Not sure where to vote in Texas? Not a problem! There is plenty of information out there to help you determine where you can vote.
Voting during the early voting period is your best bet! All registered and eligible voters may vote at ANY early voting location located in the county of residence.
For more information on where you can vote during the early voting period, you can visit the Texas Secretary of State voter information website or your county’s voter information page:
If you vote on Election Day, depending on the county you reside in, you can only vote at the voting precinct assigned to you. On your Voter Registration Certificate, you will see a precinct number that is found next to your year of birth. That precinct number determines where you can vote on Election Day.
If you live in the following counties, then you are able to vote at ANY location listed as a location for election day voting: Dallas, Collin, Ellis, Hood, Kaufman, Parker, Rockwall and Tarrant counties.
For more information on where you can vote on Election Day you can visit the Texas Secretary of State voter information website or your county’s voter information page: