Where Do I Vote in Texas? 2012 Voting Day Information - Let's Run Up the Score!
by Bob Price on November 6, 2012 at 12:31 PM
As I have said for weeks now, this election is not about winning, it's about sending a message to Washington D.C. and to Austin, Texas. No more big government. No more big spending. No more abuse of government processes to redistribute wealth. Last night, former Harris County Tax Assessor, Paul Bettencourt said it best proclaiming that "in Texas it's not just about winning, it's about running up the score!" Today is your best opportunity to do that by getting out to vote and taking ten of your like-minded friends with you.
Following is some information you will find helpful if you are not sure where you polling location is. Even if you think you know where your polling place is, it is best to check. Because of redistricting, many voting locations have changed.
Early Voting Locations:
Following are links for voter information for voting locations in the major counties where information could be found. For other counties, contact your local County Clerk or Election Administrators Office.
- Harris County - Voting Locations
- Dallas County - Voting Locations
- Tarrant County - Voting Locations
- Bexar County - Voting Locations
- Travis County - Voting Locations
- Montgomery County - Voting Locations
- Fort Bend County - Voting Locations
- Galveston County - Voting Locations
- Lubbock County - Voting Locations
- Ector County - Voting Locations
- Neuces County - Voting Locations
- Randall County - Voting Locations
- Hidalgo County - Voting Locations
- Cameron County - Voting Locations
- El Paso County - Voting Locations
- Other Counties - Texas Secretary of State Office
And if you think your vote doesn't matter, just listen to these two judges in Harris County. Judge Tad Halbach won his election by just 230 votes out of over 1 million votes cast. Judge Brock Thomas was unseated by an unqualified Democrat Judge in a very tight race because of straight ticket Democrat voting in the Obama sweep.Your vote matters!
Vote today and then talk to your friends and neighbors. Get them to the polls. Find every like-minded registered voter you can and make sure they vote. Some of these races may well be decided by just a few votes. Make sure you don't leave any votes at home that could have made the difference.