The last day to vote is Election Day on Tuesday, July 14th. Polls will be open from 7:00 am – 7:00 pm. You may vote at any polling location in Travis County. Take your voter ID and request a Democratic Primary Runoff ballot from the poll workers when you check in.
Vote By Mail
Mail in ballots must be postmarked by Election Day, July 14th, and received by the next business day if mailed from within the United States.
If you did not receive a ballot by mail for the Democratic Primary Runoff election, you must vote in person. You will need to complete a form surrendering your ballot, even if you did not receive the ballot. Thereafter, you will be allowed to vote in the election provisionally, until the Election Division confirms your ballot was not mailed in.
If you are over 65 or immunocompromised, you can request to vote curbside.
For more information, please contact the Travis County Clerk’s Office at (512) 238-VOTE or visit their website.
Make Your Voting Plan
Use our map below to find your most convenient voting location. You can vote anywhere in Travis County where you see a “Vote Here” sign. Don’t miss out on your chance to make your voice heard!