Voting By Mail

Curbside Voting
Voting by Mail
In Texas, voters who are 65 years of age or older or are disabled may submit an annual ballot by mail application to the early voting clerk starting on the first day of a calendar year. Temporarily disabled voters may submit a ballot by mail application for a specific election at any time in the year of the election for which a ballot is requested, but not later than the close of regular business in the early voting clerk's office or 12 noon, whichever is later, on the 11th day before election day unless that day is a Saturday, Sunday, or legal state or national holiday, in which case the last day is the first preceding regular business day. Eligible applicants will receive a ballot in the mail and must return it to the early voting clerk. The voted ballot must be delivered to the County Clerk’s Office via mail, or common or contract courier by 7:00 p.m. on Election Day.

Curbside Voting
Voters who are physically unable to enter the polling location without assistance or likelihood of injury to the voter’s health may ask the presiding precinct election official to allow them to vote outside the polling location. You may bring a friend who can enter the polling location for you to let the staff know that you will be waiting in your car. The attendant will note your place in line and take an electronic