ACC Votes

Early voting for primary runoff elections begins Monday, May 20 and runs through Friday, May 24. Election Day is Tuesday, May 28.

What Are We Voting for in the Primary Runoff Elections?

May primary runoffs will finalize which Democratic and Republican primary candidates will be on the ballot in the November general election. During the March 5 primaries, there were some congressional, judicial and other local races in which no candidate exceeded 50% of the vote. Now, voters must decide between the two candidates who came in first and second to determine a winner.

The winner will face the other major party’s nominee in that race, as well as possible Libertarian and Green party candidates. Independent and write-in candidates have until the summer to file their candidacies.

Primary runoff elections in the ACC District include:

  • Democratic Ballot
    • United States Representative, District 31
    • Justice, 3rd Court of Appeals District, Place 2
    • Hays County Tax Assessor Collector
    • Hays County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2, Place 2
  • Republican Ballot
    • United States Representative, District 35
    • State Board of Education, District 10
    • Bastrop County Commissioner, Precinct 1
    • Bastrop County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2

Find Your Polling Place

Use this interactive map of ACC campuses and Early Voting sites to make your plan to vote!

Voter Information by County

To learn more about what will be on your local ballot, or to check your voter registration, you can visit the links below for each county in the ACC Service Area.

Not sure what county you are in? This tool helps you figure out what US county you’re in by doing a search of your address: What County Am I In?

County Cities Election Day Polling Sites Sample Ballot Voter Registration Application
Travis
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Austin, Del Valle, Leander, Manor, Pflugerville, Spicewood View View View
Williamson
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Austin, Round Rock, Cedar Park, Leander, Liberty Hill,  Georgetown, Hutto, Taylor View View View
Hays
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Kyle, Buda, Dripping Springs, Wimberly, Driftwood, Hays, Woodcreek View Dem: View
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Bastrop
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Bastrop, McDade, Cedar Creek, Elgin, Paige, Red Rock, Rosanky, Smithville View View View
Caldwell
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Dale, Lockhart, Luling, Martindale, Prairie Lea View View View
Lee
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Giddings, Lexington, Lincoln View Dem: View
GOP:
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Make Your Mark – Register to Vote

The registration deadline for May 28th primary runoff elections is Monday, April 29, 2024.

To confirm your voter registration status, you can visit the Texas Secretary of State’s “Am I Registered? portal, which allows you to look up your voter registration record in the statewide voter registration database.

Voter registration in Texas is county-based, so we encourage you to contact your county voter registrar for specific questions regarding the status of your voter registration.

If you need to register, you can download a voter registration application, which must be printed, signed and mailed to your county’s elections office. You can also find voter registration applications specific to your county in the above table of Voter Information by County.

Texans who have recently changed their name or moved can easily update their voter registration online through Texas.gov. Update your voter registration information online here.

You are eligible to vote if:

  • You are a U. S. citizen;
  • You are a resident of the county where you submit the application;
  • You are at least 18 years old on Election Day;
  • You are not a convicted felon (you may be eligible to vote if you have completed your sentence, probation, and parole); and
  • You have not been declared mentally incapacitated by a court of law.

Additional Resources

Want to learn more about the candidates who will be on your ballot, or need assistance with your registration for future elections? There are many organizations that provide nonpartisan resources and can help you register to vote, including:

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