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Oct 13 - Nov 3 Election Information

Can I Vote By Mail (VBM)?

You are eligible to vote by mail if you:

  • will be away from your county on Election Day and during the hours that early voting is conducted;
  • are sick or disabled;
  • are 65 years of age or older on Election Day; or
  • are confined in jail.

With all of the confusion and misinformation about Voting by Mail, we have a whole page dedicated to this topic. Contact us if you have additional questions!

Who's on my ballot?

This can be a little complicated because every precinct (there are over 700 in Tarrant!) can have a different ballot. Use the Tarrant County Voter Lookup Tool to download the sample ballot when they become available (in September).  

Additionally, you can check out Ballotpedia to get a general idea. 

View all the Democratic candidates and links to their websites here

These candidates will appear on all of Tarrant County’s ballots. Click here to download a list of everyone in your precinct with pictures. You are not allowed to reference your phone when voting, however, you can have notes so long as you keep them private at the voting booth. So feel free to print this out and take it with you! 

What else is on the ballot?

Some of Tarrant County residents will also have city elections at the bottom of their ballots. For you, pulling a sample ballot when those are released is crucial to your prep work! The cities/municipalities affected in this fall’s election are: Arlington, Bedford Special Election, Benbrook, Burleson, Colleyville, Euless, Flower Mound, Grand Prarie, Haltom City, Haslet, Hurst, Keller, Kennedale, Mansfield, Newark, North Richland Hills, Pelican Bay, Richland Hills, River Oaks, Southlake, Trophy Club, White Settlement. Check back for more information.

Where do I vote?

Good news! You can now vote at any Voting Center in Tarrant County. You do NOT have to go to your precinct’s assigned voting center anymore. 

Can I verify my registration?

We recommend using registertexas.com to check your voter registration status, and you can opt in or out of reminder emails.

Alternatively, to use the Secretary of State’s tool, go to https://teamrv-mvp.sos.texas.gov/MVP/mvp.doSelect 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.”

SOS voter registration tool screenshot

What if I encounter problems when registering or voting?

Call the Voter Protection Hotline if you have any issues or see irregularities that prevent you from registering or casting your vote.


Learn more about the steps being take for Voter Protections in Texas here. ​

I want to do more. Where am I needed?

Volunteers for phone banking is the greatest need. If this doesn’t sound like something you’d like or can do, trust us, you can! Sign up to volunteer and we’ll try to put you where you’ll best fit. 

Election workers and election judges are critical. Can you work the polls? 

We need poll watchers! Click here to learn more and sign up. 

Registration deadline: October 5
Polls open: October 13
Cast your ballot by: November 3

View all important 2020 election dates here


3130 Plumwood St,
Fort Worth, TX 76111


9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Monday – Thursday
Or By Appointment

Contact the Voter Protection Hotline to report any irregularities or obstacles to voting at 844-TX-VOTES.