If you moved from one place to another in the same county, you’ll need to notify the Voter Registrar in your county in writing of your new address.(In most Texas counties, the Tax Assessor-Collector is also the Voter Registrar.In some counties, the County Clerk or Elections Administrator registers voters.) There are several ways to do this: If you moved to another county, YOU MUST RE-REGISTER!
In some counties, the County Clerk or Elections Administrator registers voters.) You will receive a new voter registration certificate 30 days after your application is submitted and accepted.
If you are late to register in your new county, you may be able to vote a “limited” ballot on candidates or issues common between your old and new counties.
In Texas, voter registration applications are available online or at your local Department of Public Safety offices, post offices, libraries, and many other places.
You may also request a postage-paid application online.
: Voter information and application forms are also available in Spanish.
Normally, voter applications take 30 days to process once they have been received and approved.The 30 days starts on the date the application was postmarked or, if hand-carried, the date of the application's arrival at your local voter registrar's office.You may register to vote any time after you have reached the age of 17 years and 10 months so that your registration can be processed in time for an election falling on or after you turn 18 years old.Other voter eligibility requirements include: Applications to vote must be either received or postmarked no later than 30 days prior to the election to be able to vote in that election.If you are deployed as an active-duty military member or dependent, or are currently overseas for another reason, you can register to vote by completing a Voter Registration and Absentee Ballot Request Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) (Form 76).Submit your completed FPCA to your county voter registration official.