First-Time Voters Learn How to Vote

First time voter high school votersHundreds of high school juniors and seniors are registered and prepared to vote in the November 8 election as a result of the LWV Austin Area “First Vote” program. LWV volunteers presented the program to Travis, LBJ, Eastside and Crockett High Schools in the spring. Visits will continue in the fall. The presentation includes who can vote, registration, voting rights, identification requirements, polling locations, and ballot language.

For more details or to volunteer to help, contact 512-451-6710 or

First-time Voter


Voter Registration

LWV registered voters at the Fourth of July celebration in Dick Nichols Park.

LWV registered voters at the Fourth of July celebration in Dick Nichols Park.

Voter registration is one of the important things that the League of Women Voters does. We often go to events where groups of people are gathered to encourage people to register to vote or to update their registration. If you have moved within the county or within the state, an update to your address is required to ensure you are voting in the correct districts.

If you are holding an event where voter registration activities would be appropriate, please notify us and we will be happy to participate.


Primary Runoff Voters Guide Now Available

The Voters Guide for the May 24, 2016 Primary Runoff Election is now available.

2016 Primary Runoff Voters Guide - English

The Voters Guide covers five counties… Bastrop, Caldwell, Hays, Travis, and Williamson.

The Voters Guide for Central of Texas is now available in English by clicking on this link.

Early voting is from Monday, May 16 through Friday, May 20. Election day is Tuesday, May 24.

If you voted in the March 1st primary election, you have to vote in the same party for the Primary Runoff.

If you did not vote in the March 1st primary, you can pick which party to vote in for the runoff.