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The League's nonpartisan Voters Guide is available before early voting for each election.

Voters Guide

The Voters Guide for the June 15th, 2024 Local Runoff Election is now available! 

LWVAA Voters Guide - English 

LWVAA Voters Guide - English (coming soon!)


LWVAA Voters Guide - Spanish 

LWVAA Voters Guide - Spanish (coming soon!)


LWVAA Voters Guide - Simplified Chinese 

LWVAA Voters Guide - Simplified Chinese (coming soon!)


LWVAA Voters Guide - Vietnamese 

LWVAA Voters Guide - Vietnamese (coming soon!)


You May Bring a Printed Voters Guide into the Voting Booth!

Mobile electronic devices are prohibited in the voting booth, but the law allows you to take a printed Voters Guide with you. You can also use the interactive version online at to print your choices to take with you. 

Find your personalized Voters Guide at

Election information you need! has same great information as the printed Voters Guide but it is personalized for where you live, may contain updated information not available for the print deadline, and it is interactive.  

In addition you can:

  • Check your voter registration,
  • Find your polling place,
  • Make your selections and print a copy of your sample ballot,
  • And much more!

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About the Voters Guide
About the Voters Guide

This Voters Guide is funded and published by the League of Women Voters of Texas (LWVTX) and the League of Women Voters Austin Area (LWVAA) and:

  • includes national, state, and local offices and propositions on the ballot,
  • covers local races for both Travis and Williamson Counties,
  • is available in four languages - English, Spanish, Chinese, and Vietnamese,
  • is available free to the public
  • is provided as a pdf, printed copies are provided to local libraries, and online at

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How is the Voters Guide funded?
How is the Voters Guide funded?

This Voters Guide and other educational League materials are funded by member and supporter donations.

  • Donations may be made at
  • Donations enable us to print and distribute more guides and to offer translations into Spanish, Chinese, and Vietnamese.
  • As LWV-AA is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, each donation is acknowledged, appreciated, and deductible to the extent allowed by law.
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How is the Voters Guide information collected?
How is the Voters Guide information collected?

To compile the Voters Guide information, we invite every candidate in competition for office to provide information.

  • Every candidate in competition for office is invited to provide information.
  • We list the names of unopposed candidates, but we do not send them questionnaires. 
  • League members verify accurate contact information provided by various election entities and the Texas Secretary of State. 
  • The League formulates all candidate questions through a rigorous questions committee process.
  • Candidate replies are printed without editing or verification of content.
  • Candidates are asked to avoid negative references to their opponents, and we reserve the right to redact portions that do not meet our guidelines.
  • Candidates must submit answers by the deadline provided to be included in the printed version.
  • Responses may be updated after the print deadline on
  • Political affiliations in partisan races are abbreviated as follows: (D) Democratic Party, (R) Republican Party, (L) Libertarian Party, (G) Green Party, (I) Independent.

To compile the Voters Guide information for constitutional amendments and propositions we strive to:

  • Research each ballot proposition
  • Use understandable and unbiased language.
  • Create fair and balanced coverage of the proposed amendments and propositions
  • Review enabling legislation
  • Use a variety of resources
  • Reach out to authors and/or sponsors, supporters and opponents

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What is VOTE411?
What is VOTE411? is your personalized online Voters Guide

  • Enter your address to find your polling place and see what is on your ballot
  • Compare candidates side by side.
  • Print a list of your candidates to take to the polls.
  • VOTE411 is available in English and Spanish.
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May I bring the Voters Guide into the voting booth?
May I bring the Voters Guide into the voting booth?

Voters are not allowed to use their phone in the voting booth, but they may bring in a printed Voters Guide, or a printed or written list of their candidates. why vote411 is a way to find out about all the election candidates, not just the ones rolling in ad money #elections #election #candidates #voting #explained #vote411 #whotheheckisthat #greenscreen ♬ original sound - LWV Cooke Co TX

Download a back issue of the Voters Guide by selecting an issue year/language:

Thank you to our wonderful 2024 Sponsors!

Democracy Guardian ($10,000)

Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas

Campaign Finance Reformer ($5,000)

Deborah & Charles Voss

MML Hospitality

Voter Education Advocate ($2,500)

Joyce LeBombard

Charlotte Slack



Fair Maps Fighter ($1,000)

Austin Firefighters Association Austin Fire Fighters Local 975
Mary Jane Burson Valerie & Erik DeBill Hon. Donna Howard Karen Nicholson & Donna Byerlotzer Mari Robinson & Greg Ritzen Hon. Jan Soifer & Hon. Velva Price

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