March 6 Party Primaries

Early Voting Feb. 20-March 2

March 6 Party Primaries

Travis County voters may vote at any precinct polling place in Travis County.

VOTER ID: Texas law requires registered voters to show one of seven valid, current photo IDs issued by either the Texas Dept. of Public Safety or U.S. government. No photo ID is required when voting by mail.

Additional election info:

Travis Co.: www.traviscountyelections.org or 512/238-VOTE(8683).

Williamson Co.: www.wilco.org/elections or 512/943-1630.

Hays Co.: www.co.hays.tx.us/elections.aspx or 512/393-7310.

Early Voting Locations

All locations open Mon.-Sat., 7am-7pm; Sun., noon-6pm.

CENTRAL
Fiesta Mart, 3909 N. I-35
Howson Library, 2500 Exposi­tion
Travis Co. Granger Bldg., 314 W. 11th
UT Flawn Academic Center, 2400 Inner Campus Dr.

EAST
Carver Library, 1161 Angelina
Manor ISD, 10335 Hwy. 290 E.
Parque Zaragoza, 2608 Gonzales

NORTH
County Tax Office, 15822 Foothill Farms Loop, Pflugerville
Disability Rights TX, 2222 W. Braker

NORTHWEST
Old Quarry Library, 7051 Village Ctr.
Randalls, 10900-D Research
Ben Hur Shrine Center, 7811 Rock­wood (7am-5pm on Feb. 24)

WEST
Randalls, 5145 FM 620 N.
Randalls, 3300 Bee Caves Rd., West Lake Hills
Randalls, 2301 RR 620 S., Lakeway
Bee Cave City Hall, 4000 Galleria

SOUTH/SOUTHWEST
Gardner/Betts Annex, 2501 S. Congress
Randalls, 2025 W. Ben White
Randalls, 9911 Brodie
Randalls, MoPac & William Cannon

SOUTHEAST
Dan Ruiz Library, 1600 Grove
Fiesta Mart, 5510 S. I-35
Del Valle ISD, 5301 Ross

NORTHEAST
Urban League, 8011-A Cameron
Travis Co., 5501 Airport

Mobile Voting

THURSDAY, MARCH 1
YMCA Northwest, 5807 McNeil, 8am-6pm
Sam Houston Bldg., 201 E. 14th, 8am-5pm
North Austin Muslim Center, 11900 N. Lamar, 8-11am
GAMA Events Center, 8801 Research, 1-6pm
Austin City Hall, 301 W. Second, 8am-7pm

FRIDAY, MARCH 2
YMCA Northwest, 5807 McNeil, 8am-6pm
S.F. Austin Bldg., 1700 N. Congress, 8am-5pm
Lago Vista City Hall, 5803 Thunderbird, 9am-5pm
Austin City Hall, 301 W. Second, 8am-7pm

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