Election Day is Tuesday, November 5! Be sure you know how and where to vote!
Travis County Election Locations (with tabs for Early Voting and Election Day Voting)
Williamson County Election Locations (enter your address to find Election Day Voting Locations and scroll to find Early Voting Locations)
Both counties are utilizing New Voting Machines this election (Travis and WilCo are using the same new systems).
Early Voting Info
Early Voting is in effect Monday, October 21 through Friday, November 1.
That means two full weeks to get your Early Vote on.
Be sure you know how, when, and where to cast your ballot. And if you live in District 6, you know that we have two counties that have different lists with different answers to those questions. Also, depending upon where you live determines what you are voting on. Check your County Clerk’s website for details on what is on your ballot.
Here is the main page for Early Voting in Travis County.
Here is the main page for Early Voting in Williamson County.
Each county has a list of full-time locations with set hours for the duration of the early voting period, and each has a list of mobile/temporary limited locations.
Here is the Travis County Location List.
Here is the Williamson County Location List.
What’s on your ballot?
Now for the fun stuff: What will you be voting for?
Ballot Look-Up Travis County
Ballot Look-Up Williamson County
Also, please note: If you experience any voter intimidation at the polls, call the
Election Protection Hotline: 1-866-OUR-VOTE
Election Day proper is Tuesday, November 5. Months of pavement pounding, block walking, issue debating come down to this: Who will vote? Whose vote will speak for you if you don’t?
See you at the polls!