Mid-term election day is Tuesday, November 6, but the first votes will be cast today as early voting began across Texas.

We encourage every eligible Central Texan to get to their local polling place and make their voice heard. If you're not sure where you need to go or when to go there, fret not! We've put together a handy list of information for Bell and surrounding counties.

First things first, though. You'll want to make sure that you're registered to vote, which you can do by visiting the Texas Secretary of State's "Am I Registered" page at https://teamrv-mvp.sos.texas.gov/MVP/mvp.do. To vote in Texas, you must be registered at least 30 days before election day, so if you find that you're not registered, you'll have to sit this one out or contact your county's voter registration office if you think there's been a mistake.

The links below will take you to voter information pages for Bell and immediately surrounding counties.

We noticed that the Williamson County website was experiencing 502 errors Monday morning, but seemed to be working fine Monday afternoon. If you have trouble connecting, give them a call at  (512) 943-1630 or email cjdavis@wilco.org.


Bell County


Coryell County


Lampasas County (early voting info is at the bottom of the page)


Williamson County (this one was having some 502 error earlier, but seems to be working now)


Milam County


Falls County


McLennan County


Burnet County