Early voting turnout for the Nov. 7 election in Travis County was lower than the 2021 off-year election but higher than off-year elections in years before.

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Almost 8% of registered voters in Travis County cast their ballots from Oct. 23-Nov. 3 compared to almost 12% of registered voters during early voting two years prior, according to data from the Travis County Clerk. In 2021, voters set the county’s record for early voting turnout in an off-year November election. In 2019, around 6% of registered voters cast their ballots, which was preceded by lower turnout in 2017, 2015 and 2013.

Over 70,000 ballots were cast in Travis County during early voting out of 884,806 registered voters, according to the data. Almost 67,000 voted at the polls while 3,050 voted by mail.

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Around 25% of county voters cast their ballots Nov. 3, the last day of early voting, according to county data. The most popular Travis County voting location was the Ben Hur Shrine Center with almost 5,500 votes followed by Austin Oaks Church and Bee Cave City Hall.

The least amount of votes were cast at Huston-Tillotson University with 221 ballots collected followed by the Community Center at Del Valle.

On the ballot this election are two Travis County bond propositions totaling $509.5 million:
  • Proposition A: $233.06 million proposition for road and safety projects
  • Proposition B: $276.44 million for parks and green space projects
Lake Travis ISD voters will decide on a $143 million bond proposition that would fund athletic facilities for the district’s second high school as well as upgrades and expansions at existing athletic facilities.

Voters statewide will consider 14 propositions that would amend the state constitution.

Election Day is Nov. 7. The following polling locations will be open from 7 a.m.-7 p.m.