This year, Texans will not vote for a political party, but will vote for individuals. And you can vote in non-partisan city elections that have been delayed by COVID-19. This makes it more important than ever to go all the way to the bottom of your ballot.
VOTE BY MAIL
If you are 65 or older, disabled, or you will be out-of- town during voting, you can vote by mail. All you need to do is fill out a request herethen return it to the Elections clerk. To learn more, click here
VOTING EARLY IN PERSON
Voting early-in-person is always popular. This year there are two major changes. First, voting will begin a week earlier to provide the maximum amount of time and space. Second, there will be social distancing at the polls and most people will wear masks. The earlier you vote, the more likely you will avoid lines.
VOTING ON ELECTION DAY
Usually, 30 to 50% of voters cast their ballots on election day. The lines this year will be long, but barring a last-minute cure, there will be many precautions taken to avoid transmitting COVID-19.