Early voting begins Tuesday, Feb. 18th! Make your voice heard and cast your vote to re-elect Rep. John Bucy III. Let’s send John back to the Capitol to keep fighting for our schools, access to healthcare, the environment, and opportunity and justice for all.
You can cast your ballot at any polling place in Williamson County! Take your voter ID and request a Democratic Primary ballot from the poll workers when you check in. Make your voting plan today using the information below. Voting locations in HD 136 are listed below the interactive map.
Tuesday, Feb. 18 – Friday, Feb. 28
Polls are open 7:00 am to 7:00 pm daily
On Sunday, Feb. 23 polls are only open 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Note: Mobile users, when you select a location, scroll to the left for location details.
Anderson Mill Limited District
11500 El Salido Pkwy, Austin, TX 78750
R.E. Hartfield Performing Arts Center
5800 McNeil Dr, Austin, TX 78729
Cedar Park Public Library
550 Discovery Blvd, Cedar Park, TX 78613
Cedar Park Randalls
1400 Cypress Creek Rd, Cedar Park, TX 78613
Pat Bryson Municipal Hall
201 N. Brushy St, Leander, TX 78641
Brushy Creek area
Brushy Creek Community Center
16318 Great Oaks Dr, Round Rock, TX 78681
Other Voting Information
Eligible Voters who wish to vote by mail need to re-apply for ballots each year. Registered voters who are 65 or older, sick or disabled, will be out of the county for the entire early voting period and election day, or are confined in jail but eligible to vote, may vote by mail by filling out an application and denoting they would like to vote in the Democratic Primary. If you filled out and submitted a ballot by mail application, you should be receiving your Democratic Primary ballot soon. For more information, please visit the Williamson County Election’s Office website, or contact Lorraine McKay at 512-943-1633 or email@example.com.
Voter ID Laws are still in effect. Please remember to take your Texas Driver License or other approved photo identification with you to the polls. More info and list of acceptable IDs here.
NOTE: An election officer may give voting priority to individuals with a mobility problem that substantially impairs the person’s ability to move around. Learn more here.