Early Voting Locations and Voter ID Info

Find your nearest polling location and know what to bring with you

Please note that these are EARLY voting locations. You can find a list of ELECTION DAY polling locations at the Travis County Clerk site.

Starting Monday, Oct. 21, you can vote early for the Nov. 5 election.

Not sure what’s on the ballot? Here’s a quick guide to the city, county, and state propositions being voted on.

For everything else – where to vote and what kind of ID you need – keep reading.

Travis County voters may vote at any “vote center” (where you see a “Vote Here/Aquí” sign).

Voter ID: Texas law requires registered voters to show one of seven forms of photo ID (current or expired for less than 4 years) issued by either the Texas Department of Public Safety or the U.S. government (not required when voting by mail):
• Texas Driver License issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS)
• Texas Election Identification Certificate issued by DPS
• Texas Personal Identification Card issued by DPS
• Texas Handgun License issued by DPS
• United States Military Identification Card containing the person's photograph
• United States Citizenship Certificate containing the person's photograph
• United States Passport (book or card)
Voters without photo ID may vote after signing a Reasonable Impediment Declaration and providing supporting documentation. See countyclerk.traviscountytx.gov/elections for more info on photo ID and supporting documentation.

Additional Election Info:
Travis Co.: countyclerk.traviscountytx.gov/elections or 512/238-VOTE(8683)
Williamson Co.: www.wilco.org/elections or 512/943-1630
Hays Co.: www.co.hays.tx.us/elections or 512/393-7310

Early Voting Locations

All locations open Mon.-Sat., 7am-7pm; Sun., noon-6pm (unless otherwise noted).

(H) = Mega-center


ACC Highland, 6101 Airport (H)
Austin City Hall, 301 W. Second
Carver Library, 1161 Angelina
Fiesta Mart, 3909 N. I-35
Travis Co. Granger Bldg., 314 W. 11th Rm. 115
UT Flawn Academic Center,
2400 Inner Campus Dr.


Fiesta Mart, 5510 S. I-35
Gardner/Betts Annex,
2501 S. Congress
Randalls Slaughter, 9911 Brodie
Randalls Wm Cannon, 6600 S. MoPac
Southpark Meadows, 9600 S. I-35 (H)


Ben Hur Shrine Center,
7811 Rockwood Ln. (H)
Christ Episcopal, 3520 W. Whitestone, Cedar Park
County Tax Office, 15822 Foothill Farms, Pflugerville
Disability Rights Texas,
2222 W. Braker
Randalls Braker,
10900-D Research
YMCA Northwest, 5807 McNeil
MT Supermarket,
10901 N. Lamar (Mon.-Sat., 10am-7pm; Sun., noon-6pm)


Austin Area Urban League, 8011 Cameron
Dan Ruiz Library, 1600 Grove
Del Valle ISD, 5301 Ross Rd.
Manor ISD, 10335 Hwy. 290 E.
Millennium Youth Complex, 1156 Hargrave (H)
Parque Zaragoza, 2608 Gonzales


Bee Cave City Hall, 4000 Galleria Pkwy.
Briarcliff POA Community Center,
22801 Briarcliff Dr., Spicewood
Howson Library, 2500 Exposition
Randalls West Lake, 3300 Bee Caves Rd.
Randalls Lakeway, 2301 RR 620 S.
Randalls Steiner Ranch, 5145 FM 620 N.

Mobile Voting

There are no mobile voting locations anymore, thanks to the Texas Legislature.

Early voting runs Oct. 21-Nov. 1. Follow all the Chronicle's Election coverage here.

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