Early voting for the Tuesday, November 4th General Election begins on Monday, October 20th and ends on Friday, October 31st.
In person early voting is available to any registered voter in Texas beginning on the 17th day (12th day before a May election) before an election - unless it's a weekend then early voting starts on Monday, and ending on the fourth day before Election Day. No excuse is needed to vote early in person. Early voting in person is conducted in the building that houses the office of the County Clerk or City Secretary, or in a place designated by the County Commissioners or City Council.
- Early voting is conducted on weekdays during business hours for eight hours, or for three hours if the territory covered by the election has less than 1,000 people.
- Counties with a population over 100,000 people must conduct early voting for 12 hours on weekdays of the last week of early voting.
- If your county has less than 100,000 people, it must have extended hours if requested by 15 registered voters.
- Counties with a population over 100,000 people must conduct early voting for 12 hours on the last Saturday of early voting, and for five hours on the last Sunday.
- If your county has less than 100,000 people, the authority conducting the election may order early voting on one or more Saturdays or Sundays, and determine the hours. They must offer this if it is requested by 15 registered voters.