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VOTING INFORMATION FOR THE NOV. 8 ELECTIONS
in Harris County, Texas
Voting in Harris County, Texas ended at 7pm.
Where do I vote on Election Day, Nov. 8, in Harris County, TX?
It is now too late to vote.
On Tuesday, Nov. 8, you can vote only at a specific location, based on the address at which you are registered. Click here to use your address to find where you vote.
When and where can I vote early in person in Harris County, TX?
EARLY VOTING IN PERSON HAS ENDED. If you have not yet voted, you can vote in person on Tuesday, Nov. 8 only. Click here to use your address to find where you can vote on Nov. 8.
How do I vote early by mail in Harris County, TX?
EARLY VOTING BY MAIL is happening now. Click here for information and deadlines.
If you live in Texas and you are not sure if you are properly registered, you can check your voter registration here. For photo ID requirements for this election, please click here.
It's too late to request a ballot to vote by mail.
Voting Early By Mail in Harris County, TX:
If you've already requested your mail ballot, or already have it, you must mark it and return it so that the county receives it by 7:00 pm on Election Day, November 8, or else it will not be counted.
If you apply to vote by mail, and then decide to vote in person instead, you must cancel your request in writing or bring your unmarked ballot with you to the polls for cancellation.
There are special instructions for voters who are serving in the armed forces or who are living outside the United States. For more information, please click here.
To find your voting location,
enter the 5-digit zip code for the home address where you are registered to vote. Then click "Continue".
Voting on Election Day, Nov. 8, in Harris County, TX:
You must use a zip code for an actual street address. Zip codes for post office boxes will not be accepted.
THE NOV. 8 ELECTION POLLS HAVE CLOSED.
This information provided as a public service for Harris County residents
by former State Representative Scott Hochberg.
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