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Go Vote! Here's How

Vote early − vote by mail − or vote on Election Day!

BE A TEXAS VOTER!

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Quick Voter Links

BE INFORMED! LEARN ABOUT CANDIDATES!

Nonpartisan League of Women Voters Guides!

Funded & published by the LWV of Texas Education Fund

Voters Guide November 8, 2016 - English The LWV-Texas Voters Guide is nonpartisan & unbiased and lists candidates in contested races who are on the Election ballot and provides their answers to questions posed by the League of Women Voters of Texas Education Fund.

General Election Voters Guide's is available online in Spanish and English

English    Spanish

For more local voter and election information and your region's Voters Guide visit your local League of Women Voters website

  • Research candidates at VOTE411.org
  • Research candidates at Vote Smart which offers non partisan candidate and issue information.

WHERE DO I VOTE?

Vote Early

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  • Early Voting begins 17 days before each election.
  • All registered voters may vote early in person at any early voting location in their county.
  • Check with your local newspaper or your county clerk or election administrator for early voting times and locations.

VOTE BY MAIL

Vote by Mail Application Fill out, sign, scan then email form to your elections officialLearn more!

VOTE ON ELECTION DAY!

On Election Day you must vote in your precinct of residence (unless your area is participating in countywide vote centers). Your precinct is listed on your registration card, or you may find out where to vote by calling or going online with your County Election Official.

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County elections addresses and fax numbers are available at www.VoteTexas.gov or at VOTE411.org input your address and find where to vote>. Voting places are also listed in most newspapers. If you report to the incorrect polling place, you will be redirected to the correct site or offered a provisional ballot. You can vote by provisional ballot, but if it is determined that you are not registered in the precinct where you vote, your ballot will not be counted by Texas law. More information on provisional voting appears on the Texas Secretary of State website http://www.VoteTexas.gov.

BRING YOUR ID AND GO VOTE!

Voter hotlines

Texas Civil Rights project hotline Election Protection has voter helplines:
  • 866-OUR-VOTE ( Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law)
  • 888-Ve-Y-Vota (led by the NALEO Educational Fund)
  • 888-API-VOTE (led by APIAVote & Asian Americans Advancing Justice-AAJC);

#HAVEFUNVOTING

ann richards on motorcycle

Governor Ann Richards (1991-1994) has fun!

Miriam Amanda Wallace "Ma" Ferguson, the first female Governor of Texas in 1925, not so much fun.

Celebrate your right to vote! Make voting a fun event. Share voting with your friends and family. Create a tradition of voting in Texas.