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Early voting in Texas runs from October 24 to November 4. During early voting, you can vote at any of the voting locations in your county.
In Texas, you can apply to vote by mail if you are: age 65 or older, will be out of your county, are sick or disabled, or for a few other reasons. Your request must be received by October 28.
Be sure to return your ballot with plenty of time to be counted. The U.S. Postal Service recommends you mail it by at least November 1.
Polls are open 7:00 am to 7:00 pm on Tuesday, November 8. Don’t forget your photo ID!
Update your voter registration, or register for the first time, by October 11.
To vote in Texas, you need an accepted form of photo ID. If you don’t have one of the accepted forms of ID, you can bring an alternate form of ID and fill out a declaration in order to vote.
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