Get out the vote
The November election is right around the corner, so now is a good time to check your voter registration to make sure everything is up to date.
The deadline to register to vote in Texas for the November 8 election is Tuesday, October 11. If you're unsure how to change or update your voter registration, we broke down everything you need to know.
How to register to vote
Unsure if you're registered to vote in Texas? Check here.
Texas doesn't offer online voter registration, but you can download and fill out an online form to mail to the elections office of the county that you live in.
If you don't know or have your Voter Unique Identifier (VUID), which is acts as the identifying number of your voter registration card, you can check for that number here. You'll need your VUID to change your address on your registration card.
On the same website where you can locate your VUID, you can also find polling locations in your county, as well as other vital information.
Texas residents can also opt to register to vote when renewing their driver license through the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS). Learn more.
If you want to register in-person, you may go to your county's tax office. Local organizations also often hold events to help people get registered.
For more information on how and when to vote, read the full story and watch the video at KVUE.com.