Election Day -- Nov. 6, 2018 -- is now upon us. Whether you know exactly who and what you're voting for, or you're still waiting to read more about the candidates and issues on your ballot, the Travis County Republican Party has made it easier than ever for you to make a decision in one of the most important mid-term elections of our time.
Below are some helpful resources to print out and take to the voting station or share with neighbors and friends.
>> Vote recommendation flyer:
Follow these seven simple steps for victory on election night! Tell your friends.
>> Candidates appearing on the 2018 ballot:
Even if you vote straight party we urge you to get to know each candidate on your ballot. (This is especially important for anything below Justice of the Peace -- City Council, local referendums, etc. -- as a straight-ticket option will not select these local-level races. So Please review your ballot carefully before finishing.)
>> Local election positions:
School boards, cities, and other local jurisdictions will be voting on a variety of bonds and other proposals. While the Travis GOP has not issued positions on them all, you can find our recommendations by clicking the image above.
>> Help voting page:
There's no shame in having questions -- most of us do. We have set up a Help Voting page with frequently asked questions and links to helpful voter resources. Click the image above to learn more.
>> Voting locations map:
Travis County voters may vote at any Travis County polling location again this year. Below is a map of all available vote centers on Nov. 6 [click here to zoom in and for more detail]
>> List of voting locations:
Click here or on the list below to zoom in (PDF file) to find a vote center near you.
>> Sample ballot:
Every candidate and question appearing on Travis County ballots this election, with the precincts in which they appear listed. To find your precinct visit www.VoteTravis.com. To see the full sample ballots (general, local, and MUD districts) click on the ballot below or here.
>> Further information
If you have any questions that the information on this page does not answer, please call the Travis County Elections Division at (512) 238-VOTE (24-hour automated voice-response system), (512) 854-4996, or email@example.com.
(If Travis County Elections staff are unable to assist you call Travis GOP headquarters at 512-302-1776 and we are happy to point you in the right direction.)