Stand Up for Democracy!

Register and Vote!

A simple way to register is to click on then download the Texas voter registration form. Print it, fill it out, and mail. The new rules require your Texas drivers’ license number or the last four digits of your Social Security, even if you are using the old application card that says it’s optional.

To vote on the November 8, new registrations have to be in the mail by October 10, according to UAW 848 Legislative Committee leader Kyle Dubberke.

You may need to register:

v    If you have moved

v    If you have not voted for 790 days

v    If you recently aged to 17 years and 10 months

v    If you have been convicted of a felony, but have finished parole/probation

Americans are concerned

Record turnout in early primaries indicates that many Americans are working to maintain our democratic rights.

If you need more registration cards than are at the hall, go to:

Dallas County Elections Department, 8th floor

Dallas County Health and Human Resources Bldg.

2377 N. Stemmons Fwy. Suite 820

Dallas, Texas 75207

The building is just South of the Motor Street exit on Highway 35 (Stemmons).

The new application cards demand a Texas drivers’ license number or the last four digits of a Social Security number. They have a pocket that people can use to provide proof of their identification. If the proof is not in the pocket, voters will be required to show drivers’ license or other identification at the polls.

Application cards are mailed, postage free, to the county courthouse. Activists working to register voters in North Texas will need to know the zip codes of the County Courthouses in surrounding counties. Here are some of them:

Collin          75074

Dallas          75207

Denton          76202

Ellis           75168

Henderson       75751

Johnson         76033

Kaufman         75751

Tarrant         76102

Tyler           75979

Wise            76234

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