AUSTIN, Texas – On the second day of early voting in Texas, the Travis County Clerk’s website was down.
The site provides information about polling locations and what voters need to bring to be able to cast their ballots. Early voting ends on Nov. 2 and Election Day is Nov. 6. The website was back up by 11 a.m.
Below is a guide for voters to prepare for the election.
While it is too late to register to vote in the upcoming election voters can check where they are allowed to vote here. The voter information on the Texas Secretary of the State’s website will show voters which precinct they can vote in.
Travis County voters can then use the website votetravis.com to lookup a polling location near them and track the wait times.
Acceptable forms of identification: (one of anything below)
- Driver License
- Texas Personal Identification Card
- Texas Election Identification Certificate
- Texas License to Carry a Handgun
- U.S. Military ID Card
- U.S. Passport
- U.S. Citizenship Certificate
Anyone that does not have one of the items listed above will have to sign declaration at the polling location stating why he or she is unable to obtain a photo ID. People will also have to bring any of the following forms of documentation:
- Valid Voter Registration Certificate
- Certified Birth Certificate
- Current utility bill
- Government check
- Bank statement
- Government document with name and address