The last day to register to vote is February 3rd in the Super Tuesday primary election.
Is there a way to confirm whether I’m registered to vote?
The Texas secretary of state’s website will tell you whether you’re registered if you log in using one of these three ways:
- Providing your Texas driver’s license number and date of birth
- Providing your first and last names and what county you reside in
- Providing your date of birth and Voter Unique Identifier, which appears on your voter registration certificate
How can I register to vote?
You’ll need to fill out a voter registration application at least 30 days before the election. You can request the application through the mail or find one at county voter registrar’s offices, post offices, government offices or high schools. While you can’t register to vote online in Texas, you can print out the application online and mail it to the voter registrar in your county. Hopkins County’s office is located at 128 Jefferson, Suite D in Sulphur Springs. Applications must be postmarked by the Feb. 3 deadline. Download your application here.