Election Day: Where and How to Vote in Travis County
That's right. It's Election Day and, if you haven't voted early, it's the last day to cast your ballot. Above, we've got a map of all the polling locations in Travis County from the County Clerk's Office. A reminder: If you're out of your voting precinct, keep an eye out for the ubiquitous "Vote Here" signs that indicate Voting Centers, where you can vote no matter where you live.
Remember to bring a valid ID to your polling place of choice, which include a valid driver's license, an ID card from DPS, an Election Identification Certificate, a concealed handgun license, military ID, citizenship certificate or passport.
Fuzzy on what's on the ballot? Check out KUT News' coverage of the nine constitutional amendments, the affordable housing bond in Austin and the race for former Rep. Mark Strama's empty HD-50 seat, and be sure to check back here for more election coverage as the day rolls on.