TEXAS – It’s election day. Well, for some central Texas voters, it is.
Austin City Council residents of Districts 6 and 10 designate two of their representatives, and voters also choose two members of the Austin ITS Board of Trustees.
In District 6 of Austin City Council, voters are voting between incumbent Jimmy Flanagan and Mackenzie Kelly, neither of whom received at least 50% of the vote on November 3rd.
The runoff elections between incumbent Alison Alter and challenger Jennifer Virden are held in District 10 of Austin City Council.
Polls are now open for the December 15th runoff! You have until 7:00 p.m. to cast your vote in one of the 65 voting centers. See https://t.co/StJCcmDiOh to see if you are eligible to vote and create your plan. #VoteTravis #TravisCounty pic.twitter.com/s5xBfSQ1hV
– Travis County Clerk (@TravisCoClerk) December 15, 2020
On the Austin District 5 ISD Board of Trustees, you can choose between Jennifer Littlefield and Lynn Boswell. In the race for the ISD board of trustees in Austin, position 8, voters choose between Leticia Moreno Caballero and Noelita L. Lugo.
In Williamson County, Georgetown City Council District 2 voters choose between a decision between Lisa King and Shawn Hood.
The early term was December 3-11, and the turnout was over 41,000.
If you are voting in Travis County, please see the voting locations below.
If you are voting in Georgetown, you will find locations here.