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where can i early vote in houston, texas?
Where does one go to early vote in Houston, Tex? Anyone know?
Thanx a lot 4 the help. I'm gonna hit up west gray or check some locs from the link on harrisvotes.
- lady_bellaLv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
Mail In Ballots are the early voters. I gotten mine and my husband and I mailed ours in already.
Voters who have to go to the poles, have to wait until the poles open on November 4th.
- 1 decade ago
Early voting locations
1. Main Office: Harris County Administration Building, 1001 Preston, 1st Floor
2. Moody Park: Moody Park Recreation Center, 3725 Fulton
3. Kashmere: Julia C. Hester House, 2020 Solo
4. Downtown-East: Ripley House, 4410 Navigation
5. Southeast Houston: H.C.C.S. Southeast College, 6815 Rustic, Angela Morales Bldg., Student Lounge
6. Palm Center: Justice of the Peace/Constable Entry, 5300 Griggs
7. Astrodome area: Fiesta Mart, 8130 Kirby
8. Neartown: Metropolitan Mutli-Service Center, 1475 W. Gray
9. Northeast Houston: Beebe Tabernacle Methodist Church, 7210 Langley
10. Galena Park: Galena Park Branch Library, 1500 Keene, Galena Park
11. Hobby Airport area: I.B.E.W. Hall #66, 4345 Allen-Genoa
12. Sunnyside: Sunnyside Multi-Service Center, 4605 Wilmington
13. S. Houston area: The Power Center, 12401 S. Post Oak
14. Southwest Houston: Bayland Park Community Center, 6400 Bissonnet, near Hillcroft
15. Near West Side: Tracy Gee Community Center, 3599 Westcenter Drive
16. Spring Branch: Harris County Courthouse Annex #35, 721 Pech
17. Acres Homes: Acres Home Multi-Service Center, 6719 W. Montgomery
18. North: Hardy Senior Center, 11901 W. Hardy
19. Humble: Octavia Fields Branch Library, 1503 S. Houston, Humble
20. Kingwood: HC Library-Kingwood Branch, 4102 Rustic Woods, Kingwood
21. Wallisville: North Channel Library, 15741 Wallisville Road
22. Baytown: Baytown Community Center, Tejas Room, 2407 Market, Baytown
23. Pasadena: Harris County Courthouse Annex #25, 7330 Spencer Highway, Pasadena
24. Clear Lake: Freeman Branch Library, 16616 Diana Lane, Clear Lake
25. Alief: Alief Regional Library, 7979 South Kirkwood
26. West Houston: Lac Hong Square, 6628 Wilcrest
27. Far west Houston: Al-tharetta Yeargin Art Museum, 901 Yorkchester
28. Far west/Katy: Franz Road Storefront, 19818 Franz Road
29. Bear Creek: Bear Creek Park Community Center, Bear Creek Drive at Patterson Road
30. Jersey Village: City of Jersey Village-City Hall, 16327 Lakeview Drive
31. Tomball: Tomball Public Works Building, 501 B James, Tomball
32. Cypress Creek: Barbara Bush Library, 6817 Cypresswood, Spring
33. Far north: Ponderosa Fire Station No. 1, 17061 Rolling Creek Drive, Houston
34. Cypress: Cypress Top Park, 26026 Hempstead Highway, Cypress
35. George Bush Park: George Bush Park, 16500 Westheimer Parkway
- 1 decade ago
Who can vote early: All registered Texas voters, including 1,826,231 people in Harris County, can vote in the Republican or Democratic primary, early or on Election Day, regardless of if or how they voted in the past. Participation in a primary does not restrict how voters can vote in the November general election.
What to bring: Your voter registration card or other form of ID for the fastest treatment.
Where to go: Any voter in Harris County can vote at any one of 35 locations regardless of what precinct they live in. Voters in other counties should check on locations with their county clerk or other elections administrator. Ballots are available in English, Spanish and Vietnamese.
Schedule: Early voting in Harris County lasts through Feb. 29. Hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. through Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, 1 to 6 p.m. Sunday and 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. for the remaining days.
For questions: Call 713-755-6965 or go to www.harrisvotes.com.
- 1 decade ago
you should try going to the Houston public library. they usually have fliers about voting and locations and other useful stuff like tax returns! for a list of locations go to:
hpl.lib.tx.usSource(s): a little 7th grader otherwise known as me
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- happyglo1Lv 41 decade ago
They are all over. One in Bear Creek. One at Hillcroft and Bissonnet. Follow the blue signs. It ends tomorrow.
- 1 decade ago