Elections & Government


2024 is a busy year for voters

As you probably know, 2024 is a presidential election year, but Texans will also be electing one U.S. Senator, all 38 members of U.S. Congress, Texas Railroad Commissioner, and three positions on the state Supreme Court, not to mention state Senators and representatives, Appeals Court judges, members of the state Board of Education, and many others.

On this page, you will find up to date information and resources to help you participate in the democratic process.

Important Dates

Primary Runoff Elections: May 4, 2024, 7:00 am - 7:00 pm

Early Voting, General Election: TBA

Election Day: November 5, 2024, 7:00 am - 7:00 pm

League of Women Voters Houston Voter Guide


In English and Spanish in eBook and eAudiobook formats. Click a button below to download your FREE copy now.


What's new at the polls?

Harris County Clerk Teneshia Hudspeth and Curbside Larry get you ready to vote in 2024

Helpful Websites

Comprehensive voter and election information including

  • voter registration
  • registration status
  • sample ballots for your location
  • information about voting by mail
  • important dates
  • voter ID requirements
  • and more

Voter & Election Information

Complete voter and election information and tools for Harris County TX including registration, sample ballots and voting centers

League of Women Voters nonpartisan nationwide voter and election information and resource site: registration, sample ballots and much more.

Before Voting

Register to vote or check your registration status

Download the Voter Guide

Early Voting & Election Day

Find the closest Voting Center

Voting at HCPL

Registered voters can vote at any Harris County Voting Center. Select HCPL branches are voting centers for early voting, election day voting or both for the upcoming Primary Elections.

PLEASE NOTE: that some library branches may be closed on election day.


Links for local, state and federal elected officials and agencies. Find out who your representative in the Texas House, your Houston City Council member and what Harris County Constable's precinct you live in and a lot more.


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