March 7 Primaries

Sample Travis County ballots – actual ballots will vary according to precinct. (Only contested races are shown.)

DEMOCRAT


U.S. Senator
• Barbara Ann Radnofsky

• Gene Kelly

• Darrel Reece Hunter


U.S. Rep., District 10
• Ted Ankrum

• Sid Smith

• Paul Foreman

• Pat Mynatt


Governor
• Bob Gammage

• Chris Bell

• Rashad Jafer


Lieutenant Governor
• Benjamin Z. Grant

• Maria Luisa Alvarado

• Adrian De Leon


Agriculture Commissioner
• Hank Gilbert

• Koecadee Melton Jr.


State Rep., District 47
• Royce LeMoine

• Valinda Bolton

• Eric Beverly

• Jason Earle


State Rep., District 48
(Ed. note: Although they are still on the ballot, Rider and Brown have withdrawn and endorse Howard)

• Kathy Rider

• Donna Howard

• Andy Brown


District Judge, 299th Judicial District
• Buddy Meyer

• Charlie Baird


Judge, Co. Court of Law No. 2
• Eric Shepperd

• Elena Diaz


Travis Co. Commissioner, Precinct 2
• Sarah Eckhardt

• Karen Sonleitner


Travis Co. Commissioner, Precinct 4
• Yolanda Montemayor

• Margaret J. Gómez


Precinct 126 Chairman
• Andrew Bucknall

• Mae Harris Marion


Precinct 354 Chairman
• Leonard Ray Saenz

• Barbara J. Colvin


DEMOCRAT REFERENDUMS

REFERENDUM 1
Do you support lifting millions of families above the national poverty line by increasing the state minimum wage above its current level of $5.15 per hour?

REFERENDUM 2
Do you support the restoration of Texans' full rights to a trial by jury in civil cases?



REPUBLICAN


Governor
• Rhett R. Smith

• Larry Kilgore

• Rick Perry

• Star Locke


Lieutenant Governor
• David Dewhurst

• Tom Kelly


Railroad Commissioner
• Maj. Buck Werner

• Elizabeth Ames Jones


Supreme Court, Place 2
• Steve Smith

• Don Willett


Court of Criminal Appeals, Presiding Judge
• Sharon Keller

• Tom Price


Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 8
• Robert W. Francis

• Charles Holcomb

• Terry Keel


State Board of Education, District 5
• Ken Mercer

• Mark Loewe

• Dan Montgomery


State Board of Education, District 10
• Tony Dale

• Cynthia Dunbar


State Rep., District 47
• Dick Reynolds

• Bill Welch

• Rich Phillips

• Terry Dill

• Alex Castano


State Rep., District 50
• Don Zimmerman

• Jeff Fleece

• Mary Wheeler


3rd Court of Appeals, Place 3
• Lee Parsley

• Will Wilson

• William Paul (Bill) Green

• Bill Davidson


REPUBLICAN INITIATIVES

PHOTO ID
The Texas Legislature should enact legislation requiring that voters provide valid photo identification in order to cast a ballot in any and all elections conducted in the state of Texas.

PRIVATE PROPERTY PROTECTION
The Texas Legislature should place on the next constitutional amendment election ballot a proposition to protect private property from being taken for economic purposes.

SPENDING CAP
Every governmental body in Texas should be required to limit any annual increase in spending to the combined increase of population and inflation, except for additional spending authorized by a vote of the people or for official state of emergencies declared by the federal or state government.

APPRAISAL CAP
In order to address the inequity of homeowner's property taxes increasing at a rate far above the rate of inflation, the current 10% cap on the rate of increase of appraised value for all homesteads shall be reduced to 5% or less.


EARLY VOTING

Travis County voters may vote at any early voting location.

Early voting runs Feb. 21-March 3.

Polls are open Monday-Saturday, 7am-7pm and Sunday, noon-6pm, except where indicated otherwise.


Central


Randalls, 1500 W. 35th

Fiesta Mart, 3909 N. I-35

UT Flawn Academic Center, West Mall

Travis Co. Airport Blvd. Offices, 5501 Airport

Travis Co. Courthouse, 1000 Guadalupe

Northcross Mall, 2525 W. Anderson (Mon-Sat, 9am-8pm, Sun., noon-6pm)

Highland Mall, 6001 Airport (Mon.-Sat., 9am-8pm, Sun., noon-6pm)


East


HEB, 2701 E. Seventh*

Albertsons, 1819 S. Pleasant Valley*

North
HEB, 500 Canyon Ridge Dr. (Parmer & I-35)*

Albertsons, 11331 N. Lamar*

Randalls, 10900-D Research


Northeast


Northeast Health Center, 7112 Ed Bluestein (Springdale Shopping Center)

County Tax Office Pflugerville, 15822 Foothill Farms Loop (just off Pecan Street), Pflugerville


Northwest


HEB, 7301 FM 620 N. @ RR 2222*


South


Randalls, 2025 W. Ben White

HEB, 2400 S. Congress @ Oltorf*

Albertsons, 5510 S. I-35


Southwest


Randalls, 6600 S. Mopac

Randalls, 9911 Brodie Lane


West


Randalls, 2303 RR 620 South

Randalls, 3300 Bee Caves Road

* Temporary building in parking lot


MOBILE VOTING

Tuesday, Feb. 21


Austin Resource Center for the Homeless, 500 E. Seventh, 1-4pm

IBC Bank, 10405 FM 2222, 10am-5pm

Parsons House, 1130 Camino La Costa, 2-5pm

Englewood Estates, 2603 Jones Road, 9am-noon

Heritage Park Nursing Center, 2806 Real, 9am-noon

LBJ Building, 111 E. 17th, 9am-6pm


Wednesday, Feb. 22


AIDS Services of Austin, 7215 Cameron, noon-6pm

Summit at Westlake Hills, 1034 Liberty Park Dr., 2-5pm

Travis Building, 1701 Congress, 8am-6pm

The Continental (assisted living center), 4604 S. Lamar, 9am-noon

Montopolis Rec. Ctr., 1200 Montopolis, 9am-6pm


Thursday, Feb. 23


Heatherwilde Assisted Living, 401 S. Heatherwilde, Pflugerville, 2-6pm

Seton Southwest Hospital, 7900 FM 1826, Oak Hill, 9am-2pm

St. Edward's University, 3001 S. Congress, 9am-6pm

Manor ISD Administration Bldg., 312 Murray, Manor, 9am-6pm

Westminster Manor, 4100 Jackson, 9am-noon


Friday, Feb. 24


East Rural Community Center, 600 W. Carrie Manor St., Manor, 10am-4pm

Town Lake Center, 721 Barton Springs Rd., 10am-6pm

Stephen F. Austin Bldg., 1700 Congress, 8am-6pm

Brackenridge Hospital, 601 E. 15th, 9am-2pm


Saturday, Feb. 25


Dan Ruiz Library, 1600 Grove, 10am-5pm

Mitchie's Fine Black Art Community Ctr., 6406 N. I-35 #2800, 10am-6pm

Northwest Rural Community Ctr., 18649 FM 1431 St. 6A, Jonestown, 10am-6pm

Brighton Gardens, 4401 Spicewood Springs, 9am-2pm


Sunday, Feb. 26


Lago Vista ISD Admin. Bldg., 8039 Bar K Ranch Rd., noon-6pm

Loyalton of Austin, 5310 Duval Rd., noon-3pm

Sun Harvest, 4006 S. Lamar, noon-6pm

Mansions at Steiner Ranch, 4500 Steiner Ranch Blvd., noon-6pm


Monday, Feb. 27


Services for the Deaf, 2201 Post, 10am-4pm

Vietnamese Senior Center, 8222 Jamestown, Bldg. C, 2-6pm

Conley-Guerrero Senior Center, 808 Nile, 8am-noon

Seton Northwest, 11113 Research, 9am-2pm

Austin City Hall, 301 W. Second, first floor, 9am-5pm


Tuesday, Feb. 28


Summit at Lakeway, 1915 Lohman's Crossing, Lakeway, 2-6pm

Seton Hospital, 1201 W. 38th, 9am-2pm

Austin City Hall, 301 W. Second, first floor, 9am-5pm

DeWitty Job Training Center, 2209 Rosewood, 9am-5pm

The Park at Beckett Meadows, 7709 Beckett, 9am-noon


Wednesday, March 1


Steiner Ranch Welcome Center, 4304 Quinlan Park Rd., 10am-5pm

Govalle Care Center, 3101 Govalle, 2-5pm

Millennium Youth Entertainment Center, 1156 Hargrave, 2-6pm

Sam Houston Building, 201 E. 14th, 8am-6pm

Criss Cole Rehabilitation Center, 4800 N. Lamar, 9am-noon

RBJ Residential Tower, 21 Waller, 9am-noon


Thursday, March 2


South Rural Community Center, 3518 FM 973 S., Del Valle, 10am-6pm

Central Services Building, 1711 San Jacinto, 8am-6pm

Huston-Tillotson University, 900 Chicon, 9am-4pm

Villiage Bee Cave City Hall, 13333-A Hwy. 71 W., 9am-6pm


Friday, March 3


North Austin Medical Center, 12221 Mopac N., 10am-2pm

Volente Volunteer Fire Dept., 15406 FM 2769, 10am-6pm

Winters Building, 701 W. 51st, 8am-6pm

Del Valle ISD Administration Building, 53001 Ross, Del Valle, 8am-6pm

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