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Where and How to Vote

Where and How to Vote

You can find what's on your county's ballot and where you can vote using the list below. 

Voters need to have at least one form of acceptable photo ID: Texas driver's license, Texas Election Identification Certificate, Texas personal identification card, Texas concealed handgun license, U.S. military ID, U.S. citizenship certificate, U.S. passport. 

Potter: Voting Locations | Sample Ballot | MORE: Breaking down the Ballpark | Potter County makes voting more convenient

Randall: Voting Locations | Sample Ballot | MORE: Canyon considers family aquatic center

Armstrong: Voting Locations | Sample Ballot

Carson: Voting Locations | Sample Ballot

Castro: Voting Locations | Sample Ballot

Childress: Voting Locations | Sample Ballot | MORE: Childress residents to vote on $18 million school bond

Collingsworth: Voting Locations | Sample Ballot

Dallam: Voting Locations | Sample Ballot

Deaf Smith: Voting Locations | Sample Ballot

Donley: Voting Locations | Sample Ballot

Gray: Voting Locations | Sample Ballot

Hale: Voting Locations | Sample Ballot

Hansford: Voting Locations | Sample Ballot

Hartley: Voting Locations | Sample Ballot

Hemphill: Voting Locations | Sample Ballot

Hutchinson: Voting Locations | Sample Ballot

Lipscomb: Voting Locations | Sample Ballot

Moore: Voting Locations | Sample Ballot

Ochiltree: Voting Locations | Sample Ballot

Oldham: Voting Locations | Sample Ballot

Parmer: Voting Locations | Sample Ballot

Roberts: Voting Locations | Sample Ballot

Swisher: Voting Locations | Sample Ballot


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