Updated 2020 Elections Information
2020 November General Election Information
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2020 November General & City Election Information
Check Out the League of Women Voters Guide
The League of Women Voters of Texas is encouraging all eligible voters to apply to vote by mail in the comfort and safety of your own home!
Important Election Dates
Vote by Mail application received by deadline: October 23, 2020 - APPLY NOW! DON'T WAIT!
Vote Early: October 13-30, 2020
Ballot by Mail Return Deadlines: Nov. 3 by 5 PM
Election Day: November 3, 2020
VOTING IN PERSON? FOLLOW THE CDC GUIDELINES
Take a mask, a pen, and be ready to social distance.
Don't forget - if you feel unsafe going into the polling location, you can utilize Curbside Voting at all early and Election Day polling locations.
Voting Guide For Young Voters
Following the voter registration laws in different states can be difficult to keep up with and many worry that changing state residency can affect financial aid or parent's ability to claim them on their taxes. To address these issues here is a voting guide for young voters to help them navigate the process.
The guide includes:
How to register to vote in all 50 states.
Breaking down the myths of voting in college.
An unbiased overview of the platform issues and where each party stands
Please click on this link, a voting guide for young voters, to help navigate you in the process.
The state-by-state directory explores voter eligibility criteria, residency requirements, registration deadlines, and other voting guidelines in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Our key issues guide takes a bipartisan look at the major talking points of this election, and reviews each candidate's stance. Our voting rights manual outlines the registration process for college students in all circumstances. Finally, our voting resources list includes links to campus organizations, registration portals, and other sites geared toward college voters.