Austin City Council: Twenty candidates have filed for five positions on the dais, including four incumbents running to retain their seats.
Austin ISD board of trustees: Four of the nine positions on the board will turn over, with no incumbents choosing to re-run to retain their seats on the board this fall. In one race, District 3, University of Texas at Austin professor Kevin Foster is running uncontested.
Austin Proposition A–Project Connect: City voters will decide whether to fund a $7.1 billion investment in public transportation that includes two light-rail lines, an underground rail station downtown and a new commuter rail line. About 55% of the plan is expected to be funded locally, with the rest coming from federal dollars.
Austin Proposition B—Transportation Bond: The city is asking voters for approval to borrow $460 million that would pay for new bike lanes, sidewalks, traffic safety projects, capital improvements and more.
Austin Community College board of trustees: Just one incumbent, Mark Williams, faces a challenge. He will face challenger Dana Walker.
Place 1: Mark Williams*, Dana Walker
Place 2: Gigi Edwards-Bryant*
Place 3: Nan McRaven*
Travis County judge: The Travis County Democratic and Republican parties each named nominees to succeed now-State Sen. Sarah Eckhardt in mid-August. Andy Brown will be the Democratic nominee against Republican Michael Lovins.
Other county, statewide and federal positions: Find a final list of candidates in Austin and Travis County following the July 14 primary runoff elections here.