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Save Time and Vote Early

Last updated on November 5, 2019

Now that you have registered to vote, it’s time to put that voter registration to the test and vote early. Before you head out to vote, there are a few things you should know. We have everything you need to know about voting early in the upcoming Constitutional Amendment Election on Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2019.

What Is Early Voting?

We know that life can get busy and can make it difficult to get to the polls to vote but that doesn’t mean you should skip voting. The Dallas County Elections Department is bringing voting to a school, library, city hall or recreation center near you. Polling locations may vary from election to election and will be posted before each election.

What Do I Need to Bring to Vote?

When you go to vote on Tuesday, Nov. 5, you will need to have one of the following forms of identification with you before you cast your ballot.

  • Texas driver’s license
  • Texas Election ID Certificate
  • U.S. passport
  • Texas personal identification card issued by DPS

Don’t have any of the IDs listed above? Check out some other forms of identification that you can use on Election Day.

Where Can I Vote Early?

Dallas County has you covered when it comes to convenient voting locations. Don’t know where you can vote early? No worries! You can search for a voting location by clicking on a city located on the left hand side.

If you are registered to vote in Dallas County and 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.

Early Voting Dates and Times

  • Monday, Oct. 21, through Friday, Oct.25, from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • Saturday, Oct.26, from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • Sunday, Oct. 27, from1p.m.-6 p.m.
  • Monday, Oct. 28, through Wednesday, Oct. 30, from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • Thursday, Oct. 31, through Friday, Nov.1, from 7 a.m. -7 p.m.

What Will I Be Voting On?

It’s always a good idea to do a little research for each item that you’re voting on and understand what you’re voting for. Take some time to research and read about the following propositions. You will be voting on the following propositions:

  • Prop #1 Municipal Judges
  • Prop #2 Water Projects
  • Prop #3 Tax Relief for Disaster Areas
  • Prop #4 Personal Income Tax
  • Prop #5 Sporting Goods Taxes to Support State Parks
  • Prop #6 Cancer Prevention Research
  • Prop #7 Funding Public Education
  • Prop #8 Flood Control
  • Prop #9 Tax Exemption of Precious Metals
  • Prop #10 Law Enforcement Animals

Other Questions

If you have other questions, you can visit Dallas County Votes or call the Dallas County Elections Department at 214-819-6300. For more information, head on over to DCCCD Votes.

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