Go Vote!

Hands raised

ONE: Register  

TWO: Be informed!

THREE: Vote!

Congratulations! You are a Texas Voter!

Where do I vote?

Vote early!

  • Early Voting begins 17 days before each election.
  • All registered voters may vote early in person at any early voting location in their county.
  • Check with your local newspaper or your county clerk or election administrator for early voting times and locations.

Vote by mail!

Vote on election day!

On Election Day vote at your precinct' voting site  (unless your community uses vote centers). Your precinct is listed on your registration card, or ask your County Election Official where to vote.

I Voted sticker

 

WHAT IS PROVISIONAL VOTING?

The Federal Help America Vote Act (HAVA) of 2002 provides for provisional voting if a voter’s name does not appear on the list of registered voters due to an administrative error. If your name is not on the rolls of registered voters in your precinct, but you believe you are registered, the election judge will attempt to determine if you are registered somewhere in your county.

If your registration cannot be found, you may cast a provisional vote by filling out an affidavit and a paper ballot. This ballot is kept separate from the regular ballots, and the case will be reviewed by the provisional voting ballot board. The ballot will be counted only if the voter is determined to be a registered voter in that precinct. Provisional voters will receive a notice in the mail by the tenth day after the local canvass advising them if their provisional ballots were counted and, if they were not counted, the reason why.

Voting questions or problems?

Texas Civil Rights Project - Protect the Right to Vote Voter Hotline

Call the Election Protection Voter Hotline!  

 

  • 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

 

 

 

 

Ann Richards on Motorcycle

Governor Ann Richards (1991-1994) had fun!

  

Ma Ferguson

Miriam Amanda Wallace "Ma" Ferguson, the first female Governor of Texas in 1925, not so much fun.