Voter and Election Information
General Election, Tuesday, November 8, 2016
Quick Voter Links
League of Women Voter Voting and Election Websites
State Election Sites:
Three Steps to Vote in Texas
TWO: Be informed!
- Read the LWV-TX Voters Guide.
- Find Candidate information on VOTE411.org
- Vote by mail: Apply now!
- Vote in Person: Find your polling location(s) at
Vote411.org or your
County Elections Office
- Vote early: Monday, October 24, through Friday, November 4, 2016
- Vote on Election Day! Tuesday, November 8, 2016
Congratulations! Be a Texas Voter!
Important Election Dates
|First Day to Apply for Ballot by Mail||Friday, January 1, 2016|
|Last Day to Register to Vote||Tuesday, October 11, 2016|
|First Day of /Early Voting||Monday, October 24, 2016|
|Last Day to Apply for Ballot by Mail (Received, not Postmarked)||Friday, October 28, 2016|
|Last Day of Early Voting||Friday, November 4, 2016|
|Election Day! Ballot by Mail Due||Tuesday, November 8, 2016|
LWV-TX Voters Guide
LWV-TX 2016 General Election Voters Guide Will Be Available Before Early Election
Funded & published by the LWV of Texas Education Fund
The LWV-Texas Voters Guide is nonpartisan & unbiased and lists candidates in the General Election ballot and provides their answers to questions posed by the League of Women Voters of Texas Education Fund.
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Vote in the General Election! Here is why!
Voting is power! Elections determine leaders and policies ... Special interests take control when you don't vote ... Democracy only works if we vote ... If you don't vote, don't complain!
In the general election, citizens can vote for candidates of any party. The general election date is the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November
- The Texas Governor is elected every four years (not at the presidential elections)
- The Texas Senate Elections are every four years ( Not at the presidential election)
- The Texas House Elections are every two years
Join the Be Texas Voter Campaign
The LWV-TX compiled resources with voter education materials for community leaders and organizations. Support voting in your community join the LWV-TX Be a Texas Voter Campaign
The League of Women Voters of Texas (LWV-TX) knows that it is very important for that Texans vote to elect their representatives, yet Texas has low voter participation. Texans can foster the tradition of voting for their community and proudly set an example for informed voting.
Elections matter to the future of Texas communities and the quality of life of their residents. Providing voter education in your community organization, business, school, or nonprofit, helps citizens create the tradition of voting and become more involved in their communities.
Voter Education Resources
The Be a Texas Voter campaign provides voter education resources for Texas community organizations.
Follow and share LWV-TX "Be a Texas Voter" Social Media Campaign
VOTE411.org is the League of Woman Voters nonpartisan voter information site. Vote411 has all your trusted League of Women Voter information about voting and elections is easy to read, easy to navigate to, and can handle voters' every need.
- What is on the ballot?
- Where to vote?
- Print your ballot for Election Day
- LWV Voters Guide
- Compare candidates' positions side-by-side
- Voter registration
- Election information
For local voter and election information and your region's Voters Guide
visit your local League of Women Voters website
Voting and Election Reminders
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Texas Elections Calendar
Add the Election calendar to your personal calendar to remember important election dates.
Texas Primary Election Results
Texas Constitution Amendment Election
"The way the Texas document is written makes it, perhaps paradoxically, both fairly easy to amend and highly restrictive in the powers it grants, making frequent and often highly specific changes necessary." (Chris Hooks)
Resources for the Texas Constitutional process:
The LWV-TX Fights for Your Right to Vote!
President Johnson fought for your right to vote. Voting Rights Act of 1965
The LWV-TX continues to fight for your right to vote. You can help! Join, Donate, Vote!