Current Election Information

 

Link to Information about the May 4, 2024, Joint General and Special Elections.

 

 

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Early Voting Location Information

 

Election Day Location Information

Tarrant County registered voters on Election Day can vote at any Vote Center location from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.  Vote Center locations are chosen by the entity holding the election (city, ISD, or county) and therefore are not always the same.  Other circumstances such as building or road construction, and scheduling conflicts on privately owned locations can also affect whether or not a location is used.  Use one of the links below to find an Election Day Vote Center Location.

 

Limited Ballot

Texas Election Code authorizes a limited ballot for a person moving from one Texas County to another.  The voter is entitled to vote only on each office or measure to be voted in a territorial unit (state or district) of which the person was a resident both before changing their county of residence and after.   This voter can either vote in person during the Early Voting period for the election at the main early voting location at 2700 Premier St., Fort Worth TX 76111 or can submit a  request vote by mail ((* in English), ( * in Spanish), ( * in Vietnamese))  to the Early Voting Clerk along with their Limited Ballot Application ( in English / Spanish / Vietnamese).   SOS Advisory No. 2024-04: Limited Ballot Voters

* Newer versions of web browsers will require the use "Adobe Reader" to properly use this form (application form) above.   Free download of   Adobe Reader.

For more information regarding the Limited Ballot, please contact our office, see contact information provided below. 

 

Voters with Special Circumstances

Special conditions are available for persons who become hospitalized or suffer a death in the family after the close of the regular application deadline. Specific guidelines must be met to be eligible. Please contact our Early Voting Division at 817-831-8683 for more information.   Application for Emergency Ballot.   SOS Advisory No. 2024-03: Emergency Ballot Procedures  

 

Election Reports

 

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Entities Website Election Order Election Notice Candidates / Contests Canceled Election?
Democratic Party Resolution Ordering Election  

Ballot Language From the SOS Website

 
Republican Party    

Ballot Language From the SOS Website

 

   

Texas Election Code Section 87.121 - EARLY VOTING ROSTERS: 

(a)  The early voting clerk shall maintain for each election a roster listing each person who votes an early voting ballot by personal appearance and a roster listing each person to whom an early voting ballot to be voted by mail is sent.


(b)  For each person listed, the applicable roster must include: (1)  the person's name, address, and voter registration number; (2)  an identification of the person's county election precinct of registration; and (3)  the date of voting or the date the ballot was mailed to the person, as applicable.


(c)  Each roster shall be updated daily.

                                    
(d)  Each roster may be maintained in any form approved by the Secretary of State.

 

(e)  The clerk shall preserve each roster after the election for the period for preserving the precinct election records.


(f)  Information on the roster for a person to whom an early voting mail ballot has been sent is not available for public inspection, except to the voter seeking to verify that the information pertaining to the voter is accurate, until the first business day after election day.


(g)  Information on the roster for a person who votes an early voting ballot by personal appearance shall be made available for public inspection not later than the beginning of regular business hours on the day after the date the information is entered on the roster under Subsection (c).


(h)  Information on the roster for a person who votes an early voting ballot by mail shall be made available for public inspection not later than the day following the day the early voting clerk receives a ballot voted by mail.

 

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT THE EARLY VOTING ROSTERS, PLEASE CALL 817-831-6161.

 

Presidential Ballot

Texas Election Code authorizes a Presidential Ballot which allows a voter for vote for president and vice-president under certain circumstances.  This voter can either vote during the Election’s Early Voting Period in person at the main early voting location or can submit a request to vote by mail ((* in English), ( * in Spanish), ( * in Vietnamese))  to the Early Voting Clerk along with their Presidential Ballot Application  ((in English / Spanish / Vietnamese).

* Newer versions of web browsers will require the use "Adobe Reader" to properly use this form (application form) above.   Free download of  Adobe Reader.

 

For more information regarding the Presidential Ballot and to check eligibility, please contact our office, see contact information provided below. 

   

Tarrant County Elections Administration

2700 Premier St.

Fort Worth, TX 76111

Email: ElectionsInfo@tarrantcountytx.gov

Phone: 817-831-8683

TDD: 817-759-7801

Hours of Business: Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.