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Protect your vote by planning ahead

  • Well before the registration deadline, use the  registration check of the Texas Secretary of State Elections Division to make sure you are registered in the county where you reside.
  • Update your name or address if they have changed since you registered:
    • online, or
    • by mailing a completed voter registration application (English version or Spanish version) to your current county elections department, checking the "change of address, name, or other information" box.
  • Add an Election Protection Coalition Hotline telephone number (see below) to your cell phone so that you can step out and call for expert advice if you run into problems at the polls.
  • Take advantage of Early Voting for shorter lines and so that there is time to resolve any registration or ID issues.
  • Along with your required voter ID, it is a good idea to bring your voter registration card with you to the polls so that if your name is not on the Official List of Registered Voters, you have proof that you are registered.

    Sample Voter Registration Card

Nonpartisan Election Protection Hotlines

The Texas Election Protection coalition has attorney-staffed hotlines you can call to help you with questions during Early Voting and on Election Day.

  • 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683) – English language hotline
  • 888-VE-Y-VOTA (888-839-8682) – Spanish language hotline
  • 888-API-VOTE (888-274-8683) – Asian language hotline
    • Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean, Bengali, Hindi, Urdu, Tagalog
  • 844-YALLA-US (844-925-5287) – Arabic language hotline
  • 301-818-VOTE (301-818-8683) – ASL video call number
  • 888-796-VOTE (888-796-8683) – Disability Rights Texas

You can volunteer with Texas Election Protection as a hotline volunteer or nonpartisan poll monitor to help protect the votes of your fellow Texans. 

Know your rights as a voter at the polls

Did you know you have the right to vote when the polls close as long as you are already in line?  Did you know you have the right to bring your children to the polls with you?   

Read the Texas Voters' Bill of Rights now, or print a copy to have on hand when you go to the polls.

Texas Voters' Bill of Rights (pdf)

Declaración de Derechos Electorales en el Estado de Texas (pdf)

League of Women Voters of the San Antonio Area

PO Box 12811

San Antonio, TX 78212
(210) 657-2206