If any links in any section are broken or lead you to incorrect information, please notify me through the comment section. ~ Mike

Links on this page have been re-verified for 2012, and information appears to be current. ~ Mike (10/25/2012)


Voter information is now available on VOTEXAS.org, a service of the Texas Secretary of State.

Information on Texas‘ Absentee Voting Guidelines – Registering and Requesting Your Absentee Ballot [PDF]

CanIVote.org: This nonpartisan web site was created by state election officials to help eligible voters figure out how and where to go vote. Choose a category below to get started. Visit the National Association of Secretaries of State website for 2010 current General Election information, including voter registration deadlines, polling place hours, and early voting dates. Can I Vote? | Find Out If You Are Registered to Vote

Texas Absentee Voter Guide | Long Distance Voter: Sep 6, 2010 Current Texas voter registration and absentee voting information: includes forms, deadlines and easy to follow directions.

TEXAS VOTER INQUIRIES BY PHONE (Toll Free): 800-252-VOTE (800-252-8683)

Voter Registration in Texas: Voter Information. The information previously available on this page can now be found at VOTEXAS.org – a service provided to you by the Texas Secretary of State (www.sos.state.tx.us/elections/voter/index.shtml)


Texas Sec. of State – Welcome to the Texas Voter Information [FAQ] Website

The Texas Secretary of State’s Office hosts this website to assist with the following information:

  • Information about whether you are registered to vote in Texas.
  • Information pertaining to voting Polling Place locations for primary and November elections. This information is not available for the May elections.
  • Helpful Links to the Secretary of State’s website for additional information pertaining to voting and voter registration.

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