2014 Candidate Survey


UPDATE: Run-off election scorecard can be found here. We’d also like to apologize and offer a retraction for putting Ora Houston’s score at 71% when it should have been at 86%.

Join us November 4th at The Brixton for an Election Night Viewing Party!

ATX Safer Streets sent out a questionnaire to all 78 candidates for both City Council and the Mayoral race. We have attached all 42 responses we received in PDF form below. We are a nonpartisan Texas Non-Profit, and our questionnaire asks questions about both the problems facing late night transportation and the state of Austin transportation in general. The responses were all submitted between July 23rd and September 14th, 2014.

Candidates were informed that all questionnaire responses should be considered public. Answers are unedited and appear as submitted by the candidate, except as indicated by brackets []. The candidates responses are in the order submitted. The percentage under each name shows the frequency with which the candidate’s answers mirrored our answers.

For a quick glance at how the candidate scoreds, you may view our scorecards HERE

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Early voting ends on Halloween. Did you know that you can vote at any polling place in Travis County during early voting? To find a polling location visit Vote ATX.

Election day is November 4th, and you must vote in your precinct. The Vote ATX site is location based, so you can open it while home and it will show you your nearest location.

If you are unsure of your registration status you can visit here to find out. If you haven’t received your voter registration card you may still vote, so long as you have the proper ID with you. Go here to determine if you have the correct ID.

Remember, you will need the proper ID with you no matter when you vote, so make sure you have it!