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Countdown to Election Day

The Next Election will be:

The Joint Primary Elections


Tuesday, March 03, 2020



Countdown to Early Voting

Early Voting Begins:

Tuesday, February 18, 2020


During Early Voting and on Election Day you may vote at any polling location where you see a "Vote Here" sign.


Travis County Election Results

Results are updated regularly as votes are tallied on election night.

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2019 Elections


May 04, 2019 — Local Election

2018 Elections


March 06, 2018 — Joint Primary Election

2017 Elections


November 07, 2017 — Joint General and Special Elections (Local)

May 6, 2017 — Joint General and Special Elections (Local)

2016 Elections


December 13, 2016 — Joint General and Special Elections Runoff

November 8, 2016 — Presidential Joint General and Special Elections

May 24, 2016 — Primary Runoff Elections

May 7, 2016 — Local Elections

March 1, 2016 — Joint Primary Election

2015 Elections


November 3, 2015 — Joint General and Special Election

May 9, 2015 — Joint General and Special Election

2014 Elections


December 16, 2014 — Joint Special Runoff Elections

November 4, 2014 — Joint General and Special Elections

May 27, 2014 — Joint Primary Runoff Election

May 10, 2014 — Local Elections

March 4, 2014 — Joint Primary Election

January 28, 2014 — House District 50 Special Election Runoff

2013 Elections


November 5, 2013 — Joint General and Special Elections

May 11, 2013 — Joint General and Special Elections

2012 Elections


November 6, 2012 — General Elections (Presidential)

July 31, 2012 — Runoff Primary Election

May 29, 2012 — Joint Primary Election

May 12, 2012 — Joint General and Special Elections

2011 Elections


November 8, 2011 — Joint General and Special Elections

June 18, 2011 — Runoff Elections

May 14, 2011 — Joint General and Special Elections

2010 Elections


November 2, 2010 — Joint General and Special Elections

June 12, 2010 — Joint General Runoff Elections

May 8, 2010 — Joint General and Special Elections

April 13, 2010 — Joint Primary Runoff Elections

March 2, 2010 — Joint Primary Elections

2009 Elections


November 3, 2009 — Joint General and Special Elections

May 9, 2009 — Joint General and Special Elections

2008 Elections


November 4, 2008 — Joint General and Special Elections (Presidential Election)

June 14, 2008 — Joint General and Special Runoff Elections

May 10, 2008 — Joint General and Special Elections

April 8, 2008 — Primary Runoff Election

March 4, 2008 — Joint Primary Election

2007 Elections


November 6, 2007 — Joint General and Special Elections

May 12, 2007 Joint General and Special Elections

2006 Elections


November 7, 2006 — Joint General and Special Elections

May 13, 2006 — Joint General and Special Elections

April 11, 2006 — Primary Runoff

March 7, 2006 — Primary Election

February 14, 2006 — District 48 Run-off

January 17, 2006 — District 48 Special Election

2005 Elections


November 8, 2005 — Joint Special Elections

June 11, 2005 — Joint General and Special Election

May 7, 2005 — Joint General and Special Election

2004 Elections


2003 Elections


September 13, 2003 — Constitutional Amendment

June 7, 2003 — Austin City Council Runoff

May 3, 2003 — Austin Mayoral, ACC and Volente Elections

2002 Elections


November 5, 2002 — General Election

March 12, 2002 — Democratic and Republican Primaries

2001 Elections


November 6, 2001 — Bonds and Amendments

2000 Elections


November 7, 2000 — Presidential Election

March 14, 2000 — Primary

1999 Elections


November 2, 1999 — Joint Election

1998 Elections


November 3, 1998 — General Election

March 10, 1998 — Primary

1997 Elections


November 4, 1997 — Bonds and Amendments

August 9, 1997 — Constitutional Amendment

1996 Elections


November 5, 1996 — General Election

Let us vote in such overwhelming numbers that we show everyone how much we love our country, how much we love our people, how much we love peace, how much we love life itself.

— Nelson Mandela

The Travis County Clerk maintains the county's records, administers elections, and oversees legal documentation (such as property deeds, marriage licenses and assumed name certificates).


Main Phone Line: (512) 854-9188 | 24 Hour Voter Hotline: (512) 238-VOTE (8683) | Election Division: (512) 854-4996 | Misdemeanor Division: (512) 854-9440