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We want to help you WiseUp before you head to the polls. Find out where to vote, what you need to bring to the polls, candidate podcast interviews, and informational graphics. Let’s make sure Texas South Asian voices are heard at the polls!

Voter Guide

Get your personalized online voters guide that shows all the races on your ballot and allows you to compare candidates’ positions side-by-side. You can even print out a “ballot” with your choices and take it with you to the polls on election day.

Polling Locations

Find out where to early vote and where to go on election day!

Are You Registered?

Make sure you are registered to vote. Registering takes less than 2 minutes!

Things to Know

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WiseUp on Caucuses

WiseUp on Primaries

Voting Checklist

Interested in learning about the 2018 mid-term elections? Click here.

FAQs

How do I register to vote?

You can register to vote here. Remember you must print out the form, sign it, and send it to your voter registration office here.

When is the deadline to register to vote?

The deadline to register for the July Primary Runoffs has passed. To register for the November elections, the deadline to register is October 5, 2020. You can find more information here.

Do I need to re-register for each election?

If you have not recently moved, then no you do not need to re-register each election. But, if you just moved to Texas or moved within Texas, you must register again. If you have moved within the same county, then you must submit an address change to your local county voter registrar. You can learn more here.

When are the next elections?

June 29th- July 10th

Early Voting Begins for the Primary Runoffs

July 14th

Primary Runoff Election Day

October 19th-30th

Early Voting Begins for the General Election

October 23rd

Last Day to Apply for Ballot by Mail

November 3rd

Election Day

You can learn more about the upcoming elections here.

Where do I find my nearest polling location?

You can find your polling locations a few days before early voting begins here.

What do I need to bring with me to the polls?

Bring one of the following items to your polling place:

  • TX Driver’s License
  • US Certificate of Citizenship or US Certificate of Naturalization with your photo
  • US passport book or card
  • TX Personal ID card
  • TX concealed handgun license
  • TX Election ID Certificate
  • US military ID card with your photo

These photo IDs must be current or have expired no more than 4 years before you vote. If you don’t have a photo ID you can bring alternate identification, for more information, check here.

What is on my ballot?

You can attain a personalized ballot from the League of Women Voter here. Simply enter your address and a sample ballot for your precinct will appear.

Why should I bother to vote?

As cliche as it sounds, your vote is your voice. People have almost died for the right to vote and this privilege is not one to take for granted. A democracy is meant for its’ citizens to participate in and when citizens don’t participate, a democracy will fail. America is unique in its’ history of being a melting pot of the world and voting is your opportunity to ensure our representatives look like the beautiful diverse nation that we are.

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