FAQ’S

Best Practices

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Pledge to Vote Early. By signing up, we will send you reminders and important election updates. We will not solicit you for money and will not sell your information. Our goal is to get you to vote early, that is how we win and KEEP TEXAS RED

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Unable to vote in person? Request your mail ballot. Even if you request a mail ballot, you can still vote in-person by bringing your mail ballot with you to a polling location or your county elections department and surrendering it.

  • You can track your mail ballot
  • NOTE: Tracking is not instantaneous, it may take several days for information from your county elections office to appear on the Texas Secretary of State database
  • NOTE: A voter can still cast a provisional ballot if they are unable to surrender their mail-in ballot at a polling location or their county elections department. There is a special process outlined in the Texas Election Code.
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What should I do if I received a mail ballot application and did not request one? Save the mail ballot application and report the incident to the Republican Party of Texas by doing any of the following:

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Questions? Reach out (link to contact us) – we want you to vote! You can call your county elections office, the Office of the Texas Secretary of State, your local county Republican Party or feel free to contact our election integrity team if you have any questions

Common Questions

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Questions about voting?

First, we want you to vote and we want to protect your vote, so if you have a question about voting, please contact us

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Do I have to apply for a mail ballot application?

Yes, Texas law requires individuals to request their mail ballot annually. For more details, please click here

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Should I still check my county elections office website?

  • The most up to date information regarding your registration, status of your mail ballot application will be on your county elections website. Please note, in processing information and uploading it to the statewide database, there is often a several day delay between your county elections office and the Secretary of State’s office
  • If you are unable to get a satisfactory answer from your local elections office, please contact us and we can reach out to ensure your vote is being protected.

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My county elections office says they haven’t received my application yet.

There may be a delay in processing a request. Please give it several business days and check again. If they don’t have it, please contact us. We will reach out to the registrar to ensure they receive the request.

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How are you planning to use my data if I pledge to vote early?

By signing up, we will send you reminders and important election updates. We will not solicit you for money and will not sell your information. Our goal is to get you to vote early, that is how we win and KEEP TEXAS RED

Questions or issues? Call the Election hotline at (512) 553-1080 or e-mail election@texasgop.org

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