2020 Primary Runoff Guide

The big election is in November (where you'll see my name on the ballot!) but first we have a primary runoff and special election! **Note that for these elections, there are NO polling places in the City of Austin for Williamson County early voters and Travis County voters have different locations than usual. There is an expanded list of locations for election day in both counties.

Get informed then get voting!

- Council Member Jimmy Flannigan


Travis County

Early voting locations in and near District 6 for Travis County:

Davis Elementary
5214 Duval Rd

Grandview Hills Elementary
12024 Vista Parke Dr

Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2  - 7:00am to 7:00pm
Sunday, July 5 - noon to 6:00 pm
Monday, July 6 through Friday, July 10 - 7:00am to 7:00pm

View Tuesday, July 14 Election Day locations (7am-7pm) at https://countyclerk.traviscountytx.gov/elections/current-election.html

Look up your sample ballot at https://www.votetravis.com/vexpress/display.do.

For additional information on candidates, check out the League of Women Voters - Austin guide or visit Vote411 by the League of Women Voters. Here are my public endorsements for selected races:

  • Chrysta Castañeda for Railroad Commissioner
  • Delia Garza for County Attorney
  • Jose Garza for District Attorney
  • Ann Howard for Travis County Commissioner Pct 3

Other races on this ballot:

  • MJ Hegar & Royce West for US Senate
  • Pritesh Gandhi & Mike Siegel for US Congress TX-10
    • D6 neighborhoods Canyon Creek, Grandview Hills, Balcones/Spicewood (all neighborhoods around the Balcones Country Club area) and along Anderson Mill Rd in Travis County
  • Rick Kennedy & David Anthony Jaramillo for US Congress TX-17
    • D6 neighborhoods Balcones Woods, Mesa Park, Angus Valley, Milwood, Riata, and apartment complexes adjacent to 183 and Parmer Lane in Travis County
  • Dimple Malhotra & Margaret Chen Kercher for County Court at Law No. 4

Also on the ballot is the special election for Texas Senate District 14 featuring two Democratic candidates State Rep. Eddie Rodriguez former County Judge Sarah Eckhardt. While I am not making a singular endorsement in this race, we need a MAJOR turnout for both of these great candidates. Note that there are other names on this ballot, including the former council member for District 6. 

You can also find updated runoff endorsements on these races from the Austin Chronicle.

 


Williamson County

THERE ARE NO EARLY VOTING LOCATIONS IN THE CITY OF AUSTIN FOR THIS ELECTION. The closest early voting locations to District 6 for Williamson County are:

Cedar Park Randalls
1400 Cypress Creek Road, CEDAR PARK

Baca Senior Center
301 W. Bagdad Avenue, ROUND ROCK

Monday, June 29 through Thursday, July 2  - 8:00am to 5:00pm
Sunday, July 5 - 10:00am to 3:00 pm
Monday, July 6 through Friday, July 10 - 7:00am to 7:00pm

View Tuesday, July 14 Election Day locations (7am-7pm) at https://www.wilco.org/Departments/Elections/Voting-in-Person/Election-Day

Look up your sample ballot at https://apps.wilco.org/elections/default.aspx.

For additional information on candidates, check out the League of Women Voters - Austin guide or visit Vote411 by the League of Women Voters. Here are my public endorsements for selected races:

  • Dr. Christine Eady Mann for US Congress TX-31
  • Chrysta Castañeda for Railroad Commissioner

Other races on this ballot:

  • MJ Hegar & Royce West for US Senate

You can also find updated runoff endorsements on these races from the Austin Chronicle.


NOTE: Vote by mail applications needed to be received by the county by July 2 and must be mailed. Therefore, it is too late to request a mail ballot for the primary runoff and special election.

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You can also apply to vote by mail for the November election
Here’s what you need to know:

  • County offices have no legal authority to require you to prove your disability when you submit your application
  • You can consider all aspects of your health and health history when deciding whether to apply to vote by mail
  • You do not have to declare the nature of your disability
  • It is up to you to decide if in-person voting will likely cause you injury

Applications for ballot by mail MUST BE RECEIVED by your county on or before Friday, October 23.

Travis CountyDownload your mail ballot application — Mail to: Dana Debeauvoir, Travis County Clerk - Elections Division, PO Box 149325, Austin, TX 78714-9325. Learn more on the Travis County Clerk website.

Williamson County: Download your mail ballot application — Mail to: Williamson County Elections, PO Box 209, Georgetown, TX 78627. Learn more on the Williamson County elections website.