Make sure to Vote!!!!!!!!

Early Voting Ends Today!


Early Voting is now underway across Williamson County, and will end on Friday, February 26 at 7:00pm.  Turnout is at a record-setting pace.  Avoid long lines on election day, as well as the potential for bad weather, traffic problems, family emergencies, or work requirements, and be sure to vote early.  Early voting locations can be found by clicking here.
2016 Ballot – It takes a huge commitment to step forward to run for office.  Thank you to all the men and women who have stepped forward!  A complete listing of all races and issues to be voted on can be found by clicking here.  Click here to bring up a sample ballot that you can print and bring with you when you vote.
Election workers – What better way to help ensure the integrity of elections than helping work inside the polling place on election day???  We are currently looking for clerks and backup judges to help work the election.  While individual judges typically decide who their clerks will be on election day, we maintain a listing of those able and willing to serve.  Judges and Clerks are (modestly) paid, and training is available.  To sign up to be an election worker or judge, please send us an email with your name, contact information, and any election experience you might have.  Prior experience is NOT required.
Student Clerks – High School students at least 16 years of age are eligible to work as clerks in elections.  Training is provided, and they are paid positions.  According to the Texas Secretary of State’s Office, the purpose of this legislation is two-fold:
1. Introduces students to the electoral process and inspires them to take an interest in their government
2. Provides election authorities with an additional reservoir of persons who can serve at the polls
Eligible students must be:
*  A U.S. Citizen and resident of Williamson County
*  16 years or older on Election Day
*  Enrolled in school (public, private or home school) with a GPA of 3.0 or higher.
*  Have the written consent of a parent/guardian and school official to participate
The Texas Education Code includes service as an election clerk as an acceptable “excused absence”.  For more information, please send an email to
Precinct Conventions – Precinct conventions will begin at 7:45pm onTuesday, March 1 at locations across the county.  For a complete listing of precinct convention locations, please click here.  Which precinct convention you attend is determined by your voting precinct.  Please send an email to if you have any questions.
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