November 2022 Election Information
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- October 11 – Last Day to Register to Vote
- October 24 – Early Voting Begins
- October 28 – Last day to submit an Application For Ballot By Mail
- November 4 – Early Voting Ends
- November 8 – Election Day
The calendar below identifies voting locations and times you can vote in Fort Bend County.
For all you need to know about registering and voting click here for your cell phone or scroll past the calendar for instruction on your desktop or laptop.
Early Voting Locations
Early Voting & Election Day Locations
2022 Election Information & Additional Details
- To vote in an election in Texas, a citizen must first be registered using your current address.
- Check Your Registration Status
- If you cannot find your name or your registration status is Suspended (S), you must submit a new Voter Registration Form.
- VoteTexas.gov » How to register or update your registration information
- Fill it out and mail to the Voter Registrar so that it arrives on or before October 11 for the 2022 General Election.
Voting in Person
- Polls will be open from October 24 through November 4 for early voting and on Election Day November 8 (see calendar above).
- Identification (ID) is required to vote in Texas elections. A list of valid ID’s can be found at VoteTexas.gov » Required Identification for Voting in Person.
- For those who require assistance to vote in person, curbside voting VoteTexas.gov » Curbside Voting is available as are other forms of assistance VoteTexas.gov » Assistance at the Polls and VoteTexas.gov » Services Available to Voters with Disabilities in Texas.
- There are certain limitations to behaviors and things you can use at or around the polling location. Most noteworthy is the prohibiting of cell phone usage within the polling place. See the link VoteTexas.gov » What’s allowed at the polling place? for more information.
Voting Systems and Security
- Use the link, VoteTexas.gov » Voting Systems to understand more about the voting systems used in Texas elections and how their security is maintained.
Voting by Mail
- Not everyone can vote by mail. The most common eligibility is for those 65 and older on Election Day but others are also eligible. See VoteTexas.gov » Eligibility Requirements.
Voting by mail is a three step process.
- Apply for a Ballot by Mail.
Application For a Ballot by Mail (state.tx.us).
- Fill it out and submit it so that it is received (not postmarked) by October 28.
- The application and submission instructions can be found at VoteTexas.gov » Voting by Mail.
- To avoid any ID issues, include two ID numbers to ensure you are properly identified from the voter rolls. You may track your mail in ballot request at BallotTracker (texas.gov).
- Once you receive your mail-in ballot, carefully review each choice in each race or proposition to be voted on, and mark your choices in accordance with the instructions on the ballot envelope.
- Once you’ve completed your ballot, make sure you fill out the information on the carrier envelope VoteTexas.gov » Completing and Mailing your Carrier Envelope.
- Ensure your ballot is received on or before 5:00 pm on November 9, 2022 (day after Election Day) and postmarked on or before Election Day. You can track the progress of your ballot at BallotTracker (texas.gov).
- Information on the Republican candidates in the 2022 general election can be found here 2022 Republican Candidates – Fort Bend County Republican Party (fbcgop.org).