Skip to main content
Texas 2022 Elections

“I’m in no rush”: Voter apathy takes hold of early voting ahead of Texas midterm election

Republicans may be waiting to vote on Election Day after former President Donald Trump pushed voting in person on Nov. 8 at a rally in South Texas.

Students and faculty walk past the Peter T. Flawn Academic Center at The University of Texas while early voting takes place Oct. 25.

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 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

“I’m in no rush”

Are Republicans waiting for Election Day?

Texans need truth. Help us report it.

Yes, I'll donate today

Explore related story topics

Politics 2022 elections Beto O'Rourke Dan Patrick Greg Abbott Voter ID