According to VoteTexas.gov, voters are required to show photo identification when they arrive at the polls. Accepted forms of identification:
Find out if you're registered by clicking here.
To find out where to vote on Election Day Nov. 4, use the VoteTexas.gov precinct locator by clicking here. You can click here to find your county's election administrator.
Many believe voting is part of a civic duty to national and local politics. In midterm elections, voters cast ballots on governors and state and federal congress members.
Why is it important for you to participate? Because it gives you the opportunity decide on politicians who will be voicing local decisions and opportunities in your community.
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Locally, you can voice opinions about how Texas should progress. Start being a part of the process by voting Nov. 4.
In the general and primary election in August, we asked for your post-polls selfie, and you sent them! Click here to see the photo gallery. And send your upcoming selfies to firstname.lastname@example.org.