The League does not support or oppose any candidate or political party.
This is a list of websites with important information for Austin area voters. We provide this information only for your convenience.
General Voting Information
- League of Women Voters of Texas – information on the League’s statewide priorities.
- League of Women Voters of the United States – information on the League’s federal priorities.
- Texas Secretary of State, Elections Division – past/future elections, candidates, and voting.
- VoteTexas.gov – by the Texas Secretary of State.
- Project Vote Smart – a directory of elected officials, with voting records and recent statements.
- Texas Legislature Online – the go-to site for bills, members, and news about the TX Legislature.
- Contact your elected officials – lookup everyone who represents you – name, address, phone, (sometimes) email – using ZIP Code.
- Voter registration
- Scheduled elections calendar
- Other Travis County election information
- Find Your District for the new 10-ONE Austin City Council
- Video instructions for using the voting machines
- Travis County Democratic Party
- Travis County Republican Party
- Travis County Libertarian Party
- Green Party of Texas
Our Position on Voting Procedures
To Increase Voting Participation
The League of Women Voters of Texas supports election laws that facilitate citizen participation and voter convenience. Our support includes, but is not limited to, the following:
- Unlimited access to vote-by-mail with no restrictions
- A permanent vote-by-mail list on which any voter may request to be placed
- The establishment of guidelines which would allow jurisdictions to conduct all vote-by-mail elections
- Election day registration
- Election day centralized voting, with applicable safeguards
- Poll-site Internet voting for military/overseas voters