Skip to main content

Election Day is Nov. 8. Here are your rights at the polls.

Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 8. Early voting ran from Monday, Oct. 24, to Friday, Nov. 4. The last day to apply to vote by mail was Friday, Oct. 28.

A voter casts her ballot at the Metropolitan Multi-Services Center during Election Day in Houston on Nov. 3, 2020.

Where do I go to vote?

Voting FAQ: 2024 Elections

  • What other elections should I know about?

  • Are there rules at the polls?

  • What are my rights as a voter?

  • What if I was planning to vote in person, but I have been diagnosed with COVID-19 or get sick?

  • What can I do if I have trouble voting?

Supported by 

What are the rules at the polls?

What you can expect from our elections coverage

  • How we explain voting

  • How readers inform our work

  • How we hold officials accountable

  • How we choose what races to cover

  • How we cover misinformation

What do I need to vote?

What rights do I have as a voter?

How can I get accessibility or language accommodations?

What are poll watchers, and what can they do?

What can I do if I run into issues at the polls?

How else can people help others vote?

Texans need truth. Help us report it.

Yes, I'll donate today

Explore related story topics

Politics State government