October 9th is the last day to register to vote in time for the upcoming midterm elections! Make sure you are registered in time to make your voice heard.
If you still need to register, you can do so online at VOTE411.org by filling out the registration form, printing it, and mailing it to the voter registrar in your county. You can also fill out a registration form in person at your local library or at any government office.
Check to make sure your voter registration is correct here. If you have changed addresses within the same county, you can update your information online. If you have moved to a different county, you will have to re-register in your new county. Contact your County Voter Registration Official if you any questions.
If you are unable to vote in person and need to apply for a ballot by mail, there are two different ways to do so. You can either print out an application or request that an application gets mailed to you. Once you fill it out, you must mail it to your county’s Early Voting Clerk.
Registering to vote is just the first action in the “Texas 3 Step”. After you do this, the next step is to compare candidates! You can visit LWVTexas.org for General Election information or to VOTE411.org to create a personalized ballot and compare candidates side-by-side.
The last step is to go vote! Make a plan to vote. Where will you vote? Find out on VOTE411.org. Early voting is easy because you can vote at any polling location. Don't forget to bring a paper list of your candidates or print a copy of your ballot. Whenelection day comes, you will be well-informed and prepared to cast a confident vote.
The League of Women Voters believes in a society where every person has the right to make an enthusiastic and informed vote. Registering to vote is just the first step in making democracy work!