Happy Thursday everyone! Today on the blog we are hitting on the topic of VOTING! That’s right, let’s talk about it. With the deadline to register for the July 14th Primary Runoff Election quickly approaching (it’s June 15th if you didn’t know) I am sharing a quick guide on hot to Vote in Texas and Denton today!
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How to look up your precinct:
Your precinct number can be found on your voters registration card. This is important Information because it helps you find your polling station. It can also be referred to as your voting district or election district. To find your precinct, you can click here!
Where to find upcoming elections in Denton:
If you didn’t know, July 14th isn’t the only day to vote in Denton. City elections will be happening on November 3rd. These local elections are just as vital as the National elections for Congress and the Presidency, because here is where we can start making major changes. To stay up to date with early voting, election dates, and any other vital voters information, click here!
Where to register to vote online:
If you aren’t sure if you are registered to vote, you can check here to see! It takes 30 seconds, no joke. If you’re not registered to vote, what are you waiting for?! Click here to register to vote, then put July 14th in your calendar AND VOTE!
Need a mail in ballot?
We get it, everyone is busy and due to COVID, more people might be unable to get out to the polling stations. To get your mail in ballot click here and exercise your rights!
Election Day Information
Whether this is your first time voting, or you regularly practice your right to vote, COVID has really thrown a wrench into things. Some plans and polling stations have the potential to change. So to stay up to date with all things Election Day, bookmark this link here so you can stay up to date.
We can make change happen, but it starts in the polling booth.
Now more than ever, your vote counts. July 14th is going to be one of the most important days of your life. Change starts in the polling booths, and as of now the City of Denton is reporting as of 6/10/2020 there are only 531,944 registered voters out of an average voting population of 627,116+*. That means there are still roughly 95,172 unregistered voters in Denton County. If you or someone you know is not registered to vote, share our easy to download graphic with them or send them this post! Let’s get out there and vote!