Members of the Williamson County Tea Party are hoping to encourage people to get out and vote.
An early morning rally was held in Georgetown Saturday.
Tea partiers discussed issues like health care reform, unemployment, and the national debt.
The conservative group showed support for Mitt Romney with T-shirts.
Members also showed their frustration with President Barack Obama with a symbolic punching bag showing Obama's face with a bruised eye.
Organizers say, however, their main message is not to point out who to vote for, but instead to get people to go out and vote.
October 19 is the last day to register to vote.
Early voting begins October 18 and ends November 3, three days before election day.