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Voter Information

The Travis County Clerk office is posting videos regularly with helpful updates and instructions on voting in Travis county. Videos can be viewed here.

You can find out what’s on your ballot at

Vote by Mail:

You are eligible to vote early by mail if you are a registered voter who is:

  • 65 years of age or older
  • Out of the county during the entire election period
  • Sick or disabled
  • Confined in jail, but eligible to vote

You can download the application to Vote by Mail for Travis County here. For all other counties, you can download the application to Vote by Mail here. Be sure to sign your application and mail it to your County Clerk. For more information go to Remember voting by mail is a two-step process, you must first submit an application to your County Clerk to receive your ballot and then once you receive your ballot, you must return it to your County Clerk. A list of clerks by Texas county can be found here.


Ballots will be finalized on September 15 and then will be mailed out closer to the end of September. 

Starting October 1st, voters who have completed their mail in ballot in Travis County may drop off their ballot at the county clerk's office on Lavaca St and Airport Blvd from 8am-5pm. ID and signature will be required. 

Your ballot may require extra postage, please check carefully before mailing it in!

Your County Clerk’s office must receive the completed ballot by 7 p.m. on Election Day. 

Ballots are also valid if they are received by 5 p.m the day after the election as long as they were postmarked by 7 p.m. on Election Day. 

In-person voting:

The busiest days to vote are on Election Day and on the first and last days of Early Voting. We encourage you to vote on a day other than those three. CBI will be a voting site on Election Day only.

In Travis County, you may vote at any polling place during Early Voting and on Election Day.

In Travis County, to estimate wait times during early voting, go to the Travis County Clerk’s Wait Time Map. 

Making your vote count:

You must bring a photo ID with you when you vote.

If you are a Travis County voter, you will be prompted to review your ballot when you are done with your selections. Be sure to do this. This is the time to correct any errors. Once you print out your ballot, it is too late to make changes.

If you are in line to vote when the poll closes, you must be allowed to vote.

If you applied for a Ballot by Mail, but did not receive it, you may go to your polling station and they will have you fill out a provisional ballot until the Clerk’s office can confirm that you have not submitted a Ballot by Mail.

If you received a Ballot by Mail, but decide to vote in-person, you must bring your Ballot by Mail with you and surrender it to the election workers before you vote, if you don’t bring it, you will need to fill out a provisional ballot.

We encourage you to contact your County Clerk's office with questions about your Ballot by Mail. If you encounter any problems while voting, call the Voter Protection Hotline at 1-866-687-8683.

For help with questions or for more information, please contact any of the members of the Civic Engagement Campaign sub-committee:

Liz Mitlak or (317) 701-7759

Lori Adelman or (512) 565-2146

Erin Solka or (512) 914-9517

Mindy Lee or (832) 758-2534

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