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Disclaimer: The State Law Library is unable to give legal advice, legal opinions or any interpretation of the law.
This handbook from the Elections Division of the Secretary of State’s Office is for election judges and clerks serving in precinct polling places on election day, and discusses polling place procedures for all elections.
This website allows you to request that a voter registration form be mailed to you. Additionally, the Secretary of State allows you to fill out a voter registration form online at the Secretary of State's website; after it is filled out online you can print it out and mail it to the voter registrar in your county of residence. Voter registration forms can also be filled out in person at the Texas State Law Library in Austin.
Find your polling place and learn if your county participates in the Countywide Polling Place Program (CWPP). If your county participates in the CWPP, you can vote at any location in your county of registration. If your county does not participate in the CWPP, you can only vote at the voting precinct assigned to you.
A form from the Secretary of State that allows a voter to cast a regular ballot if they are registered to vote but do not possess and cannot reasonably obtain an acceptable form of photo identification under Section 63.0101(a) of the Texas Election Code.
When is the next election? What will be on the ballot? Where can I learn about candidates, propositions, etc.?
Use this website to check voter registration, see what will be on the ballot, find polling places, and more. According to their site, the League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization.