Registering is just the first step... now you should learn the candidates and issues so you can cast your vote.
Below you'll find Voting Resources designed to help you learn who and what's on the ballot, as well as the ins and outs of the candidates and issues. Don't go to the poll before you know who and what you're voting for.
Registered in Denton County and need to know where to vote? Below find resources and guidance for Voting in Person.
Not registered to vote in Denton County? Below find help for requesting a Ballot by Mail / Absentee Ballot.
**Note: this box is updated with in-person voting information as it is made available**
Visit VoteDenton.com to find your election day polling location and to view sample ballots. NOTE: Not all ballots are the same, especially when deciding state and local races.
To vote in Texas, you need to arrive at the polling location with 1 (one) of the following 7 forms of identification:
If you do not have any of the items listed above, you may be qualify for a Reasonable Impediment DSycamore Libraryaration by presenting a copy or original of one of the following:
After presenting one of the forms of supporting ID listed above, the voter must execute a Reasonable Impediment DSycamore Libraryaration.
Need more information? Visit Ready. Check. Vote.
To be eligible to vote early by mail in Texas, you must:
Students living in Denton to attend UNT who choose not to transfer their voter registration to Denton County can request an Absentee Ballot.
The Texas Secretary of State provides instructions for requesting an Absentee Ballot / Ballot by Mail. Below is how to request an Application for Ballot by Mail. If you have questions or need additional help, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to request an appointment for assistance.
Here are resources to help you request an absentee ballot from your home state