Make your voice heard by heading to the polls!
An effort to inform members and the community on local candidates and encourage voter participation.
As members of this distinguished community, it is our duty to mold Georgetown and the county at large into a better place for each other and our children. An integral part of this duty of ours comes through the privilege to vote. Every individual has an important voice with a right to be heard, so make your voice heard by heading to the polls.
How to register to vote:
To find an application, visit WilCo Elections and print and fill out the application to send in. Remember, the last day to register to vote in the May 7 election is Thursday, April 7.
You can find physical applications at:
- Williamson County Inner Loop Annex Elections Department, 301 SE Inner Loop Ste 104
- Texas Department of Public Safety offices
- United States Post Office
- Georgetown Public Library
- Williamson County Tax Office
Note: If you miss the April 2022 deadline to register to vote, you will be unable to vote in the May 7 election. However, you can register any time and will be eligible to vote for the next election cycle.
Dates you need to know
Election Day: Saturday, May 7, 2022
Voter Registration Deadline: Thursday, April 7
Early Voting period: Monday, April 25 to Tuesday, May 3
Last Day to Apply for Ballot by Mail (Received, not postmarked): Tuesday, April 26
Here’s the Election Day voting schedule:
- 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, May 7
VOTER TURNOUT: See live updates from Wilco Elections
Election Day Locations in Georgetown:
Cowan Creek Amenity Center, 1433 Cool Spring Way
Georgetown Annex, 100 Wilco Way, HR108
Georgetown ISD Technology Building, 603 Lakeway Dr.
Georgetown Randalls, 5721 Williams Dr.
What you need before you head to the polls:
If you’re voting in-person, you’ll need to bring with you these forms of photo identification:
- Texas driver’s license
- U.S. passport
- Election Identification certificate
- Personal identification card
- License to carry a handgun
- Military ID card
- Citizenship certificate
Did you vote by mail? Here’s how to track your ballot status.
Here’s who will be on your ballot:
City Council races for districts 3 and 4 are uncontested and are not on the ballot. Incumbent Mike Triggs will represent District 3 and Ron Garland will represent District 4.
District 7 candidates will be on the ballot for Georgetown residents who live in District 7. Georgetown ISD board of trustees candidates will be on the ballot for residents who live in the GISD attendance area.
GISD Candidates include:
- GISD Place 1 candidate James Sherer, Eric Lashley, and Brian Flachs.
- GISD Place 2 candidates Allen Brown and Elizabeth McFarland.
- GISD Place 3 candidates Cody Hirt, Tania Easton, and Eric Marin.
May 24, 2022 – Primary Runoff Elections
IMPORTANT ELECTION DATES
Election Day: Tuesday, May 24, 2022
Voter Registration Deadline: Monday, April 25
Early Voting period: Monday, May 16 to Friday, May 20
Last Day to Apply for Ballot by Mail (Received, not postmarked): Friday, May 13
NOTICE OF ELECTION – REPUBLICAN PARTY
The polling location is in the designated areas of each location.
The Chamber hosted these candidate forums because we believe people have a right to know what their candidates for public office say about issues that affect our communities. Candidate forums allow those seeking public office to express their views openly so community members can understand their positions and make informed voting choices. We provide the forums as a public service, and we are privileged and proud to play a role in the democratic process of our city.
Early voting and Election Day polling places, dates, and times are available at: wilco.org/elections.
Want to know who is on your ballot? Visit https://apps.wilco.org/elections/default.aspx .
To view council district maps, visit: maps.georgetown.org.
For updates about the city council election, please visit: georgetown.org.