Runoff Voting Instructions


Voting by Mail

If you voted by mail in the General Election, you may automatically receive a ballot depending on how you applied for the mail ballot earlier this year. Check your mail ballot status in Travis County or Williamson County

If you can’t find your ballot or don’t know if you are going to receive a ballot, you can still vote in person! The election workers will tell you if you should have gotten a ballot. If you didn’t, you can vote regularly. If not they will have you vote provisionally, which will count as long as your ballot isn’t mailed in.

Travis County

Tuesday, Dec 15 Election Day Voting Locations near District 6:
Polling locations are open 7 am - 7 pm

McNeil High School Performing Arts Center
5800 McNeil Dr

Peace Lutheran Church
10625 N Ranch Road 620

Unity Church of the Hills
9905 Anderson Mill Rd

St Luke's on the Lake Episcopal Church
5600 Ranch Rd 620 N

Milwood Branch Library
12500 Amherst Drive

Renaissance Austin Hotel at the Arboretum
9721 Arboretum Blvd

Indeed at the Domain
10721 Domain Dr

You can vote at any Voting Location in Travis County. Don't forget your photo ID or identifying documents.

A map and full list of Travis County Voting Locations can be found HERE.

Williamson County

Tuesday, Dec 15 Election Day Locations near District 6:
Polling locations are open 7am to 7pm

McNeil High School Performing Arts Center
5800 McNeil Dr

Anderson Mill Limited District
11500 El Salido Pkwy

Pinballz Lake Creek
13729 N US 183 Hw

Kelly Reeves Athletic Complex
10211 W Parmer Lane

You can vote at any Voting Location in Williamson County. Don't forget your photo ID or identifying documents.

A full list of Williamson County Voting Locations can be found HERE.

Voter ID

Texas's Voter ID Laws are still in effect. When you vote, take your accepted photo ID, including: TX Driver’s License, TX personal ID card, TX Election ID Certificate, or US passport book or card, among others. Your photo ID must be current or have expired no more than 4 years ago.

If you don't have an ID, you still get to vote:

When you vote, take a valid voter registration certificate, a certified birth certificate (must be an original); or a copy or original of a current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, or government document with your name and an address on it (a government document with your photo must be original). Tell the poll workers you don’t have a photo ID and why. You should be allowed to vote a regular ballot after signing an affidavit.