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10-ONE City of Austin Council Districts

What is 10-ONE?

The upcoming change for Austin municipal government to geographic representation, approved by voters Nov. 6, 2012, as Proposition 3, is commonly referred to as 10-ONE.

Under the Charter Amendment:

  • The Mayor will continue to be elected citywide.
  • The 10 other Council Members will no longer be elected citywide, but only by voters in which they live.
  • The Council is expanded from seven to 11 members.

Election Day

Election Day for the first 10-ONE Council is Nov. 4, 2014.  The Council will take office on Jan. 1, 2015

Who's on the Ballot?

See who has officially filed for a place on the ballot. The Clerk’s Office updates the page at 10 a.m. and at 3 p.m. pending a candidate filed.

The District Map

The 10-ONE map was drawn by a 14-member Citizens Redistricting Commission that completed its task in January 2014.

District Demographics

View the demographics presentation, The Demographic, Socioeconomic and Political Characteristics of Austin's Single-Member Districts, by City Demographer, Ryan Robinson.

Voting Updates Newsletter

Sign up for the Voting Updates newsletter to stay up-to-date on voting deadlines and election news.

More information about the upcoming election can be found on the City Clerk's webpage.