Election day polling locations
Registered voters in Travis County can cast their ballots at any polling location within the county on Election Day. A full list of polling centers can be found below.
Early voting turnout
According to the Travis County Clerk's office, 48,415 residents voted early, for a total turnout of 6.02%. Daily voting totals can be found below, courtesy of the Travis County Clerk website.
Oct. 21 — 3,077
Oct. 22 — 2,925
Oct. 23 — 3,007
Oct. 24 — 3,049
Oct. 25 — 3,280
Oct. 26 — 2,030
Oct. 27 — 933
Oct. 28 — 3,367
Oct. 29 — 3,818
Oct. 30 — 4,612
Oct. 31 — 6,196
Nov. 1 — 12,121
This November, although there are no candidate races on the ballot, Austin voters will see a pair of questions that have riled up city officials, citizen groups and a wide range of stakeholders.
Learn about what is on this year's ballot, including two propositions that landed on the Austin ballot thanks to citizen-led petitions and a Travis County referendum on whether to allocate hotel occupancy tax revenue for an expansion of the Travis County Expo Center.
New voting machines
Travis County commissioners approved purchasing a new $8.16 million voting system in August 2018. This election is the first time it will be in use.
How are local elections paid for?
Elections are paid for by the county, which is then reimbursed by local governments for their respective portion of the costs.
The end of mobile voting
A new state law took effect Sept. 1 that prohibits the use of mobile voting. In past elections, Travis County has relied on mobile voting locations to serve rural and senior populations.