Nov. 8 looms in the distance, and the deadline to register to vote in the Presidential Election will sneak up on you if you’re not careful.
Oct. 11 is the last day to register in Texas, and here are a few ways to make sure you are all set to cast your vote.
- Find out if you’re already registered. Visit the Texas Secretary of State’s Am I Registered page to find out if you’re ready to roll and what county you’re registered in.
- If the county you’re registered in is not Taylor County, don’t worry. You can either re-register under your Abilene address or request an application for ballot by mail from your home county.
- If you’re not registered, fill out the voter registration form and mail it the county registrar’s office or register online at National Voter Registration Day’s website.
Got more questions about Election Day? The Texas Secretary of State has answers.
This will be the first time for many students to vote in a Presidential Election, so make sure you are squared away before it’s too late.