Last updated on September 26, 2019
If you haven’t voted already, your last chance to vote will be on Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018! Don’t stress if you haven’t voted. We have everything you need to know about voting in the upcoming midterm election.
What Do I Need to Bring to Vote?
When you go to vote on Tuesday, Nov. 6, you will need to have one of the following forms of identification with you to vote.
- Texas driver’s license
- Texas Election ID Certificate
- U.S. passport
- Texas personal identification card issued by DPS
Don’t have any of the ID’s listed above? Check out some other forms of ID that you can use on Election Day.
Where Can I Vote on Election Day?
Dallas County has you covered when it comes to convenient voting locations. On Tuesday, Nov. 6, from 7 a.m.-7 p.m., you can vote in person. You will need to vote in your precinct polling location. Your precinct location is usually close to the address that you listed when you registered to vote. Don’t know where your precinct location is? No worries! You can search for your voting location by simply entering your address and zip code.
If you are registered to vote in Dallas County and you can’t find your information on the Dallas County site, or you never received your voter registration card, call the Dallas County Elections Voter Registration office at 214-819-6389.
What’s My Next Step?
Once you have your acceptable form of ID and find where you need to go vote, you are ready to vote! If you’re a first-time voter or have voted many times this may sound overwhelming. To help, we have a sample ballot for you to review, so that you can become familiar with who is running for election.
Having Trouble Voting?
If you notice something that you think should be reported while voting, please contact Texas Civil Rights Project at 866-687-8683 and for Spanish please contact 888-839-8682.
If you have other questions, you can visit Dallas County Votes or call the Dallas County Elections Department at 214-819-6300.