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Your Rights

In Plain English

You CAN still vote if you ARE registered in Texas but not registered at your current address. See A or B

A) If you moved within the same county:

If you vote early - between 10/13 and 10/31 - you can vote anywhere in your county with a regular ballot.

B) If you moved to a different county:

It varies from county to county - in most counties, you must vote at a main early voting place and only for elections shared between your new and previous county.

To be safe, we suggest calling your county clerk's office

Do Not Allow:

  • Aggressive questioning your citizenship, criminal record, or other qualificaitons to vote
  • Harrasment of any kind
  • Misleading information or signs about voter fraud relating to criminal penalties
  • False information about voter requirements, such as an ability to speak English
  • Anyone falsely representing themselves as an elections official

You CAN change your mind and vote in person, if you bring your Absentee Ballot with you.

HEADS UP - you will need to surrender your absentee ballot to the deputy Early Vote clerk or presiding election judge. That's it!!

You may be asked to sign a written cancellation request.

You CAN bring someone to assist you, if you need help with

  • Speaking English
  • A disability

NOTE: Your assistance cannot be your employer or union

If you have problems:

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What ID

Do I Need to Bring

To vote, you'll need to present:

  • Texas Driver's License
  • Texas Personal ID Card
  • Texas Election ID Certificate
  • Handgun License
  • Military ID Card
  • US Passport
  • US Citizenship Certificate (does not expire)

NOTE: Most be unexpired OR expired up to 4 years.

ID CAN be expired more than 4 years if you are 70 years or older.

An election officer is NOT PERMITTED to question the reasonableness of anyone's impediment to getting an ID.

If you don't have any of those, do this...

1) Request a "Reasonable Impediment Declaration" from a poll attendant.

2) Present one of these:

  • Voter registration Certificate
  • Certified US birth certificate
  • Current utility bill, bank statements, paycheck (must show your name and ANY address)
  • Government check (must show your name and ANY address)
  • Any other government document showing your name and ANY address

i.e. an out-of-state license, a government employee ID.

Reasonable Impediments:

  • Lack of transportation
  • Lack of birth certificate
    (or other necessary documents)
  • Disability or illness
  • Conflicts with work schedule
  • Family responsibilities
  • Lost or stolen acceptable photo ID,
  • Applied for an acceptable photo ID but have not received it.
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Tips & FAQ

Short & Sweet

You cannot promote any party or candidate. So:

  • Don't wear partisan or promotional t-shirts, hats, or masks
  • Don't bring political signs or any kind of promotional materials

Bring snack and water just in case.


No phone

No phones or recording devices are allowed INSIDE a polling place.

If you need a sample ballot to reference:

  • Use one of the resources below and print out your choices.
  • Google your county clerk's office and download a copy.

If the polls close while you're still in line

stay in line · you have the right to vote

If you make a mistake on your ballot

ask for a new one

If voting machines are broken down

ask for a paper ballot

Do your homework!

Other awesome sources to study your ballot:

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What If

My ID has Problems?

Can I still vote if I don't bring any ID to my polling location?

YES, as long as you are a registered voter, you may cast a provisional ballot.

BUT, for your ballot to count, you must appear at your county voter registar' office within 6 calendar days after the election. Present an acceptable ID, supporting form of ID and a signed "Reasonable Impediment Declaration" or if applicable, qualify for an exemption.

Can I still vote if I the name on my ID doesn't match the name the election offical has?

YES, but your ballot type will depend on how similar the names are:

  • By Regular Ballot
    If election officials determine the names are "substantially similar", you will be required to submit an affidavit, stating that you are the same person on the list of registered voters.
  • By Regular Ballot
    If names are not "substantially similar" (refer to no id question above)

Can I stil vote, if the address on my ID doesn' match my voter registration address?


Election officials will also look at whether other information on the presented ID matches elements on the official list of registered voters, such as the voter's residence and date of birth.

If anyone is being unfair or intimidating, report them immediately.

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  • Maintain six feet of separation from others.
  • Self-screen for any new or worsening signs or possible symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Utilize curbside voting if you're exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms and are eligible.
  • Bring your own pen, a pencil with an eraser or stylus, and hand sanitizer.
  • Wash or disinfect hands upon entering and leaving a polling station, as well as after any interaction with people or voting equipment.
  • Consider wearing a cloth face covering or face mask if available.
  • If you contract COVID-19 or another sickness that prevents you from appearing at the polling place after the deadline to submit an application for a ballot by mail, contact your county election officer.
  • You may be able to submit an "Application for Emergency Early Voting Ballot Due to Sickness or Physical Disability" or use curbside voting mail-in ballot.