Are you going to be out of the county where you are registered to vote during Early Voting and Election Day? Are you going to be at least 65 years young by November 4th? Are you a college student who is busy at school and would rather watch football than drive home to cast your vote where you are registered? If the answer to any of these questions is “Yes”, then it’s time to request a ballot by mail to vote for George P. Bush.
You may Vote Early by Mail if you are:
- going to be away from your county where you are registered on Election Day and during Early Voting;
- sick or disabled;
- 65 years of age or older on Election Day; or
- confined in jail, but eligible to vote.
NOTE: If you do not meet one of the requirements listed above, you must vote in person during the Early Voting period or on Election Day.
You can download an application for a ballot by mail from the Secretary of State’s website. You will need to print the application, fill in the information, sign and date it. You will then need to put it in an envelope, add postage, and mail to the Early Voting Clerk in the county where you are registered.
- Download an Application for a Ballot by Mail
- Listing of Early Voting Clerks by County
- Helpful Hints on Voting Early by Mail
Friday, October 24th is the last day to apply for a ballot by mail and Tuesday, November 4th is the last day for your Early Voting Clerk to receive a ballot by mail for the November 4th General Election. So if you plan to vote by mail, you need to request your ballot immediately. Once you receive the actual ballot, cast your vote for George P. Bush—or even better, VOTE STRAIGHT TICKET REPUBLICAN—and mail it back right away so the county receives it before the polls close on Election Day.
Of course if there is any way you can do it, voting early in person is the best way to cast your vote in this election. Early Voting by personal appearance begins Monday, October 20th and runs through Friday, October 31st, with Election Day being on Tuesday, November 4th.
Important Election Dates:
Last day to register to vote for the November 4th General Election.
Early Voting by personal appearance begins.
Last day to apply for a ballot by mail (received, not postmarked).
Last day of Early Voting by personal appearance.
ELECTION DAY – Early Voting by Mail ballots MUST be received by the Early Voting Clerk or if you’re voting in person, Election Day polls are open from 7AM-7PM in your home precinct.
Share Your Support:
If you request an Early Voting Ballot by Mail and are voting for George P., post it on our GeorgePforTexas Facebook page, let @GeorgePBush know on Twitter or share a pic of your vote for George P. mail ballot on TeamGeorgeP’s Instagram page. This is where our supporters from all ends of the spectrum can come together to show their support for George P. and the new Texas Republican Team that offers new leadership for all Texans.