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Your vote will help to elect pro-life public officials who will support public policies that will protect innocent human life from conception through natural death. Use this pro-life voter guide to find out who the strong pro-life candidates are on your ballot. Our pro-life voter guide will build a custom list just for you!
2018 General Election Dates
Last Day to Register to Vote
Tuesday, October 9, 2018
You can pick up a voter registration card at county offices and most public libraries, or get an application online.
Early Voting by Mail
Certain voters can vote early by mail (over 65, sick or disabled, or you will be away from your county during Early Voting and on Election Day).
- Application for Voting by Mail: To vote by mail, you must apply for a mailed ballot in the county in which you are registered to vote. Your application must be sent or delivered to the Early Voting Clerk. The first day to apply to be received was January 1, and the last day for your application to be received, not postmarked, is Friday, October 26.
- Mailing Your Ballot: The Early Voting Clerk in your county must receive your marked ballot by 7 PM on Tuesday, November 6 (Election Day), or by the 5th day after Election Day if your ballot is submitted from outside the United States.
Early Voting in Person
Monday, October 22 – Friday, November 2, 2018
There will be multiple voting locations in your county.
Tuesday, November 6, 7 AM – 7 PM
Some counties allow voting only at your precinct voting location. Others allow voting at all precinct locations.
Who Can Vote?
You may vote in the General Election regardless of whether you voted in the Primary Election. If you did not vote in the Primary Election, you may vote in the General Election so long as you are registered to vote. You must cast your ballot in the county in which you are registered to vote.
Call the Secretary of State’s Elections Division toll-free at 1-800-252-VOTE (8683) or visit www.VoteTexas.gov.