Voting Guide

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Nov. 2

Tuesday, Nov. 6

First day of early voting.

Last day to apply for ballot by mail. 

Click here to get your vote by mail application.

Last day of early voting.

Election Day!

Get out and vote!

  • November 2018 will be the first time in history when millennials make up the largest voting bloc.
  • According to U.S. Census information, millennials are the only age group to see voter turnout increases since 2012.
  • Only 20% of congress is female.
  • All 435 house seats will be up for election this November.
  • Democrats only need to flip 2 seats in the senate to gain a majority and only 22 seats in the house to gain a majority.

Find Your Poll Location:

  • My Texas Votes

    • This site offers polling location options, polling dates and times and the option to sign up for reminders on the day you select to vote.

    • Everything you need to vote in Texas. Go vote a straight Democratic ticket for Beto O'Rourke, Lupe Valdez, Mike Collier, Penny Shaw and more. Go vote!


    • Wondering where you vote on Election Day? Use the Vote.Org polling place locator to find out.

    • Enter your address to find your polling place, build your ballot with our online voters' guide and much more!
    • With our voters' guide you can see the races on your ballot, compare candidates' positions side-by-side, and print out a "ballot" indicating your preferences as a reminder and take it with you to the polls on Election Day.

Voting Guides:

  • League of Women Voters of Texas Voters Guide

    • The LWV Texas Voters Guide is nonpartisan & unbiased and lists candidates in contested races who are on the Election ballot and provides their answers to questions posed by the League of Women Voters of Texas Education Fund.

Find What Your Candidates Stand For:

  • OnYourBallot

    • Learn where candidates running for office in your community stand on the issues. You can print or email the information to use as a reference when you actually vote.
  • Ballotpedia

    • Ballotpedia is a nonpartisan online political encyclopedia. Founded in 2007, it covers American federal, state, and local politics, elections, and public policy.
  • BallotReady

    • Every candidate and measure, explained! Know what you're voting for by researching every race and referendum on the ballot with BallotReady.

    • Vote Smart provides free, unbiased, in-depth information about current officials, candidates, issues, legislation, and voting. Non-partisan and nonprofit since 1988.

What You Need to Bring to Vote:

Different states have different requirements for identification when voting, which can be found here. Texas requires that you bring one form of the following identification:

  • Texas Drivers License
  • Texas Election ID Certificate
  • Texas Personal ID Card
  • Texas Handgun License
  • U.S. Citizenship Certificate with Photo
  • U.S. Military ID Card with Photo
  • U.S. Passport (Book or Card)

If you do not possess one of these you can fill out a Reasonable Impediment Declaration at the polls for more information click here.