Bastrop County voters will find state and local propositions on the ballot on Election Day, Nov. 7. Bastrop County voters can find the November sample ballot online here. Early voting runs from Oct. 23-Nov. 3.

Here is some information to know before heading to the polls.

1. Where to vote

Voting times and locations depend on the county of residence. Voting sites also vary between early voting and Election Day. Ballots can be cast at any voting site in your county.
  • Main Early Voting Location: Bastrop County Courthouse Annex, 804 Pecan St., Lower Level, Conference Room, Bastrop
  • Smithville Recreation Center, 106 Royston St., Smithville
  • Bastrop County Cedar Creek Annex, 5785 FM 535, Cedar Creek
  • Elgin Recreation Center, 361 N. Hwy. 95, Elgin

Election Day polling locations

On Election Day, a voter may vote at any of the locations listed below:
  • Aqua Water Supply, 415 Old Austin Highway, Bastrop
  • River Valley Christian Fellowship, 1224 W. Hwy. 71, Bastrop
  • Ascension Catholic Church, 804 Pine St., Bastrop
  • Paige Community Center, 107 S. Main St., Paige
  • Calvary Baptist Church, 3001 Loop 150 E., Bastrop
  • Smithville Rec Center, 106 Royston St., Smithville
  • Rosanky Community Center, 135 Main St., Rosanky
  • Bastrop County Cedar Creek Annex, 5785 FM 535, Cedar Creek
  • Red Rock Community Center, 114 Red Rock Road, Red Rock
  • Elgin Recreation Center, 361 N. Hwy. 95, Elgin
  • Faith Lutheran Church, 230 Waco St., McDade
  • Family Worship Center, 2425 FM 1704, Elgin
  • Bastrop County ESD No. 2 Station 4, 1432 N. Hwy. 95, Bastrop

2. When to vote

Early voting times are as follows:
  • Oct. 23-27: 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • Oct. 28: 9 a.m.-noon
  • Oct. 30-Nov. 1: 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • Nov. 2-3: 7 a.m.-7 p.m.
On Election Day, Nov. 7, voters can cast their ballots from 7 a.m.-7 p.m.

3. What's on the ballot
  • Alongside 14 state propositions, voters will find Bastrop County Proposition A. The proposition is to abolish the currently vacant office of the surveyor in Bastrop County on November's ballot.
  • Voting on city of Bastrop Proposition A, residents will decide on the reallocation of funds to existing residential roads. The proposition, if passed, would cut roughly 75% of the Bastrop Economic Development Corporation's budget.
  • Lexington Independent School District propositions A and B are for the approval of school building bonds for the district. Both propositions involve a property tax increase.
4. What ID to bring

Voters must bring an acceptable form of photo identification to the polls, according to the Texas Secretary of State. These include:
  • Texas driver's license
  • Texas election identification certificate
  • Texas personal identification card
  • Texas handgun license
  • United States military identification card with the person’s photo
  • United States citizenship certificate with the person’s photo
  • U.S. passport (book or card)
If a voter does not have one of these ID options, then a supporting form of ID can be used with a reasonable impediment declaration, according to the state. A list of supporting IDs and additional photo ID information is available at

5. Ballot-by-mail information

The final day to receive a ballot by mail is Oct. 27. Bastrop County ballot-by-mail applications and information can be found online. More information about mail-in ballots can be found at

Eligible voters who already requested their mail-in ballot can return their ballots by mail. Mailed ballots must be postmarked by Election Day.