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LWV Hays County, Texas
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Wimberley, TX 78676

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HomeElection Dates & Checklist

Elections in 2024

March 5, 2024
Primary Elections

May 4, 2024
Election – Local (Non-County)

May 28, 2024 Run-Off Primary Election

November 5, 2024
General Election Date
(Federal, State, County, and Local Non-County)

  Know voting deadlines


•  Double-check your registration
•  Know when and where you can vote
•  Make sure you have voting ID
•  Know your options if you forgot or don't have your voting ID
•  Make a plan to vote!

Double-check if you are registered – by registration deadline.

Check to make sure you are registered to vote in Hays County through a link to the state database available on VOTE411.
Once on the VOTE411 website:
1. Click on the middle box called Verify Voter Registration.

2. Select your state. You'll be taken to Am I Registered at
3. Choose Selection Criteria.
     You can look up whether you are registered using:
     • VUID (Voter Unique ID on Voting Certificate) and Date of Birth
     • TDL (Texas Drivers License) and Date of Birth
     • Name, County, and Date of Birth

4. You should see your information.
     • Is your status Active? If not, re-register to vote.
      • Is your correct name shown? Is your address correct? If not, update either or both online here.

Voting Hours and Places

Early Voting and Election Day Voting


May 4, 2024 Local Elections
Hays County Polling Locations and Schedule for Early Voting and Election Day

The links below the pages of the Vote Center Schedules take you to the Hays County Elections website to read a larger version of the pages.

All voters may vote at any of the polling locations in the county both during early voting and on Election Day.

Early voting runs from Monday, April 22 through Tuesday, April 30, with Election Day voting on Saturday, May 5.

The Master Sample Ballot for the May 4 Local Election is here. To see just the races on your ballot, go to and enter your address.

Do you Have the Correct ID?


Choose one of these to take to the polls.

 1. Texas Driver's License
 2. Texas Election Certificate
 3. Texas Personal ID Card
 4. Texas Handgun License
 5. US Citizen Certificate with photo
 6. US Military ID card with Photo
 7. US Passport or Card

Note: A student ID card is not an allowable voter ID.

If you think you need a Texas Election Certificate, start here.
For more information visit Hays County Elections

Older Voters and Voter IDs

● For voters aged 70 or older, an acceptable form of identification may be an expired Drivers License for any length of time, if the identification is otherwise valid. 

● If you have or want to surrender your Texas Driver License and/or received a personal ID card from DPS, make sure you say that the information should be used for voter registration. When you do that the information is submitted to the Secretary of State and updated in the voter registration database. 

● The voter can confirm that this updated number has been applied to his or her voter registration record by logging in to the SOS portal with the new personal ID number. Secretary of State Voter Website

What if you don't have one of those IDs?

Here is a list of the supporting forms of ID that can be presented if the voter does not possess one of the forms of acceptable photo ID and cannot reasonably obtain one:

•  copy or original of a government document that shows the voter’s name and an address, including the voter’s voter registration certificate;
•  copy of or original current utility bill;
•  copy of or original bank statement;
•  copy of or original government check;
•  copy of or original paycheck; or
• copy of or original of (a) a certified domestic (from a U.S. state or territory) birth certificate or (b) a document confirming birth admissible in a court of law which establishes the voter’s identity (which may include a foreign birth document).

After presenting one of the forms of supporting ID listed above, the voter must complete a Reasonable Impediment Declaration.

Exemptions might apply. Find out more at


Teach Your Child How to Be a Voter

What else to take?

Are you a parent? Take your teenager to the polls!
What better way to begin teaching your child the importance of voting than by showing him or her how it's done?

Download Voting Application (Eng)

Download Voting Application (Sp)
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Download application to vote by mail here:  English   Spanish  See step-by-step video here.  Read more