Early Voting Locations

Early voting for the May 6 election starts Wednesday, April 19, and runs through April 28.


206 East Ninth

Austin Recreation Center
1301 Shoal Creek Blvd.

HEB Food Store #18
4001 N. Lamar

University of Texas (West Mall)
Flawn Academic Center Lobby


ACC Eastview Campus
3401 Webberville Road

A. B. Cantu/Pan American Recreation Center
2100 East Third

Rosewood Recreation Center
2300 Rosewood


Barrington Elementary School
400 Cooper Dr.

Northcross Mall
2525 W. Anderson

Walnut Creek Elementary School
401 W. Braker

ACC Northridge Campus
11928 Stonehollow Dr.

HEB Food Store #6
12407 MoPac North

ACC District Office
5930 Middle Fiskville Road


ACC-Riverside Campus
1020 Grove Blvd.

Allison Elementary School
515 Vargas Road

Linder Elementary School
2800 Metcalfe Road

Southeast Austin Community Library
5803 Nuckols Crossing Road


Randalls Food Market #473
6800 Berkman

Winn Elementary School
3500 Susquehanna Lane


Anderson High School
8403 Mesa Dr.

Spicewood Springs Branch Library
8637 Spicewood Springs Road

Leander City Hall
200 Willis, Leander


Randalls Food Market #485
2025 W. Ben White

South Austin Recreation Center
1100 Cumberland

A.B. Dittmar Recreation Center
1009 W. Dittmar


ACC Pinnacle Campus
7128 Hwy. 290 West

Covington Middle School
3700 Convict Hill Road

For more info on city elections, call the city of Austin at 499-2220, or check the city's Web site at http://www.ci.austin.tx.us.

For more information on AISD elections, call the school district at 414-1700 or go to http://www.austin.isd.tenet.edu.

For other election info, call the Travis Co. Clerk's election division at 473-9553, or http://www.co.travis.tx.us/ county_clerk/election/.

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