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Important Dates

National Voter Registration Day

September 22

Texas Registration Deadline

October 5

Texas Absentee Ballot Application Due

October 23

Texas Early Voting Period

October 13-30

National Vote Early Day

October 24

National Election Day

November 3

Last day to receive Ballot by Mail for Texas

November 3, 7PM

Nonpartisanship

TX Votes is strongly committed to nonpartisanship.

We understand that many UT faculty and staff, including University Housing and Dining, depend on us to facilitate student voter registration and turnout in a professional, unbiased way. Thus, we as an organization never endorse any candidate, party, or policy position, other than that voter turnout should be higher.

 

We ask that our core officers not simultaneously serve as officers in College Republicans or University Democrats and ask that all members refrain from wearing or displaying any campaign/partisan paraphernalia while representing TX Votes.

TurboVote

Texas doesn’t have online voter registration, but TurboVote is an online service that makes the whole process simpler!

 

If you go to http://texas.turbovote.org and fill in some basic information about yourself, you can download and print a pre-filled voter registration form. Then, all you have to do is sign the bottom and mail it back to your county’s election clerk.

**The deadline to register to vote in Texas in the November 2020 Election has passed**

Election Protection Hotlines

English

866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683)

Spanish

888-VE-Y-VOTA (888-839-8682)

Asian Languages

888-API-VOTE (888-274-8683)

Arabic

844-YALLA-US (844-274-5287)

ASL (Video)

301-818-VOTE (301-818-8683)

Disability Rights TX

888-786-VOTE (888-796-8683)

 

The information given in this website does not constitute legal advice nor is it intended to establish whether or not you are eligible to register to vote or vote. For information from a government source about elections in Texas please visit the Texas Secretary of State’s website found here.