About Vote ATX

This application finds best available voting places from a location in Travis County.

This page contains information to help you use this application.

This Election

Elections in the City of Austin are administered by the Travis County Clerk's Election Division.

Here's some useful information about this election:

  • Travis County Elections home page
  • Voting locations info
  • What's on the ballot?
  • Open Austin Candidate Questionnaire - We surveyed the candidates on open government and technology issues.

  • Instructions

    When this app starts, it will try to determine your current location. If it can, it will place a marker on the map.

    To set or change the location, type an address into the field or click a place on the map.

    If you are on a desktop computer, you also can click on and drag the marker to a different location.

    Voting Locations

    • An election day voting location.
    • This is the place you go to vote on election day.
    • Note that, for some elections, the State of Texas allows "Election Day Vote Centers." For these elections, you can vote at any voting location and not just the one in your assigned neighborhood precinct.
    • The early voting center that is closest to the "you are here" location.
    • If you are registered to vote in Travis County, then you can vote at any of the early voting centers during the early voting period.
    • The mobile early voting centers are open only at certain times during the early voting period. If you are registered to vote in Travis County, then you can vote at any mobile early voting center that is open.
    • The map will display only mobile centers that are convenient to your address. You won't see any mobile center if you are in a location where a fixed early voting center is the best choice.

    Voter ID Required

    New Texas voter id requirements are now in effect. You will need to bring a picture id with you when you want to vote. For more information, visit the Keep Calm and Vote On website.

    Powered by Open Source and Open Government

    Open Austin logo

    Sponsored by Open Austin. Made in America by civically minded volunteers.

    This application is possible thanks to the open government data provided by the Travis County Clerk (voting locations) and the Travis County Tax-Assessor Collector (voting districts);

    And, the OpenSource libraries Bootstrap and Knockout.js.


    Source code: