Your vote is your voice. Are you ready to vote in 2020?
Voting ensures your voice and concerns are heard by those you elect to represent you. By voting, you Live UNITED
October 23: Deadline to request to vote by mail. Learn more about voting by mail here.
October 13-30: Early voting. Dates and hours may vary depending on location. By early voting, you are likely to see shorter lines than if you wait till Election Day.
November 3: Election Day - Your last chance to vote!
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO TO VOTE
Bring a Photo ID: You must present onf of the seven acceptable forms of photo identification before you can vote: a Texas driver's license, Texas election ID certificate, Texas person ID card, Texas handgun license, US Citizenship Certificate with photo, US military IS card with photo, or UW passport.
Bring your Voter Registration card (optional): It's not mandatory to have, but can help resolve any unforseen issues like your name spelled differently on the official list than on your ID.
Be an educated voter: Do your homework by seeing who's on your ballot and learning about them in advance so you know who you want to vote for before you get to the voting machine. You can save yourself time at the polls by being prepared. To find out what's on your ballot, visit vote411.org/texas or VoteDenton.
Encourage your network: Make a plan to vote and invite your neighbors and friends to go vote with you.
Vote by mail: To be eligible to vote early by mail in Texas, you must be a registered voter and meet at least one of the following criteria:
- 65 years old or older
- Sick or disabled
- Out of the county during the entire election (must provide out of county address),
- Confined to jail, but eligible to vote
For more information and to request the application for mail-in ballot, visit VoteDenton.