Voting is an important responsibility for believers.

The General Election of 2020 will be held on Tuesday, November 3.

America is blessed to have a democratic republic that allows its citizens to select their representatives. We can have a republic of the people, by the people and for the people only if we participate in the process.

Texas voters will select from a long list of contested races including the President of the United States, a U.S. Senator, every U.S. Congressional Representative, State-wide races including Railroad Commissioner, State Supreme Court and Court of Criminal Appeals judges, State Senator and Representative, judicial positions for the First Court of Appeals, District Courts, Family District Courts, county officials, and county judicial positions for civil courts, criminal courts, constables and justices of the peace. There is no more straight party voting. Vote all the way down the ballot. See for your sample ballot.

Every citizen has an obligation and a duty to be informed and participate in the election process. This election will be the most important in our lifetime to choose the road ahead for America and to preserve the Constitution.


Are You Registered?

Obtain a voter’s registration application and register to vote 30 days before the election.

The last day to register to vote is October 5. Don’t wait until the last day to register because additional identification may be required. Obtain a voter registration application from the Harris County Voter Registrar at 713-274-VOTE (8683) or online.

Voting in Person

It is recommended to vote early.

To vote early in person, appear in person at any Early Voting Location with your photo id during the early voting dates October 13 to October 30. You may vote early at any location listed at Polling locations are sanitized and precautions are taken against COVID-19.

To vote on Election Day, you may vote at any voting location with a photo id between 7am and 7 pm. See for a list of voting locations.

Voting by Mail

To obtain a ballot by mail, contact the County Clerk at 713-755-6965 or online at before October 23.

However, if you request a ballot by mail then decide to vote in person, you must give the unused mail ballot to the Election Judge to be allowed to vote a regular ballot in person.

If you need further assistance, contact your precinct chairman at 281-370-1633.