Have You Voted Yet? Houston Early Voting Hours and Locations


Have you voted yet? Early Voting began Monday, October 24th and goes until Friday, November 4th. I was able to walk right in at 11:00 and vote with no wait. If you are registered to vote, all you need is your drivers license. Go HERE to get the facts on voting, the propositions and the candidates.

The Early Vote schedule is as follows:

  • Monday, October 24th – Friday, October 28th: 8am to 4:30pm
  • Saturday, October 29th: 7am to 7pm
  • Sunday, October 30th: 1pm to 6pm
  • Monday, October 31st – Friday, November 4th: 7am to 7pm

Go HERE to see the early vote locations.

Why do you need to vote? Think back to high school history class. Women fought for 72 years before getting the right to vote in 1920. The women who started the movement, and dedicated their lives to women’s suffrage, died before the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, which provided: “The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex.” I personally feel obligated to vote because of the opportunity they gave me but never had for themselves.

Not enough? Without the vote, you do not get representation. The issues you care about will not be considered because the lawmakers do not depend on you to be re-elected. Political candidates know if you are a registered and an active voter, so if you want representation, the right to vote is not enough. You actually have to vote.

The issues of today have changed from 100 years ago, but the truth remains the same. If you want to influence public affairs, you have to vote. Yes, your preferred candidate may not win, but the elected official must consider the concerns of active voters, and active voting communities, if he or she wants to be re-elected.

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