Go to txballot.com to track your ballot!
The deadline to register for the Masala Midterms in November has passed. Next 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.
You can find your polling locations a few days before early voting begins here.
Bring one of the following items to your polling place:
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.
Via the Texas Tribune: All U.S. representatives, state senators, state representatives and members of the State Board of Education are also up for election after the redrawing of political districts last year based on the 2020 census. U.S. and state representatives are elected to two-year terms while state senators and State Board of Education members draw lots to serve two- or four-year terms after the first post-redistricting election.
As a registered voter in Texas, you have the right to:
Learn more here.
Call the Election Protection Hotline! They’re here to help you with whatever questions you may have. They have dedicated hotlines for different languages and accessibility.
English: 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683)
Asian Languages (Hindi, Urdu, and Bengali): 888-API-VOTE (888-274-8683)
YOU QUALIFY TO VOTE BY MAIL IF YOU:
For the November 8, 2022 General Election, the last day your ABBM can be received by your Early Voting Clerk is Friday, October 28th, 2022.
The Early Voting Clerk must receive your voted ballot by:
You may return your marked ballot in person to your Early Voting Clerk only while the polls are open on Election Day. If you choose to return your ballot in person on Election Day, it must be received by an election official, you must present an acceptable form of ID, and the election official must record your name, signature and type of ID used in a roster that the official must attest to.
The short answer is YES!
This is an unprecedented time for everyone and voting during a global health pandemic is no exception. The WiseUp TX team highly recommends everyone to follow the following safe health practices when heading to the polls:
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.