Wondering if your mail-in ballot was received? Your county may have the answer online

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The Travis County Clerk's Office said it mailed almost 12,000 ballots Thursday (Travis County Clerk Photo)

The Travis County Clerk’s Office said it mailed almost 12,000 ballots Thursday (Travis County Clerk Photo)

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Some Central Texas counties are making their ballot tracking available online.

If people are wondering if their mail-in ballot has been counted, they can check and see if their county has made the information available online.

Hays County offers a PDF log that shows ballot return dates with voter’s names.

For Travis County, people can download a per-day file from the County Clerk’s site that shows both information on people whose mail-in ballots have been received, as well as those who have voted in-person. To find the information, go to the website and scroll down to the section labeled “Election Day and Early Voting Roster.”

Mail-in ballots for Williamson County can be tracked individually by providing a Texas driver’s license number and birthday at its elections website.

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