Get ready to vote

Up-to-date election information for House District 108.

Early Voting Starts
October 13 – October 30
Election Day November 3

Find your polling location

You can vote at any polling place in Dallas County.
Polls are open from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. Monday – Saturday.
Polls are open from 1 p.m. – 6 p.m. Sunday.

Find your closest polling location

Bring a valid photo ID

You’ll need to bring a valid photo ID in order to vote. You can also bring a completed sample ballot or other written materials, since you can’t use your phone at the polling station.

Make sure your vote is counted

If you’re in line when the polls close, stay in line: you will be allowed to vote. If you’re registered to vote and there’s a question about your eligibility, request a provisional ballot and a receipt: your local election official is required to provide them to you.

Frequently Asked Questions

I applied to vote by mail, but didn’t receive a ballot! What do I do? You can call the Dallas County Elections Department to verify whether they received your application. Their number is (469) 627-8683.

I received my ballot to vote by mail, and I want to turn it in myself. How do I do that? You can drop off your mail-in ballot in person at the Dallas County Elections Department at 1520 Round Table Dr., Dallas, TX 75247.
The building is near Harry Hines and I-35, near the Regal Row exit.

Hours to return mail-in-ballot in person to Dallas County Elections
during Early Voting Oct. 13 – 30

Monday – Saturday: 7 am to 7 pm
Sunday: 1 pm to 6 pm

Election Day on November 3

Tuesday: 7 am to 7 pm

I received my ballot to vote by mail, but now I want to vote in person. How do I do that?

You can still do that! Bring your mail-in ballot with you to the polls. You will be asked to surrender it before you vote, and then will vote as normal.

I received my ballot to vote by mail, but it was lost or destroyed. What do I do?

Don’t panic! You can still vote in person. You will be asked to sign an affidavit explaining that your ballot was lost, and you will cast a provisional ballot.

Vote as early as possible to avoid delays

Do this now: Double-check your registration

Even if you think you’re registered, check your status today to make sure your record hasn’t been purged. The deadline to register is October 5, but take a minute to do it now.

Check your registration

Do this now: Request a mail-in ballot

If you’re planning to vote by mail, request your mail-in ballot ASAP to avoid postal delays. If you wait until the Oct. 23 deadline, you’ll only have 11 days to get your ballot and send it back.

Apply to vote by mail

Do this early: Mail everything right away

Don’t wait until the postmarked or received-by deadlines to mail in your application or ballot. Mail in your ballot 2-3 weeks in advance to make sure it arrives in time to be counted.

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Find out if you live in House District 108

Our district encompasses the northern-central part of Dallas County, and neighborhoods include Downtown, Uptown, Lakewood, Highland Park, and University Park.

To find out if you live in House District 108, you can look up your district by address.

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