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Voting in Tarrant County

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Voting in any type of election is an important way to voice your opinions regarding elected leaders and overall policies. Registering to vote is easy. Information on elections, polling places, and more is available on the Tarrant County Elections website.

1. Voter Registration:

If you want to make sure that you're registered in Dallas County and that your registration hasn't expired, the Tarrant County Elections website has a voter form that accesses a database of voters in the county. Type your last name followed by your first name and click "Send Request." If you are registered, at the bottom of the page it will show your name, address and your Voter Unique ID Number (VUID Num). If you click your VUID number, it will show your name, address, school district, precinct number, election date, election name and address of the polling place plus a sample ballot.

2. Election Results:

The Cumulative Elections Results are posted starting at about 7 p.m. on election. Early voting results are posted first (including early voting ballots cast in person and by mail). This report will then be updated approximately every 30-45 minutes beginning about 8:30 p.m. as election day polling places deliver their results to the counting stations. Be sure to refresh your browser to view results as they become available.

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