Election Day, Tuesday March 1st, 2022
On Tuesday, March 1, 2022, Texas will hold statewide, partisan primary elections. Every registered voter in the state is eligible to vote, but must select a party’s election to vote in. You can do this at the polling place — there is no pre-registration with a party needed.
If you’re planning to vote by mail, you know must include either a Texas Driver’s License number, Texas State ID number, the last four digits of their Social Security Number, or Election ID Certificate number, with your application and when returning your ballot
Texans are now able to return your vote by mail application or ballot by hand-delivering it. Voters can hand-deliver their mail-in ballot application in-person at their Early Voting Clerk’s office through the day of the deadline. Texans can hand-deliver their ballot on Election Day to the early voting clerk’s office.
If you’re assisting a voter with disabilities and are not their caregiver, you will be required to fill out a document with your name, address and relationship to the person you’re helping cast a ballot and take an oath promising only to help with reading the ballot to the voter, directing the voter to read the ballot, marking the voter’s ballot, or directing the voter to mark the ballot.
Double check your voter registration to ensure all information — especially your address — is correct here.
If you’d like to confirm or think you were told you’re not eligible for other reasons, please contact 844-TX-VOTES for additional help.