March 1 Democratic Primary
Voting In Person
Election Day is Tuesday, March 1. You can vote at any voting location in Travis County from 7am to 7pm.
You must take an approved photo ID with you to the polls. Find your nearest polling location in Travis County or get directions using our map.
Voters are strongly encouraged to wear a mask and practice social distancing and good hygiene when at a polling place. Curbside voting is also available, call or text the number provided via signage at the designated parking spots.
Travis County is undertaking a variety of precautionary measures to keep poll workers and voters safe, including having workers wear masks or face shields, using plexiglass table top guards, using self-cleaning styluses and pens, and more.
Make Your Voting Plan
Use our map below to find your most convenient voting location. You can vote anywhere in Travis County where you see a “Vote Here” sign. Don’t miss out on your chance to make your voice heard!
Voting By Mail
Registered voters who meet one of the following criteria may apply to vote by mail:
- 65 years of age or older on Election Day
- Sick or disabled
- Expected to give birth within three weeks before or after Election Day
- Will be out of the county for the entire early voting period and election day, or
- Confined in jail but eligible to vote, may apply to vote by mail.
Request to vote by mail by applying in Travis County. You can mail your application to Travis County Clerk – Elections Division, P.O. Box 149325, Austin, TX 78714.
When you are preparing to submit your application, be sure to provide both your SSN and Driver’s License number to ensure your application is not rejected. After you fill out and submit a ballot by mail application, you should be receiving your Democratic Primary ballot soon.
Check the status of your application by visiting the Travis County Elections Ballot Tracker. A “Queued” record means your application has been received and accepted.
If you do not see a record of your application, check the Secretary of State’s Ballot Tracker to see if your application was rejected. If your application does not appear on either tracker, contact each respective County Clerk’s office.
Travis County Elections – 512-854-4996; email@example.com
Mail in ballots must be postmarked by Election Day, March 1st, and received by the next business day if mailed from within the United States. For more information, please contact the Travis County Clerk’s Office by visiting their website.