More Info on Mobility Bond Election on Nov. 2

Early voting for the Nov. 2 election is open.  No matter how you vote, I hope you will vote!

Are you prepared to cast your ballot? I downloaded the nonpartisan general election guide developed by the League of Women Voters. The Austin American-Statesman also printed a voters guide in Sunday’s paper. Both look like decent resources.

Of course, at Capital Metro, we’re closely following the debate around the Mobility Bond package—Proposition 1. Mobility is our business, afterall! The city has created a web page with more info on all of the potential projects that would be funded if Proposition 1 passes on Nov. 2, as well as this video:

Wondering where you can cast your ballot?

Early voting and polling locations – Travis County

Early voting and polling locations – Williamson County

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