Nov 7th, 2023 Joint General and Special Election – when and where to vote:

Early Voting Schedule – Travis CountyEarly Voting Schedule – Williamson County
Mon, Oct. 23 – Fri, Nov. 3
Hours: Mon – Sat: 7:00 am – 7:00 pm
Sun: 12:00pm – 6:00 pm
Travis County Polling Locations
Travis County Elections Website
Mon, Oct. 23 – Sat, Oct. 28: 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Sun, Oct. 29: 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Mon, Oct. 30 – Fri, Nov. 3: 7:00 am – 7:00 pm
Williamson County Early Voting Locations
Williamson County Elections Website
Election Day Voting Schedule – Travis & Williamson
Tues, November 7th from 7:00 am – 7:00 pm
Travis County Polling Locations | Williamson County Polling Locations
Travis County Elections Website | Williamson County Elections Website

Questions about voting? Problems voting? Extenuating circumstances? Think you can’t vote?

Your county election professionals and voter-protection experts can help! Click below for contact info.

Travis County

(512) 854-4996 or (512) 238-VOTE (8683)

Williamson County

(512) 943-1630 [Ballot by mail: (512) 943-1633]

Texas Voter Protection

Need help voting in Texas?

ENGLISH: 866-OUR-VOTE or 866-687-8683

SPANISH: 888-VE-Y-VOTA or 888-839-8682

ASIAN LANGUAGES: 888-API-VOTE or 888-274-8683
Mandarin, Cantonese, Vietnamese, Korean, Tagalog, Urdu, Hindi, Bengali

ARABIC: 844-YALLA-US or 866-925-5287

ASL (VIDEO CALL): 301-818-VOTE or 301-818-8683

DISABILITY RIGHTS TX: 888-796-VOTE or 888-796-8683

For more information, visit

Vote like a Pro! Tip #1: Know what’s on your ballot.

In Travis County: visit and scroll way down. Enter your LAST NAME ONLY and your birthdate. Click on the upper right-hand corner of the search results for your sample ballot.

In Williamson County: visit Click “Voter & Sample Ballot Lookup” and enter your info.

Vote like a Pro! Tip #2: bring your “cheat sheet” – no phones allowed. (or click here for vote by mail)

Access Education endorses a vote FOR Round Rock ISD Prop A and FOR State of Texas Proposition 9 in the Nov 7, 2023 election.

See our Endorsements page for more info

Cell phones and conspicuous flyers are not allowed to be out inside the polling place. It’s a good idea to write or print your choices on paper and bring it with you to vote!

If you print out your sample ballot to use at the polls (what a great idea!), be sure to verify all races shown electronically get printed! You may have to shrink the document in your printer settings for everything to print out on standard paper.

Vote like a Pro! Tip #3: Bring your ID.

There are lots of Voter ID options, even if you lose your usual ID.

  • The address on your ID does NOT have to match the one on your voter registration.
  • If you’re under 70 years old, your ID can be up to four years expired.  If you’re at least 70 years old, there’s no limit to how expired your ID can be.  

Vote like a Pro! Tip #4: Know when and where you are voting & mark it on your calendar.

Voting in person

Early voting starts October 23. Deadline to vote early is 7pm on Friday, November 3. Election Day is Tuesday, November 7. You may vote at any polling place that is within your county of residence. Polling days and hours vary by county – check locations and hours within your county of residence here: Travis County | Williamson County.

Did you move within your county? You can STILL vote even if you haven’t updated your voter registration with your new address yet!

When the check-in clerk asks “Do you still live on [your old street]” Answer honestly. They’ll ask if you want to update your address. If you do (it’s not required), say ‘yes’ – and provide the new address. They’ll ask you to sign a form. That’s it! Now you can go vote!

Do you have a Ballot by Mail at home? If you’re voting in person, bring your mail ballot with you, so the election workers can cancel it.

Running late? Work late? Need a ride? Remember, if you are in line when the polls close, you may stay in line to vote! Free ride-share to the polls for those in need of transportation!

Vote like a Pro! Tip #5: Make sure your mail-in ballot counts.

Voting by Mail

Already voted by mail? Track your mail ballot with your county clerk: Travis County | Williamson County to make sure it is received and counted! Mailed ballots must be postmarked no later than November 7 and received by 5pm on November 8th.

You are eligible for Ballot By Mail (BBM) in Texas ONLY IF one or more of the following applies to you:

  • You’ll be out of town the entire time between October 23 – November 3 and on November 7
  • You’re pregnant, and your due date is three weeks before or after Election Day
  • You’re temporarily or permanently disabled
  • You’re at least 65 years old
  • You’re confined in jail but are still eligible to vote
  • You’re in the hospital on Election Day (Emergency Ballot by Mail, which has different procedures)

If eligible, you must apply to receive a ballot by mail (BBM) and your county clerk must receive your application for BBM on or before the office closes on Friday, October 27. If you miss this deadline, you will need to vote in person. BBM applications and info by county: Travis County | Williamson County

When you submit your mail-in ballot, remember that your ID numbers go UNDER the flap of the carrier envelope. Put both your ID number AND the last 4 digits of your SSN there, just to be safe.

Vote like a Pro! Tip #6: Know your rights at the polling place.

If you are told you cannot vote, that you must vote a provisional ballot, or that your ballot by mail (BBM) vote won’t be counted – always verify with voter protection. If you are trying to vote in person, politely explain to the poll worker that you want to verify with Texas Voter Protection, and ask them to save your place in line while you step outside the polling place to use your phone. Once outside the polling place, visit or call 1-866-687-8683 (OUR VOTE). Voter assistance is available in multiple languages.

What if you’re sick on election day?

There are a lot of illnesses going around – curbside voting is a great option in this case. it takes a bit longer to vote curbside, so allow extra time. when you arrive, look for the curbside voting signs at your polling place and park there. if nobody is outside, you can call the number below to let them know you wish to vote curbside.
Travis County: (512) 854-4996 or (512) 238-VOTE (8683)
Williamson County: (512) 943-1630

Vote like a Pro! Tip #7: Vote the whole ballot to save our schools!

High-quality public schools that serve every student are only possible through effective pro-public education leadership at the federal, state, county and local levels. School District elections are at the bottom/end of your ballot, but all the races – from State Props to Governor to Trustee – are somehow connected to supporting (or NOT supporting) public education.