Where do I go to vote?

What are the rules at the polls?

What do I need to vote?

What rights do I have as a voter?

How can I get accessibility or language accommodations?

What are poll watchers, and what can they do?
Poll watchers are registered voters allowed into polling places and central vote-counting stations to observe election activity and report seen or suspected irregularities.

They are appointed by a candidate, party or a political action committee in support or opposing a ballot measure but cannot be a candidate, elected official, or an employee or relative of an election officer overseeing the same polling place. They must take an online course from the secretary of state outlining their rights and limitations and wear a name tag indicating they are a poll watcher while at a polling location.

What can I do if I run into issues at the polls?

How else can people help others vote?

:  This article was written by MARÍA MÉNDEZof The Texas Tribune.  The Texas Tribune is a nonpartisan, nonprofit media organization that informs Texans — and engages with them – about public policy, politics, government and statewide issues.  This article originally appeared at: https://www.texastribune.org/2022/10/24/texas-early-voting-polls-rules/