Election Day is Tuesday, November 3, 2020. Texas voters can also vote before Election Day. The early voting period runs from Tuesday, October 13, 2020, to Friday, October 30, 2020, but dates and hours may vary based on where you live (see links below for your county’s election information).
You will be asked to show photo ID to vote in Texas. Acceptable forms include: Texas driver’s license issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS); Texas election ID certificate; Texas personal ID card; Texas handgun license; US military ID with photo; US citizenship certificate with photograph (doesn’t need to be current); or a US passport. Forms must be current or expired less than four years. For voters aged 70 or older, the acceptable form of photo identification may be expired for any length of time if the identification is otherwise valid.
As a general rule of thumb for the GENERAL ELECTION in November (not the Primary Election in March), True Texas Project suggests voting for all Republicans on the ballot. The time to find the best Republican is in the March Primary Election. By the time we have the November General Election, pretty much any Republican is more aligned with our beliefs than any Democrat (there are exceptions).
**Please remember to vote all the way down the ballot and don’t skip the lesser known races.**
**Every vote you skip is a vote for the Democrats.**
Additionally, some cities will have local races on their ballot. Here are some recommendations:
Grapevine/Colleyville ISD: Tommy Snyder, Cacy Tischer, Casey Ford
Southlake City Council: Kathy Talley, Randy Williamson (though his opponent would be fine too; Randy just has more experience)
NOTE: Every county is looking for paid election clerks (no experience necessary, training provided) to keep the polls honest. Contact your county GOP office to sign up.