What's on the Ballot?
What’s on the Ballot?
Saturday, May 10, 2014 - Local Election
Early Voting runs from Monday, April 28, 2014 through Tuesday, May 6, 2014
This site uses your voter registration information to display the specific elections and races that you are eligible to vote for in the upcoming election period. It also tells you the polling locations closest to your residence or any other address you would like to enter. You will need to enter your Last Name and Voter Unique Identification or Birth Date to see your personalized information.
This ballot shows all of the elections and races occurring throughout Travis County for the upcoming election period.
On the Sample Ballot for All of Travis County, you may see:
Precinct numbers after some of the races
For national, state, and county races, the ballot you receive when you vote is determined by the precinct where you are registered to vote. Some races appear on all Travis County ballots while others only appear on the precinct ballots that are within a specific district. For example, everyone may see the statewide race for governor on their ballot, but only certain residents will see the race for District 47 State Representative.
The phrase: “all or portions of these precincts”
Local entities such as cities and schools have boundaries that do not follow precinct boundaries, so an entity such as the City of Austin or Lake Travis ISD may fall within all of one precinct and a portion of another. Your address will determine if you fall within the boundaries of a local entity.
You may check your voter registration status and find the list of districts and local entities that you are eligible to vote for at www.votetravis.com .