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Voting is a critical part of our democracy! While social distancing has affected us in many ways, we must not forget the importance of this civic duty. Keep track of important dates for upcoming elections and find ways to register to vote.
Save the dates! These are the big three election dates taking place this year.
The good news — you only need to register to vote once to vote all year, and the next, and the next (unless you move).
If you live in Dallas County, visit the
Voter Lookup page and insert your name and birthday. The system will inform you if you are registered, the address where you are registered and the location where you will vote on Election Day. When you visit this page, here's what you need to look for to determine if you are voting eligibility.
If you aren't sure, have moved or just turned 18, here are a few tips to help you register to vote.
If you are a U.S. citizen and you register to vote this year, you will be eligible to vote in all the 2020 elections.
Texas does not have a formal online voter registration format. Instead there is an "informal voter registration page" in which you can complete the application online, but you must print and mail it.
You may fill out a voter registration application online, print it and mail it to the voter registrar in your county of residence. You are not registered until you have filled out the online application, printed it, and mailed it to your local County Voter Registrar.
You can visit the following websites for assistance with printing and mailing your voter registration.
Remember to remind others to vote and share your experience with us on social media via #DCCCDVotes. Just don’t take a picture inside the polling location — that’s illegal. Happy Voting!