One more day.
If you want to vote Nov. 8 but have yet to register to vote, you have until the end of business Tuesday to make sure you can cast a ballot.
So far, a record number of Texans — more than 14.9 million, which includes more than 1 million voters in Tarrant County alone — are registered to vote, state and local election records show.
And a flurry of new registrations may be filed by the end of the day Tuesday.
In this election, Texans will weigh in on everything from the race for the White House to congressional, legislative and county races. And some will vote in local elections to settle issues including whether the Texas Rangers get a new ballpark and whether alcohol may be sold in some cities.
Texas Secretary of State Carlos Cascos has traveled around the state, working to get out the word about the deadline to register to vote — and the need for Texans to vote.
The main Tarrant County Elections Office, at 2700 Premier St., will be open from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday for any procrastinators.
To register to vote in Texas, a person must be a U.S. citizen and at least 18 by Election Day, can’t be a convicted felon (unless the sentence has been completed, including parole or probation) and can’t have been declared mentally incapacitated by a court.
Voter registration applications are available online, at the Tarrant County Elections Administration and at subcourthouses, city halls, libraries and post offices. They must be postmarked or dropped off at the election office by the end of business Tuesday.
Early voting runs Oct. 24-Nov. 4.
Are you registered?
To find out if you are registered to vote, go to VoteTexas.gov or call the Tarrant County Elections Office at 817-831-8683.
To ask for a ballot by mail, call the Tarrant County Elections office at 817-831-8683. The deadline to request a ballot by mail is Oct. 28.
Source: Texas Secretary of State, Tarrant County Elections Office