Texas’s early voting period for the November 3 general election starts October 13 and runs through October 30. Registered voters may vote early but must vote in person unless qualified to vote by mail. Please check open polling locations in your area. While every county offers early voting during this period, they do not have the same hours of availability.
Before heading to the polls, read The Secretary of State’s released guidance on recommended health protocols for Texas election officials and voters in response to COVID-19. This guidance reflects the minimum recommended health protocols to help ensure the health and safety of all voters, election office personnel, polling place workers, and poll watchers in Texas.
What do I need to vote?
When you head to the polls, you need one of the following to cast your vote:
Texas Driver License issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS)
Texas Election Identification Certificate issued by DPS
Texas Personal Identification Card issued by DPS
Texas Handgun License issued by DPS
United States Military Identification Card containing the person’s photograph
United States Citizenship Certificate containing the person’s photograph
United States Passport (book or card)
Early Voting Links
MetroTex Endorsed Candidates
Christopher Axberg – Carrollton Place 2
Kevin Falconer – Carrollton Mayor
Davin Bernstein – Coppell Place 3
John Jun – Coppell Place 5
Patrick Harden – Dallas County Commissioner District 1
Kay Brown-Patrick – Desoto Place 2
Robert Dye – Farmers Branch Mayor
Deborah Morris – Garland District 2
Mark Zeske – Irving Place 3
Rick Stopfer – Irving Mayor
Ross McMullin – Keller Place 6
Chris Whatley – Keller Place 5
Kathy Talley – Southlake Place 1
Randy Williamson – Southlake Place 6
Gary Fickes – Tarrant County Commissioner Precinct 3
Visit Texas REALTORS® Support to find TREPAC endorsed elected officials at the Texas Legislature.