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Elections Department

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Williamson County
Inner Loop Annex

Elections
Department
301 SE Inner Loop Ste 104
Georgetown, TX 78626
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Phone: (512) 943-1630
FAX: (512) 943-1634

Monday-Friday: 8AM-5PM
Election Day: 7AM-7PM

Christopher J. Davis
Elections Administrator
cjdavis@wilco.org

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VOTER TURNOUT

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CLICK HERE FOR EARLY VOTING SUMMARY

 
BALLOT BY MAIL

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Ballot by Mail

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EARLY VOTING INFO

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Early voting

PDF OF EARLY VOTING SCHEDULE

 
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Presidential Election - November 3, 2020

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SAMPLE BALLOTS: <-- Find your individual sample ballot by using our lookup link. A full composite ballot is available HERE

LIST OF CERTIFIED WRITE-IN CANDIDATES

REGISTER TO VOTE: Deadline to register to vote was Monday, October 5, 2020 (postmarked).

BALLOT-BY-MAIL: Deadline to apply is Friday, October 23, 2020 (received). Please note that applications for ballot-by-mail may NOT be hand delivered to our office once early voting begins. The last day applications for ballot-by-mail can be hand delivered to our office is Monday, October 12th.

NOTE: Our office began mailing ballots on October 1st. Ballots are first be sent to those that have already applied and we will continuously process and mail ballots as additional applications are received. Track that status of your Application for Ballot by Mail HERE

Per proclamation of Gov. Abbott on Monday, July 27, 2020, voters may hand deliver their own marked mail ballot to the Elections Department during business hours. Photo ID laws are applicable to all voters that hand deliver their ballots. Ballots may be hand-delivered as soon as it has been received and voted. Voters may also use a contract courier (like FedEx, UPS, DHL, etc.) to return their ballot to us. 

EARLY VOTING: Tuesday, October 13, 2020 to Friday, October 30, 2020
Early Voting extended per proclamation of Gov. Abbott on Monday, July 27, 2020.

ELECTION DAY: Tuesday, November 3, 2020 - Polls open 7am to 7pm

ELECTION LAW CALENDAR: Prepared by the Office of the Texas Secretary of State

ORDER OF ELECTION: The Order contains Early Voting branch locations that have been changed. Refer to Early Voting page for most current information.

NOTICE OF ELECTION

Notice of Public Logic and Accuracy Test: In accordance with the Texas Election Code, a public Logic and Accuracy test of the electronic voting equipment and test of the Central Accumulator System to be used in the Joint General and Special Elections on November 3rd, 2020 was conducted at the Georgetown Annex, 100 Wilco Way, Georgetown, Texas, on Tuesday, September 22th, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. and into Wednesday, September 23rd, 2020, until completed.

Notice of Elimination of Straight-Party Voting: House Bill 25, passed during the 85th Legislative Session, eliminated straight-party voting effective September 1, 2020 (Section 64.004, Texas Election Code). If you wish to vote for all of the candidates affiliated with one party, you should select each candidate one at a time on your ballot.

 
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Williamson County's Voting System

On April 30, 2019, the Williamson County Commissioner’s Court approved the purchase of a new voting system for Williamson County from Election Systems & Software (ES&S). The new voting system includes ExpressVote ballot marking devices and DS200 digital scan precinct tabulators to be available at every Williamson County polling location, as well as DS850 central high-speed digital scanners and tabulators to be used at Central Count to tabulate ballots received by mail. The new voting system will be put into use for the first time in October 2019 during Early Voting for the November 5, 2019 uniform election.

With the new voting system, voters will receive a blank ballot at check-in to insert into the ExpressVote ballot marking device and make their selections. After reviewing their selections on the screen, voters will print the ballot. Once voters have reviewed the selections printed on the ballot, they will insert the ballot into the DS200 digital scanner for tabulation. This hybrid system allows for the convenience and accuracy of electronic voting, as well as the security of an auditable paper ballot that can be used for manual recounts.

For additional information on Williamson County’s new voting system, click HERE
 

3 step voting