Voter education impacts voter turnout! Together we can motivate and encourage Texans to vote in every election. Share Tips to Help Voters with New Election Laws which provides a short explanation of the new 2021 election laws. Please note - we offer general information only. We are not lawyers. Updates are provided as more information becomes available. Find updates & learn more by reviewing each subject in the voter information section of LWVTexas.org
Tips for Voters - New Election Laws
- Update your voter registration online if you moved or changed your name here. You will need your TXDL or ID Card, SSN, and Voter Registration Card VUID (Voter Unique Identifier) number. If you do not have your VUID number, you can find it at am I registered by putting in your name, county and date of birth.
- For college student voters living away from home, it is safest and easiest to register and vote at your college residence address.
- For voters without a residence, in the space on the registration form for residence address, it’s safest to put the street address of an agency where you receive aid. In the space for mailing address, if you have one, put the P.O. Box where you receive your mail.
Vote By Mail (VBM)
Persons who assist voters
Persons who assist voters with a VBM application, VBM ballot, or in-person ballot must provide their relationship to the voter, address, sign an oath, and mark that they didn’t receive compensation.
Persons who drive 7 or more voters who qualify for curbside voting must sign a form.
For more information or assistance
1212 Guadalupe #107, Austin, TX 78701 firstname.lastname@example.org 512.472.1100 LWVTexas.org VOTE411.org