Voting early is easy!
- Early Voting is offered before each election.
- Registered voters may vote early in person at any early voting location in their county.
- Your County Election website has polling locations, dates, times and sample ballots.
- Use the League's nonpartisan Voters Guide to see the races and issues on your ballot. ( available early October)
- At VOTE411.org print your personal ballot or print find a sample ballot on your county election website to take to the polls! (no phones are allowed in the polling booth!)
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How to vote a limited ballot during early voting!
During early voting, a registered voter who has moved from the county in which he or she is registered to a new county of residence in Texas, and who will not be registered to vote in the new county before election day, may be eligible to vote a “limited ballot." A limited ballot allows you to vote on state and national races.
Voters may request more voting hours!
Note: Counties with less than 100,000 population are not required to provide weekend hours or extended hours for early voting, but voters may request more voting hours.
- Find current early voting hours and days on your county website!
- Ask 15 other concerned citizens to sign onto a request for Saturday or Sunday hours
- Or to sign onto a request for extended weekday hours
- Share the petition with your County Early Voting Clerk
- Be sure to submit the petition in time for the county to post a notice at least 5 days for an extended weekday request and 72 hours for weekend hour request before the extended hours will begin.
Actions to take if your county is not providing sufficient early voting locations or hours
- Let us know at Texas Election Protection (866- 687-8683) of extremely long lines or any problems at the polls.
- Email and call your county election administrator
- Email (elections [at] sos.texas.gov) and call the Secretary of State's office 1.800.252.8683
- Take photos and contact the local media
What polling place safety measures will be in place?
Call us if you have any voting questions or concerns?
- 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683) English
- 888-Ve-Y-Vota (839-8682) Spanish
- 888-API-VOTE (888-274-8683) English, Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean, Vietnamese, Bengali, Urdu, Hindi, and Tagalog
- 844-YALLA-US (844-925-5287) Arabic
- 301-818-VOTE (301-818-8683) American Sign Language (video call)
- 888-796-VOTE Disability Rights Texas
The League of Women Voters of Texas fights for your right to vote!