NEED HELP VOTING?
Visit Register2Vote in order to:
- Verify your registration
- Register to vote
- Change your name/address
- Oct 5: Last day to register for Nov 3 general election
- Oct 13: First day of in-person early voting (runs until Oct 30)
- Oct 23: Last day to request a mail-in ballot
- Oct 30: Last day of in-person early voting
- Nov 3: General election, domestic mail-in ballots must be received by 7pm, overseas mail-in ballots must be postmarked by this date
- Nov 8: Overseas mail-in ballots must be received by 7pm (and must have been postmarked by no later than Nov 3)
VOTING IN PERSON
Election Day is Tuesday, November 3. All Vote Centers are open 7AM-7PM. You must take an approved photo ID with you to the polls.
Voters are strongly encouraged to wear a mask, practice social distancing and maintain good hygiene when at a polling place. Curbside voting is also available, call or text the number provided via signage at the designated parking spots.
Nueces County is undertaking a variety of precautionary measures to keep poll workers and voters safe, including having workers wear masks or face shields, using plexiglass table top guards, using self-cleaning styluses and pens, and more.
You may vote at any Vote Center in Nueces County. Find a list of polling locations here.
VOTING BY MAIL
Eligible Voters who wish to vote by mail need to re-apply for ballots each calendar year. You are eligible to vote by mail if you are a registered voter and any of the following criteria apply:
- You are 65 years of age or older
- You are sick or disabled
- You will be out of the county for the entire Early Voting period and for Election Day
- You are confined in jail but eligible to vote
You can request more information or request your mail-in ballot by:
- Clicking here to request a mail-in ballot application from our campaign
- Visiting the Nueces County Election’s Department Office website
- Emailing VoteByMail@nuecesco.com
- Calling County Clerk Kara Sands at (361) 888-0865
If you have a disability, you have the right to bring someone into the voting booth with you to help you. You can bring anyone except your employer, an agent of your employer, or an officer or agent of your labor union. You may also request assistance from the election officials.
Your polling place should be physically accessible and have accessible equipment that allows you to vote privately and independently.
An election officer may give voting priority to individuals with a mobility problem that substantially impairs the person’s ability to move around. Learn more here.
For assistance in English or Spanish call 844-TX-VOTES, in Asian languages call 888-API-VOTE, in Arabic call 844-YALLA-US, and in American Sign Language (video call) call 301-818-VOTE.
Voter ID Laws are still in effect. Please remember to take your Texas Driver License or other approved photo identification with you to the polls. More info and list of acceptable IDs here.