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Tuesday, November 8, 2016
Presidential Elections

Last Day to Register to Vote Tuesday, October 11, 2016 *
First Day of Early Voting Monday, October 24, 2016
Last Day to Accept Ballot by Mail Applications (received, not postmarked) Friday, October 28, 2016
Last Day of Early Voting Friday, November 4, 2016

* Legal deadline extended due to weekend or holiday

Early Voting runs from Monday, October 24, 2016 through Friday, November 4, 2016

You may vote at any Vote Center in Travis County where you see a “Vote Here” sign.

It’s Early Voting!

Vote today at any mobile or early voting location!


Early Voting Statistics

Early Voting Daily Totals for the November 8, 2016 Election  (11/02/2016 8:21 PM)

Unofficial vote totals are called in from the field each night and may be changed the following day after our verification procedures are completed.

Ballots

See elections and races occurring throughout Travis County for the upcoming election period.
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Your Personal Ballot on VoteTravis.com 

Use the Voter Lookup on VoteTravis.com to view your personal ballot.

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Accessible Ballot on Democracy Live

Use the Voter Lookup on Democracy Live to view and/or fill out your accessible ballot.


Voters Guide

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Voters Guide by the League of Women Voters

The League of Women Voters of the Austin Area provides nonpartisan information on elections and voting. The guide offers a complete list of all contests on your Primary ballot and is in English and Spanish. It will appear in the October 16th Austin American-Statesman.


Polling Locations

To find a polling place near you, select the date you plan to vote and then enter the address in the search box below. Once your location is displayed on the map, you can zoom out to see the polling place closest to you.

Early Voting locations and hours vary.
Election Day Voting locations are open from 7am – 7pm.

You may vote at any Vote Center in Travis County where you see a “Vote Here/Aquí” sign.

CONVENIENT MEGA VOTING SITES

Lots of Parking! More Voting Machines! More Workers to Serve You!

NORTH MEGA SITE: ACC Highland Mall, 6001 Airport Blvd. (Use South entrance to Mall, Bldg. 4000), STE 2420

WEST MEGA SITE: Ben Hur Shrine Center, 7811 Rockwood Ln.

SOUTH MEGA SITE: Southpark Meadows, 9600 IH 35 South (Use South access rd, enter near Hobby Lobby), STE 600

EAST MEGA SITE: Millennium Youth Complex, 1156 Hargrave St.

Please check the hours closely on the location you will be visiting to vote. Also note that some locations are only available on specific days. Therefore, your closest polling location may be different depending on the day you choose to vote.

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Have You Moved Here from Another Texas County and Want to Vote?

A registered voter who moves into Travis County from another Texas county may be eligible to vote a Limited Ballot. A voter must be currently registered in their former county OR have applied for voter registration in Travis County after the registration deadline for an upcoming election. A limited ballot voter is entitled to vote on all federal and statewide races. Limited Ballots are available ONLY during the Early Voting period for the upcoming election and are ONLY processed at the Travis County Elections offices located at 5501 Airport Blvd., Austin, Texas 78751.

If you believe you are qualified to vote a limited ballot, please call (512) 238-8683 to confirm your eligibility. You may visit the Texas Secretary of State’s website for more information about limited ballot voting in Texas. Limited Ballot Voters and District Chart (Chapters 111 and 112, Texas Election Code)


Have You Moved Out of Texas But Want to Come Back to Vote?

Voting a Presidential Ballot in Person. If a voter has moved out of Texas, the voter may be eligible to come back and vote in the Presidential race only.

There are four conditions listed below that must be met to qualify for a Presidential Ballot.

The former resident:

  1. is domiciled in another state;
  2. was registered to vote in this state at the time the former resident ceased to be a resident;
  3. would be eligible for registration to vote in this state if a resident; AND
  4. on the Presidential Election Day will not have resided in the state of present domicile for more than 30 days and is not eligible to vote in the Presidential Election in their new state.

Presidential Ballots are offered from October 24th through November 8th ONLY AT 5501 Airport Boulevard, Austin, TX.

Call the Elections Call Center at (512) 854-4996 for assistance.


Am I Registered to Vote? What is My Precinct Number?

Your precinct number can be found on your voter registration card. If you do not have your card, are unsure of your precinct number, or need to confirm you are registered to vote, you can look online at www.votetravis.com . We also have an automated telephone system that will look that information up for you. It is available 24 hours a day. Just call us at (512) 238-VOTE (238-8683).


What Do I Need to Bring With Me to Vote?

Texas registered voters have additional options when presenting ID at the polls for the November 8, 2016 election.

As provided by court order issued on August 10, 2016, if a voter is not able to obtain one of the seven forms of approved photo ID, the voter may vote by (1) signing a declaration at the polls explaining why the voter is unable to obtain one of the seven forms of approved photo ID, AND (2) providing one of various forms of supporting documentation.

Seven approved Forms of Photo ID

  • Texas Driver License issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS)
  • Texas Election Identification Certificate (EIC) issued by DPS
  • Texas Personal Identification Card issued by DPS
  • Texas License to Carry a Handgun (LTC) issued by DPS
  • U.S. Military ID Card containing the person’s photograph
  • U.S. Citizenship Certificate containing the person’s photograph
  • U.S. Passport

Supporting documentation can be:

  • Valid Voter Registration Certificate
  • Certified Birth Certificate (must be an original)
  • Copy of or original current utility bill
  • Copy of or original bank statement
  • Copy of or original government check
  • Copy of or original paycheck
  • Copy of or original government document with your name and an address (original required if it contains a photograph)

More information about Photo Identification requirements


Exercise your Ride to Vote for free with Capital Metro!

Free rides will be offered throughout the first day of early voting, Monday, Oct. 24, and also on Election Day, Tues., Nov. 8 on all MetroBus, MetroRapid, MetroExpress, MetroRail and MetroAccess* services. Visit www.capmetro.org/ridetovote for details.