What if I didn’t re-register to vote at my current address after moving?


People who moved within the county and didn’t re-register under a new address have to vote in their former precinct unless there is Countywide Polling. If that’s the case, the voter can vote anywhere in the county.

For people who moved into a new county and didn’t re-register they will only be able to vote by a limited ballot during early voting and will not be able to vote otherwise.



This information was written by Louis A. Bedford IV to provide Texans with updated information regarding their rights and the law as they vote in 2022. It is for informational purposes only and is not meant to replace legal advice.

Mollie Finch Belt is the Publisher and Chief Executive Officer of The Dallas Examiner. She attended elementary school in Tuskegee, Ala.; Cambridge, Mass.; and Dallas, Texas. In 1961, she graduated from...

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