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How To Register To Vote In Texas

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Your vote matters! Don't waste it.

Voting is a fundamental right of every eligible citizen in the United States, and it's important to make sure you are registered to vote if you live in Texas. Here is a step-by-step guide to help you register to vote in the state of Texas:

  1. Eligibility Requirements: To register to vote in Texas, you must be a U.S. citizen, a resident of Texas, and at least 18 years old on Election Day. You must also not have a felony conviction or be declared mentally incapacitated by a court of law.

  2. Obtain a Voter Registration Form: You can obtain a voter registration form online at the Texas Secretary of State's website, or in person at your county voter registrar's office, a public library, or a Department of Public Safety office.

  3. Fill Out the Form: Complete the voter registration form by providing your personal information, including your full name, date of birth, address, and driver's license or identification card number. You will also need to provide your signature on the form.

  4. Submit the Form: You can submit the completed voter registration form in person, by mail, or online. If you choose to mail it, be sure to send it to your county voter registrar's office. If you submit it online, you will need to provide a valid Texas driver's license or identification card number.

  5. Confirm Your Registration: Once you have submitted your voter registration form, you can check the status of your registration online by visiting the Texas Secretary of State's website.

  6. Voter Identification: When you go to vote in person, you will need to present a valid photo identification card such as a Texas driver's license, a passport, or a military ID.

Registering to vote in Texas is a simple and straightforward process. By following these steps, you can ensure that your voice is heard in the democratic process and that you have the opportunity to participate in elections to empower yourself. Attorney Sholdon Daniels supports the right to vote and believes voting is integral to uplifting marginalized communities.

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