Am I Registered To Vote In Texas
November 2, 2010 by USA Post
Am I Registered To Vote In Texas, Anyone registered to vote. To see if you are registered, visit the Texas Secretary of State at www.sos.state.tx.us. You can also check your polling station on this site.
Voters will select members of Congress, a governor, five other statewide officers, legislators, members of the Council of State Education, judges and county officials, and voting proposals, including a proposal 90 million and Austin transport link.
For more information on all the races of Central Texas, review the guide to Statesman voters www.statesman.com / virtualcapitol. You can even take it with you to the polls.
Voting locations are open 7:00 to 7:00 p.m. (Anyone in line at 19 hours will be allowed to vote.)
Contact your county elections office for information on polling places.
Bastrop (512) 581-7160
Burnet (512) 715-5288
Caldwell (512) 398-1830
Hays (512) 393-7310
Llano (325) 247-5425
Travis (512) 854-4996
Williamson (512) 943-1630
Bring your voter registration card to the polls or any other valid identification: driver’s license, Department of Public Safety identification card, other photo ID, birth certificate, citizenship certificate, U.S. passport, official mail addressed to you by a public entity or a copy of a current utility bill, bank statement, check or other document that shows your name and address.
An election official verifies your identity and then gives you a ballot paper or, for an electronic voting machine, a number or an activator of voting card that lets you vote on the machine.
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