Are you registered to vote? Is your voter registration “ACTIVE”? Is your voter’s registration updated to your correct address? Want to find out your precinct number? You can find all this information by going -> Here
You can also check voter registration status here too. -> Find out -> Here
If you want to make a change you have to VOTE. That means voting at the city/county/state level to make changes that affect ALL Americans.
If you’ve never voted before or it’s been a while since you last voted, you can watch a short 4-minute video on how to vote here -> (How to Vote on the eSlate Voting Machine).
Here’s more information about the voting equipment you’ll be using to vote. Click HERE, then select “eSlate video”.
*Remember no cell phone/electronic devices are allowed within 100 feet of the polling site. So If you have a list of candidates you’re voting for on your cell they must be transferred to hard copy paper (printed or handwritten).
What NOT to do on Election Day in Texas click -> Here.
Info about voting:
- You are eligible to register to vote if:
- You are a United States citizen;
- You are a resident of the county where you submit the application;
- You are at least 17 years and 10 months old, and you are 18 years of age on Election Day.
- IF you’re a convicted felon and COMPLETED your sentence, probation or parole (OFF PAPERS) you CAN vote.
- You have not been declared by a court exercising probate jurisdiction to be either totally mentally incapacitated or partially mentally incapacitated without the right to vote.
If you need to UPDATE your address within the SAME COUNTY you reside in you can update it -> Here. You must have the following information:
Current Driver License or ID Card
Social Security Number
Voter Registration Card VUID (Voter Unique Identifier). You can get your VUID by going -> Here.
Who can vote by mail? How?
You can vote by mail by downloading the application -> Here IF you are:
- 65 or over on Election Day
- sick or disabled
- out of your county of residence during early voting and Election Day(college, vacation, etc.), or
- in jail but otherwise eligible to vote
If you are a military voter, click here for everything you need to know.