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May 7, 2022 Uniform Election

✅ Cumulative Results (official)

✅ Canvass Results (official)

✅ Official Election Reconciliation May 7, 2022

📧 Mail Ballots Received through 13 May

✅ In-Person Check-ins through 07 May

May 24, 2022 Primary Run-Off Election

🕑 5/24 Early Voting Wait Times

🕑 5/24 Election Day Wait Times

✅ 5/24 In-Person Check-ins through 20 May

📧 5/24 Mail Ballots Received through 23 May

November 8, 2022 General Election (Mid-Term and Gubernatorial)

2 Simple Steps for Military and Overseas Citizens to Vote Absentee in 2022
If you’re stationed away in the military or living abroad, you can vote absentee in 2022. Here’s how:
First, register and request your ballot. Fill out the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) to get absentee ballots for all three elections in 2022. (For the General Election on November 8, do it by August 1.)
Second, when your ballot arrives, fill it out and send it in.
The Federal Voting Assistance Program makes it that simple. Get anything else you need to vote absentee at

Update on Voting by Mail in Hays County

The new precinct, vote center map, and sample ballot finder tool

Use the above map to find your precinct

Am I Registered to Vote?

Ballot by mail info card

Tarjeta de información de boleta por correo

Election Information and Turnout Data

Frequently Asked Questions

Useful Information for Voters from the Secretary of State

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Public Notices

Hays County Elections: Plan for Operation of Central Counting Station

City of Buda: Use of City Property

City of Dripping Springs: Regulations for the Placement of Signs on City Property During Elections

City of Wimberley: Sign Policies

Texas State University:

Wimberley Independent School District: Campaign Signs

Patriots’ Hall of Dripping Springs Sign Policy

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