Go Vote! Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 6!
Make your voice heard! If you didn’t vote early, cast your ballot on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018!
Below is a compilation of information you may find useful. The below information is for Dallas County residents.
First, find your precinct polling location so you know where you need to go on Election Day! You can also use this link to look up your sample ballot.
Once you know where to go and have your sample ballot, research your candidates so you know who you want to vote for and why! Here are a few good, nonpartisan resources:
Okay, so now you know who you’re voting for and you’re heading to the polls! Here are a few frequently asked questions:
Do I need to bring an ID?
Yes. Identification is required for voting in person, so make sure you bring a driver’s license, Texas personal ID card, passport or one of the other acceptable forms of ID listed here: https://www.dallascountyvotes.org/election-day-voting/what-do-i-need-in-order-to-vote/
I have difficulty walking or standing for long periods. Can someone help me?
Yes! Dallas County offers curbside voting for those who have disabilities that make it difficult to vote inside a polling location. If someone is with you, just have that person notify an election official when you arrive at the polling location, and an official will bring your ballot to your car. If no one is with you, call 214-819-6338 ahead of time and notify the election day clerk that you would like to do curbside voting.
I have another question. Who should I contact?
You can visit www.dallascountyvotes.org for additional information, or you can contact the Dallas County Elections Department at 214-819-6300.