Election Day: Tuesday, November 3rd.
Poll are open: 7AM – 7PM
HD 92 VOTING LOCATIONS
You may vote early at any voting location in Tarrant County. Below are the locations within House District 92.
|Airport Area YMCA||3524 Central Drive||Bedford|
|Bedford Public Library||2424 Forest Ridge Drive||Bedford|
|First United Methodist Church||1245 Bedford Road||Bedford|
|Shady Brook Elementary School||2601 Shady Brook Drive||Bedford|
|St. Michael Catholic Church||3713 East Harwood Road||Bedford|
|Central Baptist Church of Bedford||1120 Central Drive||Bedford|
|Pat May Center – Room D3||1849‐B Central Drive||Bedford|
|Stonegate Elementary School||900 Bedford Road||Bedford|
|Bear Creek Elementary School||401 Bear Creek Drive||Euless|
|Euless Family Life Center||300 West Midway Drive||Euless|
|Lakewood Elementary School||1600 Donley Drive||Euless|
|Life Connection Church Lobby||208 Nutmeg Lane||Euless|
|United Memorial Christian Church||1401 North Main Street||Euless|
|Calvary Baptist Church||304 Calvary Drive||Euless|
|South Euless Baptist Church||1000 Simmons Drive||Euless|
|South Euless Elementary School||605 South Main Street||Euless|
|St. John Missionary Baptist Church||3324 House Anderson Road||Euless|
|Bellevue Baptist Church (Pipeline Church)||625 West Pipeline Road||Hurst|
|Brookside Center||1244 Brookside Drive||Hurst|
|Hurst Public Library||901 Precinct Line Road||Hurst|
|Impact Mission Church||745 Brown Trail||Hurst|
|North Pointe Baptist Church of Hurst||147 East Hurst Boulevard||Hurst|
|First Baptist Church of Hurst||1801 Norwood Drive||Hurst|
|Northeast Courthouse||645 Grapevine Highway||Hurst|
|Elzie Odom Athletic Center||1601 Northeast Green Oaks Blvd||Arlington|
|Northeast Branch Library||1905 Brown Boulevard||Arlington|
|Myrtice and Curtis Larson Elem. School||2620 Avenue K||Grand Prairie|
|Shady Grove Baptist Church||6649 Precinct Line Road||N Richland Hills|
Other Tarrant Co. Voting Locations:
REGISTER TO VOTE
The deadline to register to vote is Oct 5th 2020.
There are two methods of registering to vote (Texas does not have online voter registration):
- You may pick up a postage-paid voter registration application (for new registrations or updates) at the Tarrant County Elections Center or at all Tarrant County subcourthouses, U.S. post offices, city halls, libraries and public assistance offices in Tarrant County.
- Or, you may download a voter application with this link: Tarrant County Voter Application Form. Complete the form on your computer and then print, sign, and return the completed form. The completed application must be returned to the Elections Department in person or mailed to the address shown on the application form. Completed applications must be returned or clearly postmarked by Oct 5th.
UPDATE YOUR NAME AND/OR ADDRESS ONLINE
You may update your name and/or address online if you still live in Tarrant. If you have moved to/from a new county, it is necessary to re-register using the printed Voter Registration Application provided in the section above. If you still reside in Tarrant County, click the link below to submit your online name and/or address change.
To be eligible for voter registration, applicants must be a U.S. citizen, a resident of the county, 18 years of age by election day (you may apply for registration at age 17 years, 10 months), not a convicted felon (unless a person’s sentence is completed — including any probation or parole), and not declared mentally incompetent by a court of law.
If for any reason you cannot register yourself, with your permission, your spouse, parent or child may complete and sign a voter registration application for you — as long as that person is a registered voter or has applied for voter registration. This person is known as your “agent.”
Please note that all voters who register to vote in Texas must provide a Texas driver’s license number or personal identification number issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety. If you do not have such a number, then you must state that fact on the application and provide the last four digits of your social security number. If you do not have a social security number, you must also state that fact on your application. If you have neither of these identifying numbers, you will be required to present identification other than your voter registration certificate the first time you vote.