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HomeVote In Person

Voters in Travis and Williamson County may vote at any polling place, in the county where they live!

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Check your voter registration
Check your voter registration

In Texas, you must be registered to vote 30 days before the election.

To confirm your voter registration, use Texas Secretary of State’s voter registration tool below.

Check My Voter Registration

If you aren’t listed as active, you may not be registered. Please register!

Register to Vote

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Find what is on your ballot
Find what is on your ballot

Research candidates and issues on your ballot.

  • Go to Vote411, the League’s voters guide for nonpartisan information on candidates and ballot issues. 
  • Or download the Voters Guide from our website.
  • During Federal elections, the League supplies printed nonpartisan Voters Guides at area libraries.
  • You may bring a copy of the Voters Guide to the polls.
  • You may not use your phone at the polls, so print out or write out a list of your selections.

What will your ballot look like?

Travis County - Voter Lookup

Williamson County - Voter Lookup

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Find your polling place
Find your polling place

Travis and Williamson Counties have county wide voting centers!

  • Voters who live in counties with county wide voting centers may vote at any voting center, in the county where they live, during Early Voting and on Election Day.
  • Find your county's polling locations
  • Travis County -
  • Williamson County -

What time are the voting centers open?

  • On Election Day, Texas polling sites are open from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm. 
  • Check with your county election office  for hours during early voting. 

The League of Women Voters highly recommends voting during Early Voting.

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Bring your voter ID
Bring your voter ID
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What happens at the polling place
What happens at the polling place

Read a printed copy of your Voters Guide while you wait in line.

  • Show your ID and sign in.
  • Go to the voting machines.
  • Travis County uses touch screen voting machines with a backup paper ballot.
  • Select each candidate you are voting for or select for or against each proposition.
  • Re check your selections then press print.
  • Insert your paper ballot into the ballot scanner.
  • Take a voting sticker. Step outside and post a selfie. Encourage your friends to vote!

Learn more

There are poll workers ready to help.

If you have concerns when voting, talk with the election judge and contact election protection if you need help.

Election Protection - 866-687-8683

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