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Voting Information

Register to vote Saturday, September 19 from 9am to noon in the library parking lot.  Masks and social distancing required.

For general information for voters in Texas, visit vote411.org/texas

How to Register

The deadline to register to vote in the November 3 election is October 5, 2020.
Postage-paid voter registration forms are available in the library breezeway for pick up 24/7.

Get a pre-filled registration form by mail, including postage, at Register2Vote.org

Travis County - Click for information on how to register or change your voter address in Travis County

  • Not sure if you're registered? Visit VoteTravis.com and scroll down to "Voter Lookup"
  • To register by mail, send your voter registration application to:
    Travis County Voter Registration
    PO Box 149327
    Austin, TX 78714-9327
  • Text "REGISTER" to 48683 to receive a registration application by mail.

Williamson County - Click for information on how to register or change your voter address in Williamson County

  • Not sure if you're registered? Visit Wilco.org to look up your registration
  • To register by mail, send your voter registration application to:
    Williamson County Elections
    PO Box 209
    Georgetown, TX 78627

Texas Secretary of State - General registration information for the state of Texas

Printable Voter Registration Application - Must be printed, signed, and mailed to your County Voter Registrar.  Online voter registration is not available in the state of Texas.

When & Where to Vote

Ballot by Mail:

  • The last day to request a mail-in ballot is October 23.  Mail-in ballots must be received by the Election Clerk by 7pm on Election Day to be counted.
  • 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

  • Travis County Mail-in Ballots: How to request an application for a mail-in ballot
    • Send mail-in ballot applications to:
      County Clerk Dana DeBeauvoir
      P.O. Box 149325, Austin 78714-9325

  • Williamson County Mail-in Ballots: How to request an application for a mail-in ballot
    • Send mail-in ballot applications to:
      Elections Administrator Christopher J. Davis
      301 S.E. Inner Loop, Suite 104, Georgetown 78626

  • Printable Application for Ballot By Mail: Must be printed & mailed to your County Elections Clerk. Online applications are not available in the state of Texas.

In-Person Voting:

Voter Identification Requirements: An acceptable form of ID is required to vote in Texas. Information on IDs and exceptions to this requirement are available on Vote411.org and VoteTexas.gov

Important Dates

  • Last Day to Register to Vote: Monday, October 5, 2020
  • Last Day to Apply for a Mail-in Ballot: Friday, October 23, 2020
  • Early Voting: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 to Friday, October 30, 2020
    (Early voting dates were extended by proclamation of Governor Abbott)
  • Election Day: Tuesday, November 3, 2020 - Polls open 7am to 7pm
  • Deadline to Submit a Mail-in Ballot: Must be received by 7pm on Tuesday, November 3, 2020 (allow ample mailing time to avoid a late ballot)

TurboVote - A free online tool that assists voters with important date reminders and voting rules. Created by the non-profit organization Democracy Works.

What's on My Ballot?

Research & Fact Checking

  • Annenberg Political Fact Check - Non-partisan fact-checking website run by The Annenberg Public Policy Center
  • Center for Public Integrity - Non-partisan investigative journalism focusing on democracy and politics
  • Newsguard- Internet browser extension that rates thousands of news websites for trustworthiness or misinformation
  • Politifact - Fact-checking website run by the Poynter Institute
  • ProCon.org – Pros and cons of current issues maintained by Encyclopaedia Britannica
  • Vote Smart: Non-partisan organization committed to providing unbaised factual information on all candidates and elected officials
  • League of Women Voters - Austin Area - Non-profit providing information on all candidates in local, state, and national elections

Political Parties

Major parties:

Minor parties: