Travis County, Texas

Travis County, Texas

Travis County, Texas Counties by state

Travis County is a county in Texas. The county population is 1,290,188, according to the United States Census Bureau. The county seat is Austin.

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Use the links below to learn more about federal officials, state officials, cities, school districts, courts, and ballot measures in this county.

Federal officials

The current members of the U.S. Senate from Texas are:

Office title Officeholder name Date assumed office Party affiliation

U.S. Senate Texas

John Cornyn

December 2, 2002

Republican Party

U.S. Senate Texas

Ted Cruz

January 3, 2013

Republican Party

To view a map of U.S. House districts in Texas and find your representative, click here.

State officials

The following is a list of the current state executive officials from Texas:

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To view a list of state legislators from Texas, click here.


The following list contains cities located in Travis County, Texas, that are currently covered by Ballotpedia. This list is not meant to be comprehensive:

  1. Austin, Texas

School districts

The following list contains school districts located in Travis County, Texas, that are currently covered by Ballotpedia. This list is not meant to be comprehensive:

  1. Austin Independent School District, Texas
  2. Del Valle Independent School District, Texas
  3. Pflugerville Independent School District, Texas
  4. Round Rock Independent School District, Texas
  5. Leander Independent School District, Texas
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See also: Travis County, Texas (Judicial)

The following courts are located in Travis County, Texas. This list is not meant to be comprehensive:

  1. Travis County Probate Court, Texas
  2. Texas judicial district 450
  3. Texas Third District Court of Appeals
  4. Texas judicial district 53
  5. Texas judicial district 98
  6. Texas judicial district 126
  7. Texas judicial district 147
  8. Texas judicial district 167
  9. Texas judicial district 201
  10. Texas judicial district 200
  11. Texas judicial district 250
  12. Texas judicial district 261
  13. Texas judicial district 299
  14. Texas judicial district 331
  15. Texas judicial district 345
  16. Texas judicial district 353
  17. Texas judicial district 390
  18. Texas judicial district 403
  19. Texas judicial district 419
  20. Texas judicial district 427
  21. Texas judicial district 459
  22. Texas judicial district 455
  23. Travis County Court, Texas
  24. Texas judicial district 460

Ballot measures

See also: List of Texas ballot measures and Travis County, Texas ballot measures

To view a list of statewide measures in Texas, click here.

To view a list of local ballot measures in Travis County, Texas, click here.

See also

Local Politics Other Texas Content Public Policy in Texas

Government of Travis County, TexasCity governmentLocal courtsSchool boardsLocal ballot measuresLocal recalls

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External links

  • Travis County, Texas
  • National Association of Counties


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