to name a few. She enjoys walking, running, swimming, reading, singing & playing music. She and her husband Randy, have six children and nine grandchildren. She surrendered her life to Jesus and became a Christian in 1981. She and Randy attend the Cowboy Church and assist with the music.