Voting By Mail Urged for Eligible Members

Voting By Mail Urged for Eligible Members

Please vote by mail
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The League strongly encourages all voters eligible to vote by mail to apply for a mail-in ballot rather than waiting.  The elections office will likely be handling a large volume of requests for mail-in ballots.  So registering now will insure that you can check and make sure you are, in fact, registered.

To apply to vote by mail — print, complete, sign, and mail in the application. Click to download below.

Download Application for Ballot by Mail 

To vote by mail in the rescheduled 2020 Texas Primary Runoff on July 14, the application must be received by no later than July 2 and the completed ballot returned and received by the Elections Administrator by July 14.

The League of Women Voters of Texas and the League of Women Voters Austin Area have joined a lawsuit seeking to expand access to voting by mail for safety reasons. Recently a state district judge in Travis County ruled in favor of expanding access to voting by mail. The state has appealed that decision. 

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Hays County