back up and running, experienced outage for about 6 hours Sunday

Your Local Election HQ website appeared to be down Sunday evening. (KXAN Photo)

AUSTIN (KXAN) — The Travis County Clerk’s office got up and running after it appeared to be down on Sunday evening.

The clerk’s office responded Monday saying the vendor for the site “experienced an outage on their primary internet circuit which rendered unreachable.”

The clerk’s office said the site was down for about six hours Sunday, from 4:30 to about 10:30 p.m.

The website allows voters to view what will appear on their own personal ballots.

A Tweet from the clerk’s office around 5:30 p.m. directed voters to use the Travis County Clerk’s website to view a list of polling locations and to look at the wait time map.

At last check, more than 9,000 people voted in person in Travis County on Sunday.

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