Voters throughout Texas—including those in Cedar Park, Leander and Liberty Hill—will head to the polls to vote for council members, school board trustees and local propositions. With early voting beginning April 22, here's a quick guide to what's on the ballot.

Dates to know

April 22: First day of early voting

April 23: Last day to apply for ballot by mail (received, not postmarked)

April 30: Last day of early voting

May 4: Election day and the last day to receive ballot by mail (or May 6 if carrier envelope is postmarked by 7 p.m. at location of election)

Sample ballot

Only candidates in contested elections are included. Go to county Williamson County and Travis County's election websites for information on uncontested races.

Click on the name of each race to read Q&As with the candidates or additional Community Impact reporting on the topic.

*indicates incumbent

Cedar Park City Council, Place 4
  • Eric Boyce*
  • Michael Endres
City of Leander, Proposition A
  • Adoption of the firefighters’ and police officers’ civil service law for the Leander fire department
City of Leander, Proposition B
  • Adoption of the state law applicable to firefighters that establishes collective bargaining if a majority of the affected employees favor representation by an employees association, preserves the prohibition against strikes and lockouts, and provides penalties for strikes and lockouts
Leander City Council, mayor
  • Damon Burger
  • Christine DeLisle*
  • Fred Summers
  • John David Cowman
  • Andy Hogue
Leander City Council, Place 2
  • Michael Herrera
  • Esmeralda Mattke Longoria*
Leander City Council, Place 4
  • Monica Roussel-Methena
  • Na’Cole Thompson*
Leander City Council, Place 6
  • Pulla Reddy Yeduru
  • Becki Ross*
  • Anna Yelaun
Liberty Hill City Council, mayor
  • Devin Vyner
  • Crystal Mancilla
Liberty Hill ISD, Place 4
  • Kathy Major*
  • Sharon Yager
Where to vote

Williamson County and Travis County residents can vote at any polling location in the county in which they are registered to vote during early voting or on election day.

Early voting hours vary by county, but election day voting hours are from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. statewide.

All early voting locations listed are also open on election day. This list is noncomprehensive; visit county election websites for a complete list.

**indicates early voting location

Williamson County

Anderson Mill Limited District**
  • 11500 El Salido Parkway, Austin
Cedar Park Recreation Center**
  • 1435 Main St., Cedar Park
First Baptist Church Leander
  • 10000 FM 2243, Leander
Leander Public Library Annex**
  • 1011 S. Bagdad Road, Leander
Liberty Hill High School
  • 16500 W. Hwy. 29, Liberty Hill
Liberty Hill ISD Gym Annex**
  • 301 Forest St., Liberty Hill
Pat Bryson Municipal Hall
  • 201 N. Brushy St., Leander
  • 1400 Cypress Creek Road, Cedar Park
Santa Rita Ranch-Ranch House
  • 175 Elizabeth Park Blvd., Liberty Hill
Travis County

Christ Episcopal Church**
  • 3520 W. Whitestone Blvd., Cedar Park
Round Mountain Baptist Church
  • 14500 Round Mountain Road, Leander
Unity Church of the Hills**
  • 9905 Anderson Mill Road, Austin
Whitestone Elementary School
  • 2000 Crystal Falls Parkway, Leander