Voting guide

2022 Primary Election

Election Day is Tuesday, March 1, 2022

Vote by mail

IMPORTANT: If you want to vote by mail and have not yet received your mail-in ballot, contact the Hays County Elections office immediately at (512) 393-7310.

If you have questions, call 844-TX-VOTES.

Once you’ve been approved and receive your mail-in ballot, please complete it as soon as possible and either mail it back to your Early Voting Clerk or hand deliver it to their office before or on Election Day. To return your ballot in person, you must bring a state-accepted voter ID.

Click here to see the status of your application or mail-in ballot.

Important Caveat: This site will show if your mail-in ballot was received, but it will not show if it requires corrective action. Please keep an eye out for communication from the Hays County Elections Office that may offer instructions for how to correct your ballot.

New Required Procedure 

A new law requires that individuals who vote by mail include with both their application and mail ballot either their:

  • Texas Driver’s License number

  • Texas State ID number

  • Last four digits of their social security number, or

  • Election ID Certificate number


There will be a designated location on the application and the ballot’s carrier envelope where you will include one of those ID numbers.

Important Note: Due to reports of applications being rejected in some counties, we are recommending voters include BOTH the ID numbers of one of the indicated forms (either Texas Driver’s License, State ID number, or election ID certificate if you have neither) and the last four digits of their social security number.



Am I registered?

The voter registration deadline for the March 1 primary is January 31, 2022. Check to see if you're registered: Am I registered?


Who's On the Ballot

The League of Women Voters runs Vote 411, a website that provides nonpartisan information and sample ballots based on your address. Print out your sample ballot and bring it to the polls!


What to bring

All you need to bring to vote is your self and your state-issued photo ID or passport.

If you do not have an acceptable form of voter ID, you may still be able to vote. Check acceptable forms of voter ID here, and view instructions for requesting an exception.

You ARE allowed to bring in a sample ballot or paper list to help you vote. You ARE NOT allowed to look at your phone or other digital device while voting.

Check your voter registration status. If you show up to vote and are not on the rolls, call the county office and ask them to confirm your eligibility.

Hays County Election Office: (512) 393-7310

Voter Hotline (for if you need to report a problem): 844-TXVOTES


when & where to Vote

Election Day



Tuesday, March 1, 2022: 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.


Polling Locations



  • Buda City Hall, Multipurpose Room, 405 East Loop Street, Building 100

  • Sunfield Station, 2610 Main Street

  • Buda Elementary School Upper Campus (Historic School Site — Kunkel Room), 300 North San Marcos Street

  • Hays Hills Baptist Church, 1401 North FM 1626

  • McCormick Middle School, 5700 Dacy Lane

  • Southern Hills Church of Christ, 3740 FM 967



San Marcos


  • Hays County Health Department, 401 Broadway Street #A

  • Hays County Government Center, 712 South Stagecoach Trail

  • LBJ Student Center, Texas State University

  • Brookdale San Marcos North, 1720 Old Ranch Road 12

  • Calvary Baptist Church, 1906 North Interstate 35 Frontage Road

  • Centro Cultural Hispano de San Marcos, 211 Lee Street

  • Dunbar Center, 801 Martin Luther King Drive

  • First Baptist Church San Marcos, 325 West McCarty Lane

  • Promiseland Church, 1650 Lime Kiln Road

  • San Marcos Fire Dept. Station #5, 100 Carlson Circle

  • San Marcos Housing Authority / C.M. Allen Homes, 820 Sturgeon Drive

  • San Marcos Library, 625 East Hopkins Street

  • Sinai Pentecostal Church, 208 Laredo Street

  • South Hays Fire Dept. Station #12, 8301 Ranch Road 12

  • Stone Brook Seniors, 300 South Stagecoach Trail


Kyle and Uhland


  • Arnold Transportation Building —HCISD Admin, 21003 Interstate 35 Frontage Road

  • Kyle City Hall, 100 West Center Street

  • Live Oak Academy High School, 4820 Jack C. Hays Trail

  • Simon Middle School (HCISD Clothes Closet), 3839 East FM 150

  • Hays County Transportation Department, 2171 Yarrington Road

  • HCISD Transportation Department (Main Office), 2385 High Road, Uhland

  • Precinct 2 Office, Hays County, 5458 FM 2770

  • Tobias Elementary School, 1005 East FM 150

  • Wallace Middle School, 1500 West Center Street





  • Texan Academy at Scudder Campus, 400 Green Acres Drive

  • Wimberley Community Center, 14068 Ranch Road 12

  • Cypress Creek Church, 211 Stillwater Road

  • VFW Post #6441, 401 Jacobs Well Road


Dripping Springs and Austin


  • Dripping Springs United Methodist Church, 28900 Ranch Road 12

  • Patriots’ Hall of Dripping Springs, 231 Patriots Hall Boulevard (formerly 3400 East US 290)

  • Belterra Centre, 151 Trinity Hills Drive, Austin (sometimes listed as 688 Trinity Hills Drive)

  • Henly Station #3 — North Hays County Fire Rescue, 7520 Creek Road

  • N. Hays County Fire Rescue Station #2 — Driftwood Battalion, 15850 FM 1826, Austin

  • Precinct 4 Office, Hays County, 195 Roger Hanks Parkway