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Voter Registration and Information

Be a Voter.

Find your voting location

Remember to include your apartment # or box # if you live in a residence hall. The hall name is not needed.


Voters registered at these residence halls vote at LBJ Student Center on election day:

Angelina, Arnold, Bexar, Blanco, Chautauqua, College Inn, Falls, Gaillardia, Jackson, San Gabriel, San Jacinto, San Marcos, Sayers, and Smith.

Voters registered at these residence halls vote at Allenwood Homes, 1201 Thorpe Lane on election day:

Beretta, Bobcat Village, Brogdon, Butler, Lantana, Laurel, Sterry, Retama, and Tower.


Live somewhere else? Use the Voter Information Tool above or refer to this map to find your Election Day polling place.

October 9

Last day to register to vote

Oct. 22 – Nov. 2

Early Voting

November 6

Election Day

 Hey there, don't forget to bring a photo ID to vote! 

When you arrive at the polling place, you will be asked to present one of the following seven (7) forms of photo identification (these IDs can be expired up to four years):

  1. Driver license
  2. Texas Election Identification Certificate
  3. Texas personal identification card issued by DPS
  4. Texas license to carry a handgun issued by DPS
  5. United States military identification card containing the person’s photograph
  6. United States citizenship certificate containing the person’s photograph
  7. United States passport

If you do not have one of those forms of ID, you can still vote if you bring an identification alternative. More details here.

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Frequently Asked Questions
Does voting even matter?

Your vote matters because *every* vote makes a difference. In a democracy like America, it takes all of us to build the political system. Make sure that you’re registered to vote and know when the next election is (hint: it's November 6).

Representatives represent you

Elected representatives work for us, the people they represent. They get paid from part of our taxes, and they decide how to spend other parts of our taxes. Your votes on current issues give them the feedback they need to represent you and spend your money.

Voting in College
What's on the ballot

To find your sample ballot, visit Vote 411 or your county election office's website. Here's the Hays County election site.

Pro Tip

You can bring notes with you into the voting booth! We recommend printing your sample ballot so that as you research candidates and issues ahead of the election, you can fill it out as you go. Then on the day you go to the polls, you've already got everything you need.

Not all the races and candidates listed below will be on your ballot, which is why we recommend getting a sample ballot tailored to your address. If you are already registered to vote, you can find what precinct you are in here.

Information updated 8/31/2018