November 8, 2022 Election Results
Midterms are November 8, 2022. Are you ready to vote?
Here are a few candidateS on the ballot:
Key Dates to Know
- Nov. 4 – Early voting ends
- Nov. 8 – Election Day
Early in-person voting began Monday, Oct. 24 and ends Friday, Nov. 4 but you must be registered.
What’s new –
- Drive through and 24-hour early voting is no longer available.
- Election officials cannot send unsolicited vote-by-mail application forms to voters.
- Mail in ballot voters must provide a Texas issued ID number or the last 4 digits of their social security number on both ballot applications and the outer carrier envelope for their completed ballot.
- Those who assist someone else in filling out a ballot at the polls must fill out a form disclosing their relationship to the voter . They also must sign an oath stating they did not pressure or coerce the voter into choosing them as their helper.
The voter registration deadline to vote Nov. 8 in the general election is Oct. 11. There are more than 17,500,000 registered voters statewide, up from the record 17,315,407 registered voters who were eligible to vote in the May 24 primary runoff elections.
You can keep track of the current number and even break it down by county at this page on the Secretary of State’s website: https://www.sos.state.tx.us/elections/historical/vrfig.shtml
The State of Texas has an ongoing voter education project, the “VoteReady” campaign, which seeks to educate voters on Texas’ voter ID requirements as prescribed by 2021’s SB 1.
Election Day: Tuesday, Nov. 8 | Polls open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Vote Texas – 800-252-VOTE (8683)
Races to watch —- State & federal
- Lieutenant Governor
- Attorney General
- Texas Senate: All 31 seats
- Texas House: All 150 seats
- US house: All 38 seats