2020 Texas Voting Information
Last Day to Register to Vote
First Day of Early Voting by Personal Appearance (through October 30th)
Last Day to Apply For Ballot by Mail
Not sure if you’re registered to vote?
Check your voter registration status HERE
If you have not registered to vote you can do so online HERE
**Upon filling out you must print it, sign it, and mail it to the voter registrar in your county of residence
You can also get an in person application at:
2010 Redbud Blvd., Suite 102 McKinney 75069
(972) 547-1990 Phone
1520 Round Table Drive Dallas 75247
(469) 627-8683 Phone
Denton County Elections Administration
701 Kimberly Drive, Suite A101
Denton, TX 76208
Early Voting Locations:
Election Day Voting Centers:
Frequently Asked Questions:
Racism and oppression can be dismantled by two distinct ways.
1) Changing the condition of hearts to judge a person based on their character and not the color of their skin.
2) Changing laws that are designed to keep people oppressed in a system of injustice and with lack of opportunity.
While we are committed to attacking both, we are firmly committed to making sure that our voices are heard at the voting booths. Below you will find information that will not only help you make sure you are registered to vote and where to exercise your right to, you will also find a list of local, state and national candidates and ways to contact them.
While we realize there are a myriad of issues that are important to our nation, right now we are primarily focused on the rights and privileges of minorities and police reform in black and brown communities.
We encourage you to ask each candidate to list out for you, “What is your platform for black and brown people in the United States?” and “What is your platform for police reform in the United States?”
|US Congress D3||Chris Claytor||https://ballotpedia.org/Christopher_Claytor|
|US Senator||Dave Collins||https://joecollinsforcongress.com/|
|Texas Supreme Court Justice||Charles Waterbury||https://ballotpedia.org/Charles_Waterbury|