Election Information You Need
The Texas Library Association encourages you to share this information from The League of Women Voters with your library patrons, students and community.
Register to vote and check your voter registration status at Vote411.org.
Online Voters Guide
The Voters Guide is available online at Vote411.org. Voters can enter their address and zip code to view races and candidates that appear on their ballot, compare candidates’ responses to questions posed by the League, and create a print-out of a ballot to take to the polls. They can also find out where to vote!
Other Voter Resources
Find your county election website here – for voter registration information, polling locations, sample ballots, curbside voting and vote by mail applications. For the Texas Secretary of State site, go to VoteTexas.gov.
Early Voting: October 13 – October 30
Deadline to apply to vote by mail: October 23
Deadline for vote by mail ballot to be received: November 3
Election Day: November 3
Remember, this is the first General Election without straight-party voting!
Beginning with the November 3 General Election, voters may no longer check one box to vote for one party’s candidates in every partisan race. Instead, voters mark a candidate for each race. Candidates representing a party are identified with a letter following their name: “R” for Republican, “D” for Democrat, “L” for Libertarian, or “G” for Green. Candidates in many local elections are nonpartisan and do not represent a party.