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The League of Women Voters provides VOTE411, a free, non-partisan voters guide as a service to the voting public.

Visit prior to each election to see a sample ballot for your location, compare the viewpoints of the candidates for those races, and text or email yourself your candidate selections for later reference. The website also offers links to general election information for the state of Texas, such as election dates, registration deadlines, and polling places.

Visit to find all the facts before you vote.

Enter your address to find your polling place, create your personalized voters' guide and find everything you need to vote! With your personalized guide, you will:

  1. see everything that will be on your ballot,
  2. compare candidates' positions side-by-side,
  3. print out a personalized ballot with your choices to take with you on Election Day.

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What to do if your voter registration status is challenged

Consult the information here from the Texas Civil Rights Project on your rights. Or call the phone numbers contained within for legal assistance. Information is available in several languages.

The Texas Civil Rights Project is one of several nonprofits that the League of Women Voters of Texas works closely with to protect voters' rights. In coordination with the League of Women Voters of Hays County, they played a key role in convincing the Hays County Commissioner's Court to open additional polling locations and extend the number of days and hours of voting at Texas State University during the 2018 midterm elections.