Precinct 360 is home to James Bowie High School

Precinct 360 in Southwest Travis County encompasses the Deer Park at Maple Run, Twin Creeks, Sendera and Oak Creek Parke neighborhoods.

2021 Does Include Elections

2021 will be a year focused mostly on the Texas Legislative session and a key statewide project – redistricting our legislative district boundaries.

Austin, however, will have two elections, a May 1 local election and November 2 general and special elections.

The May 1 election will include eight Austin City Council ballots. They would change the role of the mayor, change the date of mayor elections, approve ranked choice voting, add a City Council 11th district, give funds to voters to contribute to candidates, amend the firefighters union charter, disallow homeless camping on streets and allow the City Council to appoint or remove a director of Police Oversight.

See What's On Our Ballot to see the ballot wording. And see Election Basics for dates.


It is likely that candidates for statewide offices will begin emerging as this year moves on. Up for election in 2022 are governor, lieutenant governor, comptroller and attorney general. So look forward to another spicy election year!

Democratic Clubs

Meet your Democratic neighbors

Because of the coronavirus pandemic, clubs currently do not meet in person, but hold virtual meetings

Join our Precinct 360 Facebook group: Travis County Precinct 360


Circle C Area Democrats

6 p.m. the second Monday each month at the Alamo Drafthouse, 5701 W. Slaughter Lane

Blue Action Democrats

2 p.m. the first Sunday each month at 6156 U.S. Highway 290, Suite B


South Travis United Democrats

6 p.m. the third Thursday each month at DK Maria's, 1807 W. Slaughter at Manchaca


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