ACC Votes: Make your voice heard in the May primary runoffs

Early voting for the May 2024 primary runoffs has started! Austin Community College District (ACC) is committed to providing access to nonpartisan information about voter registration and voting procedures.

The college encourages students, faculty, and staff to cast a ballot. Employees who wish to vote during their regularly scheduled working hours may use up to two hours of administrative leave once cleared with a supervisor.

Early voting runs from Monday, May 20, through Friday, May 24. You can find an interactive map of polling locations on the ACC Votes web page.

The ACC Service area is large, spanning multiple counties that all have different ballots, polling locations, and hours/dates for Early Voting. Visit the ACC Votes web page to find all the resources and information employees and students need to make your plan to vote.

Why are the primaries important?

2024 is a presidential election year. May primary runoffs will finalize which Democratic and Republican primary candidates will be on the ballot in the November general election.

During the March 5 primaries, there were some congressional, judicial, and other local races in which no candidate exceeded 50% of the vote. Now, voters must decide between the two candidates who came in first and second to determine who will appear on the November ballot.

Primary runoff elections in the ACC District include:

Democratic Ballot

  • United States Representative, District 31
  • Justice, 3rd Court of Appeals District, Place 2
  • Hays County Tax Assessor Collector
  • Hays County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2, Place 2

Republican Ballot

  • United States Representative, District 35
  • State Board of Education, District 10
  • Bastrop County Commissioner, Precinct 1
  • Bastrop County Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2

For more information about the election and to find resources and guides, visit  

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