WE VOTE TOGETHER

It will take all of us to bring about the change that is needed in the Round Rock ISD Board of Trustees. That means we must all be prepared to get out and vote however we are able. While vote-by-mail is certainly the safest route for voters (and loved ones of voters) with serious illness, disability, or increased susceptibility to COVID, the recent slowdown and diminished reliability of the USPS may make early, in-person voting the surest way to guarantee that your vote is counted.

In order to make sure that everyone can vote successfully, we offer this brief guide to voting for those who are able to submit a ballot in person, as well as for those who need or prefer to vote from home.

Please note that these are our recommendations for voting in light of COVID and the interruptions of service at the USPS. We encourage everyone to vote in the way that they prefer—the most important thing is that we all vote!

IF YOU CAN SAFELY VISIT

YOUR POLLING PLACE

  1. Visit the Texas Secretary of State (SOS) website to register to vote, and to find your polling place

  2. Visit  votetexas.gov  to make sure that you meet the ID requirements for voting

  3. Visit the Texas SOS website again to apply for a mail-in ballot before Oct 23, 2020

  4. Fill in your mail-in ballot

  5. Submit your mail-in ballot to your polling place during the early voting period (Oct 13 - Oct 30, 2020)

IF YOU CANNOT SAFELY VISIT

YOUR POLLING PLACE

  1. Visit the Texas Secretary of State (SOS) website to register to vote, and to find your polling place

  2. Visit the Texas SOS website again to apply for a mail-in ballot before Oct 23, 2020

  3. Fill in your mail-in ballot

  4. Mail in your ballot by Election Day (postmarked Nov 3, 2020)

Below are resources for registering to vote, requesting a vote-by-mail ballot, and finding early voting dates and polling locations: