Elections and Voting

I Want to Vote

How do I Register to Vote in Texas?
A resident of Arlington may register to vote in local, state, and national elections by completing a voters registration card and returning it to the Tarrant County Voter Registrars Office. You must be registered 30 days prior to an election in order to vote. Please allow enough time to send your registration card in prior to an election.

Voters registration cards can be obtained at the Voter Registrar’s Office located at 100 East Weatherford Street, Room B90, Fort Worth. You may also call them at 817-884-1115 and they will mail you a card. Voter’s registration cards are also available at the Southeast Tarrant County Sub-courthouse in Arlington, 700 East Abram Street, Arlington, Texas 76010 – County Commissioner’s Office.

Voters registration forms may also be available at your local post office or the City of Arlington, City Secretary’s Office, located at 101 West Abram Street, 1st Floor.

Am I already registered to vote?

How can I change my voter card name or address?

I Want to Contact My Elected Officials

Who represents me? – State and Federal

Upcoming Elections

City of Arlington Elections
The city of Arlington, Texas will hold elections for mayor and city council in 2015. Five of the eight city council seats are up for election.

Tarrant County Elections

State of Texas Elections

Federal Elections