Voting by mail in Texas is available for elderly voters and voters with physical disabilities. The county must receive your marked ballot by 7 p.m. on election day. If you are mailing your ballot from outside the United States, we must receive your ballot by the fifth day after election day. For more information, visit:
If you are registered, you can call your local or county office holding the election or the Secretary of State’s office and request that an application to vote by mail be sent to you. You can also download the application online.
Try the Texas Secretary of State's Find Your Polling Place. This resource is useful to determine if you are registered to vote and can point you towards other resources to find your polling place.
VoteATX.us is a free, mobile-enabled web application to help Travis County voters find a place to vote in the March 4 election. It will find your most convenient choices for early voting locations, as well as election day precincts. It's open-source and powered by open government data.
Select the correct county to find a list of polling places (resources below may not be fully-updated until closer to the election):
VoteATX.US is a web-based app that was built to help voters in the November 2012 election. The application consists of a map which uses a voter's location to tell that individual where nearby polling locations are. Check out the app now or read more about it.