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November election voter guide: Where to vote, what to bring and sample ballots

Election Day is Tuesday. Here's what you need to cast your ballot.

Michelle Homer, Janelle Bludau

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Published: 5:42 PM CDT September 7, 2022
Updated: 4:35 PM CST November 8, 2022

Election Day is Tuesday and there are several important local and state races on the ballot, along with the nationwide battles to determine which party will control Congress.

This voter guide will help you through the process.

Here's what to know:

  • Getting a ballot
  • Voter ID
  • What's on your ballot
  • Make sure your vote is counted

METRO is providing free rides to and from voting locations for the first week of early voting and on Election Day, November 8. More details here.

How do I check if I'm registered to vote?

Anyone can check their registration in less than two minutes through the Texas Secretary of State. All you need is your name, county and date of birth. It's really that easy.

Specifically, for Harris County, you can verify your voter registration information on HarrisVotes.org. Simply click on "Voter Registration," then select "Voter Registration Search." By inputting your name or address, you can find your voter registration record.

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