Every Election Matters.

 

Every Vote
Counts.

Last Day to Register to Vote

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Voting Opportunities

Last Day to Register to vote for General Election: Monday, October 5, 2020
First Day of Early Voting for General Election: Monday, October 13, 2020
Last Day to Apply for Ballot by Mail (Received, not Postmarked): Friday, October 23, 2020
Last Day of Early Voting for General Election: Friday, October 30, 2020
Last day to Receive Ballot by Mail: Tuesday, November 3, 2020 (Election Day) at 7:00 p.m. if carrier envelope is not postmarked, OR Wednesday, November 4, 2020 (next business day after Election Day) at 5:00 p.m. if carrier envelope is postmarked by 7:00 p.m. at the location of the election on Election Day (unless overseas or military voter deadlines apply)*
Election Day: Tuesday, November 3, 2020

* Vote Texas website

Early Voting Locations

Early Voting takes place between October 13 and October 30 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., except for Sundays. Polls are closed on Sundays. Registered voters may Early Vote at any Early Voting site within their county of residence. Plan ahead, avoid long lines on November 3, make your vote count. Vote Early.

Travis County

If you are a registered voter in Travis County, you may Early Vote at any of the listed polling places shown on this map.

Maps were created by a 3rd party. Content is subject to change.

Williamson County

If you are a registered voter in Williamson County, you may Early Vote at any of the listed polling places shown on this map.

Board of Trustees Election

There are seven members of the Round Rock ISD Board of Trustees, each elected at-large to serve staggered four-year terms. Officers are elected by the members of the Board of Trustees. Trustees provide public service to the Round Rock ISD community without financial compensation.

On the ballot this year are candidates for Places 1, 2, 6 & 7.

The Power of a Vote

When voting for state and local officials, choices have very direct and concrete effects on the daily lives of the community.
The first step to making your voice is registering to vote.

✔️ Check your registration to make sure it is accurate and active.
✔️ Update your registration if you have changed names and/or changed addresses.

➡️ Fill out a voter registration application, then print it and send it to your county elections official

If 100% of educators vote, we can change the outcome of elections. 

Take the Texas Educators Vote Oath to Vote. 

The people you elect decide:

  1. How much to fund public schools
  2. How much time, money, and attention is spent on standardized testing
  3. Whether to support or undermine public education
  4. Whether to privatize education in Texas

Important Links

Round Rock ISD Board of Trustees Elections – There are seven members of the Round Rock ISD Board of Trustees, each elected at-large to serve staggered four-year terms. Officers are elected by the members of the Board of Trustees. Trustees provide public service to the Round Rock ISD community without financial compensation.

Williamson County election page – Williamson County new voter registration, current voter name and address changes, view what’s on your ballot, in person and vote by mail information, become a poll worker or volunteer deputy registrar, more.

Travis County election page – Travis County new voter registration, current voter name and address changes, view what’s on your ballot, in person and vote by mail information, become a poll worker or volunteer deputy registrar, more.

Texas Secretary of State, VoteTexas.gov Voter rights, FAQ, new voter registration, services for voters with special needs, information for military and overseas voters, important election dates and voting precinct information

VOTE411.org – Learn where candidates running for office in your community stand on the issues. Search by your address to create, print or email a personalized ballot to use as a reference when you vote. Let’s move Texas out of last place in voter turnout!

Austin Teen Coalition is a teen-led think tank tackling the issue of youth voter turnout out of the greater Austin area. In their collective, they aim to stimulate and spark interest for the political process through articles, interviews, and other mediums of information.