Early Voting

League of Women Voters Guide @ Your Library

The League of Women Voters of Houston Education Fund makes available the LWV Voters Guide at the North Channel Branch LibraryThis nonpartisan election material in newspaper format includes "Things Voters Should Know" about the candidates running in the upcoming Primary Election.  For more information, you may go to www.lwvhouston.org

Register to Vote @ Your Library

When you come to the North Channel Library,  remember to pick up your Voter Registration card. If you are not registered to vote, you will need to complete your form and mail it in prior to February 3rd in order to be able to vote in the upcoming Primaries. Early Voting at the North Channel Library will run from February 18th through and including February 28th.
Election Day will be Tuesday, March 4th. Please visit Harris Votes website for more information:   www.harrisvotes.com

 

 

Need Voting Info?

Our most popular question this week is for the closest early voting location.  Whether you want to cast your vote early or are just looking for polling place info here are some websites that can help.  These links are for Harris County residents only:
Early voting locations (complete with map).  Click on the address you want for directions.  Remember, the last day for early voting is Friday, November 2nd.
Election Day Polling Locations with voter specific ballot
Precinct info (don’t know your precinct? – look it up here)
Sample Ballot

Early Voting @ Freeman - Primary Runoff Elections

Don’t forget that early voting for the Primary Runoff Elections starts at Freeman this Monday, July 23rd at 7 a.m.  Early voting will be open in the Community Room Monday through Friday (July 23rd – July 27th) from 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.   Check here for general information on early voting, and here for a list of acceptable voting credentials.  

Voting Information

Tuesday, November 2nd is election day. If you are looking for voting information check out the library’s election page which includes information on major candidates and issues, election day and early voting locations, League of Women Voter’s resources and more. Many of our libraries are also early voting or election day polling places. Need more information on your candidates? Pick up a free Voter’s Guide at any of our branches!

Early Voting at Kingwood

There is early voting at Kingwood Branch Library from October 18 - Oct 29. The schedule is:

Mon. - Fri. 10/18 - 10/22 from 8 am to 4:30 pm

Sat. 10/23 from 7 am to 7 pm

Sun. 10/24 from 1 pm to 6 pm

Mon. - Fri. 10/25 - 10/29 from 7 am to 7 pm

Early Voting is coming!

  It's time for early voting!  Once again, North Channel Library will serve as an Early Voting location.  If you chose to wait until Election Day to vote, you will need to go to your Precinct Polling Location.  To vote during Early Voting, please bring your voter's registration card, driver's license, or an other acceptable form of identification listed on the Harris Votes website.  Early voting hours are as follows: 

 Monday, October 18th-Friday,October 22nd: 8 am - 4:30 pm

Saturday, October 23rd: 7 am - 7 pm

Sunday, October 24th: 1 pm - 6 pm

Monday, October 25th-29th: 7 am - 7 pm

EARLY VOTING @ YOUR LIBRARY

Exercise your right to vote in the Democratic and Republican Party Primary Runoff Elections. These elections will be held at the North Channel Library in the Meeting Room Monday, April 5th, through Friday, April 9th from 7 am to 7 pm each day. Make your vote count!
 

Do You Want to Know a Secret?

The Galena Park Branch will once again be an early voting location.  Traditionally, not a lot of people come to our branch to cast their vote.  Based on my experience at Galena Park, voters can come and vote with relative ease.  Voters should be able to be in and out well within five minutes.  Make sure to bring your friends, family, and neighbors to vote.  I am proud to announce that we have the same Early Voting crew comming back and they would like to have your voting business.  They would like to visit with their old friends and make new friends.  I would like to invite every registered voter to come and vote at our branch.  While visiting the branch, make sure to brouse through the ever growing collection of books and DVD's that are available for checkout.  If you do not have a library card, be sure to apply for one.  That too also takes just only a few minutes and it is FREE!!

Early Voting for the November 3, 2009 Joint Election

Early voting is open for registered Harris County Voters to cast votes to elect:  Houston Mayor, Houston Controller, HCC Board of Trustees, HISD Trustees and to decide on Eleven (11) Texas Constitutinal Amendments.  A nonpartisan Voters Guide that is published by the League of Women Voters of the Houston Area is available at the library. 

There is currently a very small minimum wait time to cast your vote.  As long as you reside inside Harris County, a registered voter may cast their ballot at any early voting location.  If our branch is near where you work, travel, or spend your free time, we certainly invite you over to our branch to visit and cast your vote.  Our veteran election crew would be glad to assist you.

 

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