Preparing to Vote in Tarrant County, Texas
- Register to vote
- Update your name and address online via the Texas Secretary of State
- Find your name and your polling place in the Texas Secretary of State’s Voter Portal
- Verify you are registered to vote in Tarrant County
- Request to vote by mail. Tarrant County registered voters are eligible to request and receive a ballot by mail if certain conditions apply
Election Day & Early Voting
Early Voting will be available for 10 or so days before Election Day. Polls are open most of the day on weekdays, and mid-day on weekends. You can usually can visit any convenient polling place in the county. Watch this space for updates.
Click to read the County’s information about Elections.
“How do I find out who is running?” The Texas Secretary of State will publish a list here.
“Who will be on my ballot?” Closer to Election Day, you can look at your Sample Ballot by entering your address on the Tarrant County Voter Lookup.
“How do I know who to vote for?” is a great question. The obvious is to find out as much as you can about the candidates. Look at their official web sites and social media. Listen to interviews. Read endorsements. Attend forums and ask questions.
“Who does what?” is another great question Here are some guides: