Early in-person voting for the November election starts on Tuesday, Oct. 13, and ends on Oct. 30. Election Day is Nov. 3.
Polling places, dates, and times for the early in-person voting period and on Election Day are listed at wilco.org/elections. In the early voting period, voters may cast ballots at any early voting location in Williamson County. Voters also can look up their sample ballot and polling place wait times at wilco.org/elections.
During early voting, polls are open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. except on Sunday, Oct. 18, and Sunday Oct. 25, when polls are open 1 to 6 p.m. Voter ID information can be found at https://www.wilco.org/Departments/Elections/Additional-Information.
The form to request a ballot-by-mail must be received at the County Elections office by Oct. 23. Note that the last day applications for ballot-by-mail can be hand delivered to the County Elections office is Oct. 12. According to state law for the Nov. 3 election, a voter may hand-deliver their own ballot to the County Elections office only during business hours with a photo ID. There is no drop box for mail ballots. If you have a ballot-by-mail, but change your mind and want to vote in-person, you can surrender your mailed ballot at a polling site and will be given an in-person ballot.
The municipal election on Nov. 3 for the City of Georgetown includes candidates for mayor and the District 2 and District 6 city council seats. Candidates for mayor are Larry Brundidge, Jonathan Dade, and Josh Schroeder; candidates for District 2 are Shawn Hood, Lisa King, and Jason Wirth; and candidates for District 6 are incumbent Rachael Jonrowe and Michael Walton.
To see maps of council districts, go to maps.georgetown.org.