Vote center locations and hours for polling times vary.
What's on the ballot?
The races on each ballot will vary depending on where voters live, said Williamson County spokesperson Connie Watson, who added voters can go online to look up what races they are able to vote for using their address.
In Williamson County, depending on one's address, elections include Leander City Council races and several propositions. Voters can also choose Hutto ISD board of trustees members; one Hutto City Council representative; two new Cedar Park City Council members and the mayor; and decide on Cedar Park Proposition 1, which would authorize the sale of 14.37 acres of undeveloped parkland. Georgetown voters can decide races for District 3 City Council and Georgetown ISD Place 3 seats.
In Travis County, elections include Pflugerville ISD board of trustees elections, Lake Travis ISD school board elections, and elections for the mayor and council members in the city of Bee Cave.
Austin residents can decide on the city's Proposition 1, which aims to repeal a city ordinance related to ride-hailing companies such as Uber and Lyft and replace it with an ordinance that would repeal and prohibit required fingerprinting for transportation network companies’ drivers.
Hays County voters can decide the results of the San Marcos CISD single-member District 5 race, elections for two Hays CISD board seats, city of Kyle elections, Dripping Springs ISD board elections, and mayor and council races for the city of Wimberley.
What will voters need?
Texas voters must show a form of identification, such as a driver’s license, passport or U.S. military ID, Watson said. There are a few exemptions, which are listed on the Texas Department of Public Safety website: http://www.dps.texas.gov/DriverLicense/electionID.htm.
Residents may cast ballots in person at various polling locations and vote centers. Travis County voters can visit the Travis County clerk’s website for a list of polling locations and election details, and Williamson County voters can visit the Williamson County elections website. Information for Hays County voters can be found online as well.
For primary runoff elections scheduled for May 24, early voting will begin May 16.