6 weeks until election day. Register to vote now.

Are you a Texas voter? The Texas secretary of state can help you find out. The last day to register to vote in the 2020 presidential/state/local elections by mail or in person is Monday, October 5, 2020. You can start the process from the comfort of your home by following the prompts in this online form, printing your completed form, and mailing it to your corresponding county election office.

Travis County

If you live in Travis County, mail your printed registration application to:

Travis County Election Division
5501 Airport Boulevard Suite #100
Austin, TX 78751-1410

Williamson County
If you live in Williamson County, mail your printed registration application to:

Williamson County Elections
P.O. Box 209
Georgetown, TX 78627

Hays County
If you live in Hays County, mail your printed registration application to:

Elections Administrator
712 South Stagecoach Trail
Suite 1012
San Marcos, TX  78666-5999

For other counties’ election office information, visit www.votetexas.gov

 

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