Early Voting Starts Today!

The polls are finally open. Early voting starts today and goes through Friday November 4th. Polls will be open from 7AM to 7PM. MAKE SURE TO HAVE A PLAN TO VOTE! Election day this year will be on Tuesday November 8th. Please make sure to have the Appropriate ID and to print out the list of approved candidates before you go since you are not allowed to have your phone out in the polling locations.

Here are some helpful links to help you find a polling location during early voting:

Travis County Polling Locations

Williamson County Polling Locations

Hays County Polling

Bastrop County Polling Locations

Here is also the list of your locals approved candidates. If you are unsure which districts you live in, you can click on this link to help figure that out before you go to the polls. Who Represents Me?

United States House of Representatives

U.S. House, District 10 – Linda Nuno

U.S. House, District 17 – Mary Jo Woods

U.S. House, District 21 – Claudia Zapata

U.S. House, District 27 – Maclovio Perez Jr

U.S. House, District 31 – No Endorsement

U.S. House, District 35 – Greg Casar

U.S. House, District 37– U.S. Rep. Lloyd Doggett

Statewide Offices 

Governor – Beto O’Rourke

Lieutenant Governor – Mike Collier

Attorney General – Rochelle Garza

Comptroller of Public Accounts – Janet T. Dudding

Commissioner of General Land Office – Jay Kleberg

Commissioner of Agriculture – Susan Hays 

Railroad Commissioner – Luke Warford

Texas Supreme Court, Place 3 – Erin A. Nowell

Texas Supreme Court, Place 5 – Amanda Reichek

Texas Supreme Court, Place 9 – Julia Maldonado

Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 5 – Dana Huffman

Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 6 – Robert Johnson

State Board of Education

SBOE, District 5 – Rebecca Bell-Metereau

Texas Senate

Texas Senate, District 14 – Sen. Sarah Eckhardt

Texas Senate, District 21 – Sen. Judith Zaffirini

Texas House of Representatives

Texas House, District 17 – Madeline Eden

Texas House, District 19 – Pam Baggett

Texas House, District 20 – Raul Camacho

Texas House, District 45 – Rep. Erin Zwiener

Texas House, District 46 – Rep. Sheryl Cole 

Texas House, District 47 – Rep. Vikki Goodwin 

Texas House, District 48 – Rep. Donna Howard 

Texas House, District 49 – Rep. Gina Hinojosa 

Texas House, District 50 – No Endorsement 

Texas House, District 51 –  Maria Luisa “Lulu” Flores

Texas House, District 52 – Luis Echegaray

Texas House, District 73 – Justin Calhoun

Texas House, District 136 – Rep. John Busy

Local Courts 

Justice, 3rd Court of Appeals, Place 4 – Rosa Lopez Theofanis

455th District Court – Laurie Eiserloh

Travis County 

County Judge – Andy Brown

County Clerk – Dyana Limon-Mercado

City of Austin Mayor and Council

Mayor – Kirk Watson

District 1 – Natasha Harper-Madison

District 3 – Jose Velasquez

District 5 – Ken Craig

District 8 – Paige Ellis

District 9 – Linda Guerrero

Austin Community College Board of Trustees

Place 4 – Sean Hassan

Place 5 – Manny Gonzalez

Place 6 – Steve Jackobs

Austin ISD Board of Trustees

District 1 – Roxanne Evans, Candace Hunter (dual endorsement)

District 4 – Kathryn Whitley Chu

District 6 – Andrew Gonzales

District 7 – David Kauffman

At-Large District 9 – Arati Singh

City of Austin Bond Referendums

City of Austin Affordable Housing Bond – FOR

Austin Community College Bond – FOR

Austin ISD Bond Package – FOR

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