Procedure for People who have moved from one Texas county to another Texas county
A. Limited Ballot. [Sec. 112.001]
- The Election Code authorizes voting a limited ballot after changing county of residence.
- A person voting a limited ballot under this chapter is entitled to vote only on each office or measure to be voted in a territorial unit (state or district) of which the person was a resident both before changing their county of residence and after the change.
B. Eligibility. [Sec. 112.002]
- After changing residence to another county, a person is eligible to vote a limited ballot under this chapter by personal appearance or by mail if:
- the person would have been eligible to vote in the county of former residence on election day if still residing in that county;
- the person is registered to vote in the county of former residence at the time the person offers to vote in the county of new residence; and
- a voter registration for the person in the county of new residence is not effective on or before election day.
- A person is not eligible to vote a limited ballot by mail unless, in addition to satisfying the eligibility requirements prescribed above, the person is eligible to vote early by mail under the standard early by mail rules.
T.J. Fabby said he voted for John McCain, that is allowed under this act as the office of President is not restricted to the territorial unit, in this case, Tarrant County. I appreciate the fervor over election time, but this guy is a hard working, small business man and I respect T.J. and appreciate his candor. I feel he is honest and shoots from the hip. This last sentence is would prompt my father-in-law to say, “That is why women shouldn’t be able to vote. They vote on their feelings.”
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