VOTING TIME: Houston’s Early Voting Information

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EarlyVoting_ButtonLogoHow & Where to Vote Early In Person:

  • If you are a Harris County resident and are registered to vote at a Harris County address, you can vote early for the Nov. 2 election just by walking in to any the locations shown below during the following times.
  • (Note that on Election Day, November 2, you must vote in your neighborhood polling place, not the locations shown below.)
  • Sun Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat
    Oct. 17

    18
    8:00am-
    4:30pm

    19
    8:00am-
    4:30pm

    20
    8:00am-
    4:30pm

    21
    8:00am-
    4:30pm

    22
    8:00am-
    4:30pm

    23
    7:00am-
    7:00pm

    24
    1:00pm-
    6:00pm

    25
    7:00am-
    7:00pm

    26
    7:00am-
    7:00pm

    27
    7:00am-
    7:00pm

    28
    7:00am-
    7:00pm

    29
    7:00am-
    7:00pm

    30

    31

    Nov. 1

    2
    Election
    Day

    3

    4

    5

    6

    Any voter registered in Harris County can vote early at ANY of the following locations.

    Nearby Locations:

    • Bayland Park Community Center, 6400 Bissonnet near Hillcroft
    • Tracy Gee Community Center, 3599 Westcenter Drive (One Block East of Sam Houston Tollway – Off Richmond)
    • Henington-Alief Regional Branch Library, 7979 South Kirkwood
    • Lac Hong Square, 6628 Wilcrest Dr.

    Other Locations:

    • Downtown, Harris County Administration Building, 1001 Preston, 1st Floor
    • Moody Park Recreation Center, 3725 Fulton
    • Kashmere Multi-Service Center, 4802 Lockwood Dr.
    • Ripley House, 4410 Navigation Blvd.
    • Houston Community College Southeast, Learning Hub, 6815 Rustic
    • Palm Center, 5300 Griggs Road (Enter JP/Constable Door)
    • Fiesta Mart, Inc., 8130 Kirby Drive just south of O.S.T.
    • Metropolitan Multi-Service Center, 1475 West Gray
    • Northeast Multi-Service Center, 9720 Spaulding
    • Galena Park Branch Library, 1500 Keene Street, Galena Park
    • IBEW Hall, 4345 Allen Genoa Road, Pasadena
    • Sunnyside Multi-Service Center, 4605 Wilmington
    • Townwood Park, 3403 Simsbrook
    • Trini Mendenhall Sosa Community Center, 1414 Wirt Rd.
    • Acres Homes Multi-Service Center, 6719 West Montgomery Road
    • Hardy Senior Center, 10901 West Hardy Road
    • Octavia Fields Branch Library Annex, 1503 South Houston Avenue, Humble
    • NEW: Kingwood Branch Library 4400 Bens View Lane, Kingwood
    • North Channel Library, 15741 Wallisville Road
    • Baytown Community Center, 2407 Market Street, Baytown
    • Harris County Courthouse Annex #25, 7330 Spencer Highway, Pasadena
    • Freeman Branch Library, 16616 Diana Lane, Clear Lake
    • Nottingham Park, 14205 Kimberly Lane
    • Franz Road Storefront, 19818 Franz Road.
    • Bear Creek Park Community Center, 3055 Bear Creek Dr.
    • Jersey Village City Hall, 16327 Lakeview Dr.
    • Tomball Public Works Building, 501 B James, Tomball
    • Champion Forest Baptist Church, 15555 Stuebner-Airline Dr.
    • Pondersosa Fire Station No. 1, 17061 Rolling Creek Drive
    • Cypress Top Park, 26026 Hempstead Highway, Cypress
    • George Bush Park, Glen Cheek Education Bldg., 16002 Westheimer Parkway
    • Lone Star College Visitors Center, 20515 Hwy 149
    • Crosby ISD Administration Building, 706 Runneburg Rd, Crosby

    How to Vote Early By Mail:

    You can vote early by mail if you are:

  • at least 65 years of age; OR,
  • you are sick or disabled; OR,
  • confined in jail, but eligible to vote, OR,
  • you will be out of Harris County for any reason from Oct. 18-29 and on Nov. 2, so you can’t vote in person both during the early vote period or on Election Day.To vote by mail, you must fill out and mail an application so that you will be sent a ballot. You may apply for the ballot after Sept. 2. The county must receive your application by Oct. 26. Click here to download an application to vote by mail.Once you receive and mark your ballot, you must mail it so that it is received by 7:00 pm on Election Day. If you apply to vote by mail, and then decide to vote in person instead, you must cancel your request in writing or bring your unmarked ballot with you to the polls for cancellation.There are special instructions for voters who are serving in the armed forces or who are living outside the United States. For more information, please click here.Source

    President Barack Obama Stresses The Importance of Us Getting Out and Voting!

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    If you missed any portion of the interview with President Barack Obama, please feel free to relive the moment and have all of those burning questions answered during the show.

    Listen closely for the exclusive conversation with Tom, Sybil and J. Anthony Brown as President Barack Obama responds and reacts to all that’s concerning the upcoming voting process, his administration’s progress since he was sworn into office and other issues that affect you including healthcare reform, jobs, the economy and so much more.

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