Thanks for being a voter. It shows that you care about your community and the good of this nation.
Tomorrow is the last day to vote! Tomorrow, Tuesday, is Election Day for Texas’ constitutional amendments, which means voters need to vote at the polling place that corresponds to their precinct. (Next time, don’t miss Early Vote, when you can vote at any polling place in the county where you’re registered).
Don’t know which precinct you live in? Have no fear! This little guide will have you knowledgeable of your precinct and polling place in no time.
First, you will need to know your voter precinct. You can use the easy, simply designed AACT voter lookup to find out which precinct you or your friends/family live in.
For example, I put my name, year of birth, and county into the AACT voter lookup, and found that I am in Precinct 98.
Then, head over to the Hidalgo County Elections Department website here and pull up the Election Day Schedule (a PDF document), which includes polling places.
If you live in a different county, just google your county’s election department, and look for the link to the “Election Day Schedule” or “Election Day Polling Locations.”
Use the precinct number you just found on the AACT Voter Lookup and look for the polling place that corresponds to your precinct.
I searched for 98 in the polling places list and found that I need to vote at Mission Fire Department.
It’s that easy!
Thanks again for being a voter. Happy Voting!