Decision 2018: Election Day Information

Tuesday is Election Day across Texas. Here's the information you need to cast your ballot before the polls close.

Due to an appeals court decision in 2017 that Texas' voter ID law discriminated against minorities and the poor, the state was forced to change the law ahead of the November 2017 election. Instead of requiring voters to show one of seven forms of suitable ID -- a list that included concealed handgun permits, but not college IDs -- the state will now let those without such an ID to sign a Reasonable Impediment Declaration allowing them to cast a regular full ballot. Supporting forms of identification will also be accepted if the voter does not have another form of ID or if they are unable to obtain one.

Dallas County

Tarrant County

Collin County

Denton County

Johnson County

Ellis County

Kaufman County

Rockwall County

Hunt County

Parker County

Other North Texas Counties

Anderson County Elections
Cooke County Elections
Bosque County Elections
Comanche County Elections (No known web page)
Delta County Elections
Erath County Elections
Fannin County Elections
Freestone County Elections
Hamilton County Elections
Henderson County Elections
Hill County Elections
Hopkins County Elections
Jack County Elections
Lamar County Elections
Montague County Elections
Navarro County Elections
Palo Pinto County Elections
Rains County Elections
Van Zandt County Elections
Wise County Elections

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