Election Day FAQs
Polls will be open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 6, giving Democrats, Republicans and Independents the chance to select their preferred candidates in local, state and national races. Several propositions also will be on the ballot. Woodforest residents living in Precinct 90 can vote at the Homefinder Lodge, 101 Elk Trace Parkway.
Here are answers to frequently asked questions:
What will I need in order to vote?
Voters will be asked to present one of seven acceptable forms of identification. For more information, click here.
I’m not sure I’m registered. What do I do?
You can confirm your registration status by visiting https://teamrv-mvp.sos.texas.gov/MVP/mvp.do
Or, you can call the voter registrar’s office for Montgomery County at (936) 539-7843.
Where can I view a sample ballot?
Click here to see a sample ballot for the county: http://legacy.mctx.org/election/samplebal.asp?ElectionId=PRI030618
Note: Only jurisdictions and contests for which a voter is eligible will appear on their individual ballot.
Can I bring my cell phone with me?
No. Voters are allowed to bring a printed voter’s guide or notes they’ve taken on paper but they are not permitted to bring their cell phones within 100 feet of a polling place.
Can I wear clothing that features campaign slogans?
No. This includes buttons, hats, bags or other items that endorse or promote a particular candidate or cause.
Can I bring my gun (with the appropriate license)?
No. Even if a polling place is inside of a building where concealed carry normally would be permitted, guns are not allowed within 100 feet of a polling location.
Is anyone allowed to enter the voting booth with me?
Yes. Voters may bring someone to assist them or ask election workers for help.