Click Links Below for Resources on Registering and Voting
To vote in Texas, you must be registered. You may request a postage-paid application from your voter registrar, or from organizations such as Register2Vote or Rock the Vote (see links below). Voter registration applications also are available at many post offices, libraries, Texas Department of Public Safety offices, and Texas Health and Human Services Commission offices throughout the state. For the 2020 Presidential Election, your application must be received by your county voter registrar office by October 5, 2020
Find Out If You Are Registered to Vote.
How to Register to Vote.
Rock the Vote offers the voter registration applications in 13 languages.
Find a list of several voting locations nearest to your address. This list changes from one election to the next, but many locations remain the same. As we get nearer to the election, voting locations will be posted and will be updated here.
Who Can Apply for a Mail-In Ballot.
How to Apply.
Who can request to vote by mail in Texas:
How do I apply for a mail-in ballot?
1. Print this application/ Solicitud de Boleta Postal
2. If someone helps you fill it out, sign it or mail it, that person must complete Section 11, which requires information about that person and that person's signature.
3. Where do I send the application?
If you live n Bexar County, mail your application to:
1103 S. Frio, Ste. 100
San Antonio, 78207
4. If you live in another county, you can find the address, fax number and email address for your county elections office here.
5. IMPORTANT: You MUST mail in the original copy of the application.
6. What’s the DEADLINE to apply for a mail-in ballot? 6. What’s the DEADLINE to apply for a mail-in ballot? October 24, 2020.
BUT DON'T WAIT TILL THEN. APPLY NOW.
GET YOUR BALLOT AS SOON AS POSSIBLE AND MAIL IT BACK IMMEDIATELY TO PREVENT DELAYS THAT MIGHT DISQUALIFY YOUR VOTE.
Understand Your Rights.
Protect Your Vote.
Election Protection is provided by a coalition of voting rights groups.
It provides Americans from coast to coast with comprehensive information and assistance at all stages of voting – from registration, to absentee and early voting, to casting a vote at the polls, to overcoming obstacles to their participation. Election Protection helps voters make sure their vote is counted through a number of resources, including a suite of voter helplines:
NOTICE OF VOTING ORDER PRIORITY
An election officer may give voting order priority to individuals with a mobility problem that substantially impairs the person’s ability to move around. Read the full notice on voting order priority for details (PDF).
AVISO DE PRIORIDAD DE ORDEN DE VOTACIÓN
Un oficial de elecciones puede dar prioridad de orden de votación a individuos con un problema de movilidad que dificulta sustancialmente la capacidad de la persona para moverse. Para más detalles, lea el aviso completo sobre la prioridad de orden de votación. (PDF)
How Voting Should Work:
Election Judges and Clerks:
Qualifying Voters on Election Day 2020