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  • On election day all voters must vote at their specific precinct location which be announced soon.

VOTING HOURS: (Primary 2024)

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  • Pending Schedule


  • Texas Driver's License

  • Texas Election Identification Card issued by DPS

  • US Military ID which includes photo

  • Texas Handgun License issued by DPS

  • Texas Personal ID Card issued by DPS


  • United States Passport (book or card)

  • United States Citizenship Certificate containing your photograph

Don’t have one of those IDs? You can still vote!


If you’re a registered voter but do not possess one of the documents listed above, don’t worry, you can still vote a regular ballot! Here’s how:

  1. Bring one of the following to your voting site:

    • Valid voter registration card/certificate

    • Current utility bill (or a copy)

    • Bank statement (or a copy)

    • Government check (or a copy)

    • Paycheck (or a copy)

    • Current government document with your name and address on it

    • Certified birth certificate (must be an original)


  1. Fill out a form at the voting site stating that (1) you are who you say you are and (2) have a reasonable impediment or difficulty getting one of the acceptable photo IDs.


  1. Vote on a regular ballot!

Curbside Voting:

  • If you are physically unable to enter the polling place, you have the right to vote curbside.

  • You can ask an election worker to bring you a ballot or voting machine (depending on what is in use at your polling place) to the entrance of the polling place or to a car parked at the curbside.

  • If someone has accompanied you to the polling place, they can go inside and let the poll worker know there is a curbside voter outside. Or you may need to flag down another voter who is entering the polling place and ask them to tell the poll worker you’re outside waiting to curbside vote.

  • If no one comes out to allow you to curbside vote, please call 844-TX-VOTES and we can assist you.

Mail Ballots:

  • The county election official must receive your mail-ballot application by February 23, 2024 in order to receive a mail ballot.

  • Once you receive your mail-in ballot, please complete it as soon as possible and either mail it back to your county elections office. Please put the last 4 of your social and another identification number if possible on the envelope. Also, please put your email and phone number on the envelope incase the county needs to contact you about your ballot.

  • IF YOU FORGET TO MAIL BACK YOUR BALLOT: ONLY THE VOTER can hand deliver the ballot to the county elections office (501 E. Main St, Suite B) ONLY ON ELECTION DAY, 7am-7pm. The voter must have their completed ballot and ID with them to turn it in. If the voter cannot walk into the office to turn in their mail ballot in person, please call the county elections office when parked outside and an employee will come out to your vehicle to pick up your mail ballot.

  • Voters can track their mail-in ballot online:

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