Assuming you’re registered vote, now comes the fun part: voting!
When do I vote?
You can vote early from Mon, Oct 24, to Fri, Nov 4 – or on Election Day, Tue, Nov 8. If you’re older than 65, disabled, or expect to be out of the county on Election Day, you can also vote early by mail. For more information, contact your county’s elections office.
What should I bring when I vote?
Texas law requires you to present a photo ID such as your Texas driver license, Texas personal identification card, or passport in order to vote. Your ID must be current or expired by no more than four years. Additionally, free Election Identification Certificates are available from DPS driver license offices.
If you’re unable to obtain any of the approved forms of ID due to a “reasonable impediment or difficulty,” there are additional options to help you cast your ballot, including your voter registration card, paycheck, or utility bill.
Where do I vote?
- If you live in Travis County, you can vote at any voting location, both during early vote and on Election Day. Here’s the list of voting locations.
- If you live in Williamson County, you can vote at any voting location, both during early vote and on Election Day. Here’s the list of voting locations.
- If you live in Hays County, you can vote at any voting location during early vote. But on Election Day, you need to vote at the polling place that corresponds with your precinct number, which is located on your voter registration certificate. Here’s the list of voting locations.
If you live in another county, visit your county’s elections website to view a list of voting locations.