Wanna Vote? Better Register Soon.

Hurry, hurry! Register to vote before the big day.

Are you registered to vote in Travis County? Are you sure? Something you may not realize: Even if you have voted in Travis for years, if you have moved within the county since the last election, your registration doesn't automatically follow you, and you need to re-register at your new address (otherwise, you may end up having to travel to your old neighborhood to vote). To be certain you are registered and registered at the correct address, go to www.traviscountytax.org/goVoters.do and verify.

If you plan to vote in the Nov. 4 election and are not yet registered, you have until Oct. 6 to do so. Call 854-9473 for more information.alt.metal

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