Most frequent questions and answers
- You are a U.S. citizen
- You reside in Tarrant County
- You are at least 18 years of age by election day (you may apply for registration at age 17 years, 10 months)
- You are not a convicted felon (unless your sentence is completed — including any probation or parole)
- You are not declared mentally incompetent and ineligible to vote by a court of law
- Go to https://teamrv-mvp.sos.texas.gov/MVP/mvp.do.
- Select your method of lookup by using the drop-down box on the right-hand side of the page.
- VUID = Voter Unique Identifier (displayed on your voter registration card)
- TDL = Texas Driver’s License
- Enter your information and press “Submit.”
There are a few different methods for completing your registration.
- Obtain a voter registration application at the Tarrant County Election Administration Office (located here) as well as any Tarrant County subcourthouse, library, post office, city hall, high school, or public service office. Complete the application and mail it to the address below.
- Go to this website to fill out a voter registration application online and a postage-paid voter registration application will be mailed to you. After receiving the application, complete the form and mail it to the address below.
- A Volunteer Deputy Registrar (or VDR) may also register you to vote if one is present at an event you happen to attend. The VDR will turn in the application for you.
- Download the voter registration form at home/work/a library, print it out, and complete it. Mail the completed form to the address below.
ALL Voter Registration Applications should be mailed or returned in person to:
Tarrant County Elections
2700 Premier St.
Fort Worth, TX 76111-3011
If you moved within Tarrant County or have changed your name and still reside within Tarrant County, the easiest option is to complete the form at this link.
Other options are:
- Correcting your current voter registration certificate (on the back) and return it to the Voter Registrar.
- Fill out a new voter registration application form and check the “change” box.
- When you apply for or change your Texas driver’s license, change your voter information at the same time.
If you have permanently changed counties you must re-register in the new county. This will also account for any name changes. The same registration process and registration deadlines still apply. Read more about how to register here.
**If you miss the registration deadline, you may be eligible to vote using a limited ballot. This means you would vote on any measures or candidates your old and new county share in common. This is ONLY available during early voting. You may NOT vote using a limited ballot on election day. Read more about this process here.**
College students and those away from their county temporarily should follow directions for completing a ballot by mail application.