League of Women Voters of Texas Preparing Voters for the March 1st Primary Election
Deadlines to Vote in the March Primary Election are approaching! The League of Women Voters of Texas provides information on new voting processes.
Vote by Mail
January 1st was the first day Texans could apply to vote by mail in the 2022 elections.
Voters who are over 65 or disabled and wish to vote by mail must apply every year. Voters who will be absent from the county during early voting and Election Day must apply for each election in which they want to vote by mail. The application deadline is February 18th for the Texas Primary Election.
Voters must use the NEW Application for Ballot by Mail (ABBM) available at their County Election Office or from the Texas Secretary of State’s website votetexas.gov. Alternatively, voters may print the Vote by Mail application in English or Spanish. Applications must be received (not postmarked) at your County Election Office by the application deadline, which is February 18th for the Primary Election.
Who is eligible to vote by mail in Texas?
It is important for voters to read the application carefully and to provide their contact information on the application..
NEW! Counties may contact voters if there is an issue with their application or ballot.
NEW! Look for a new vote by mail tracking system, which will be made available by the Texas Secretary of State.
The last day to register to vote for the 2022 Texas Primaries is January 31st! Voters may check if they registered to vote with their County Voter Registrar or at votetexas.gov “Am I Registered?”.
New! There is a new voter registration application that eligible Texans may print, fill out and turn in to their County Voter Registrar to register to vote.
New! Voters who are already registered to vote in Texas may update their voter registration online if they moved within the state or changed their name. The voter will need a Texas Drivers License or Personal Identification Card, their Social Security Number and Voter Registration Card VUID (Voter Unique Identifier) number. Voters may find their VUID number on their voter registration card, by calling their County Voter Registrar or at votetexas.gov “Am I Registered?” by inputting in their name, county and date of birth.
New! Texans who apply for a Texas Drivers License may apply to register to vote at the same time. When Texans update their driver’s license online, they may update their voter registration at the same time.
Learn more and find voter education videos at lwvtexas.org.
The League of Women Voters is one of America’s oldest and most trusted civic nonprofit organizations. Formed in 1919, the Texas League represents more than 13,500 grassroots advocates and 34 local Leagues across the state. The League never supports or opposes candidates for office or political parties. The League encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in government. The League also seeks to influence public policy through education and advocacy. Membership is open to people 16 years and older.
League of Women Voters of Texas: lwvtexas.org