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Vote411: Election Information You Need

Joint General and Special Elections - November 3, 2020

 

Online Voters Guide

Vote411Visit Vote411.org for all your election related information! Vote411 is a free service provided by the League of Women Voters.

Local candidate and ballot measure information is typically published to Vote411 thirty days prior to election day. A downloadable .pdf document will also be published and available on this website.

 

Where to Vote

On election day, Tarrant County registered voters can vote at any Vote Center location from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. 

Voter ID Requirements to Vote in Person in Texas

One of the following accepted:

Photo ID 
Not expired more than 4 years ago (Age 70+ may use expired ID):

  • Texas driver license
  • Texas Election Identification Certificate
  • Texas personal identification card
  • Texas handgun license by DPS
  • U.S. military ID card with photo
  • U.S. citizenship certificate with photo
  • U.S. passport (book or card)

If you don't have an acceptable photo ID
Sign a Reasonable Impediment Declaration form and present one of the following other documents:

  • Voter registration card
  • Certified birth certificate
  • Current utility bill
  • Bank statement
  • Government check
  • Paycheck
  • Or any other government document with voter's name and an address

Note:

  • Addresses on ID and voter registration do not need to match.
  • Name on ID an voter registration MUST match or be substantially similar.
  • Election officials/poll workers may not question you about voter ID issues.

Voter ID FAQs

 

Voters with Special Needs

If you have mobility problems or if you have difficulty walking or standing for long periods of time, contact a voting clerk or election official to see about curbside voting or moving you to the front of the line. See the Tarrant County Elections Administration website for more information or call their office at 817-831-8683.

 

Vote by Mail (Absentee Ballot)

Who can vote by mail in Texas?

  • 65 years or older
  • Sick or disabled
  • Out of the county during early voting and election day. 
  • In jail but otherwise eligible to vote

Visit Tarrant County Elections Adminstration website for links to the application and submission instructions.

Read why one man's absentee ballot wasn't accepted: Yes, Texas can reject your mail-in ballot. It happened to me. How to make yours count.

 

 

Election Protection Graphic "866 OURVOTE"

Having trouble voting? Call Texas Election Protection Coalition at one of the hotlines below.

  • 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 

Be Poll Monitor

Do you want to help voters at the polls and ensure that every eligible voter can cast a ballot that counts? Poll Monitors are stationed at various locations to help voters with any questions they have, and report any problems with polling locations.

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