Voting

Election Day Voting

General Election

Tuesday, November 8th, 7:00 am-7:00 pm at this location.

For more information on the election and voting procedures, please visit the Harris County Clerk's page or call the experts at the Election Information Line at 713-755-6965

Election Day @ Your Library!

It's official! The North Channel Public Library is the location of one of the newest voting precincts! If your yellow and white Voter's Registration card lists Precinct 0460, you are one of the lucky ones who will be voting on Election Day, Tues. November 4th from 7 am to 7 pm at 15741 Wallisville Rd., Houston, TX 77049. This Precinct is bounded by Wallisville Rd. to the South, Sheldon Rd. to the East, HWY 90 and the Miller Roads on the North and the City of Houston West Canal on the West.

Election Day Info

Need to know where to vote Tuesday?  We can help you with that as well as finding a sample ballot or a list of all the polling places. Precinct info & sample ballot (don’t know your precinct?

Your Vote Counts. Early Voting and I.D. Info.

The upcoming general election on Tuesday, November 4 will decide one of Texas’ seats in the U.S. Senate, all thirty-six of Texas’ representatives to the U.S. House, Texas Governor, Lieutenant Governor, and Attorney General, as well as many other important state, county and municipal offices.

Remember, it is now state law that in order to vote you must present one of the following approved forms of identification:

  • • Texas driver license issued by the Texas Department of Public Safetry (DPS).
  • • Texas personal identification card issued by DPS
  • • Texas concealed handgun license issued by DPS
  • • U.S. military identification card with your photograph
  • • U.S. passport
  • • Free Election Identification Certificate (EIC) issued by DPS (click here for more information).

TEENS: There is still time...

islan sunto take our Summer Reading Prize Pack Survey!   Summer is quickly approaching (yay!), and we’re busy planning some wicked awesome programs and prizes for all the Kingwood Teens.  So let your voice be heard!  Take our Summer Reading Prize Pack survey online by clicking here, or stop by the Teen Area to fill out a form. 

Entries into the Prize Pack Drawings can be earned by attending programs, and for every book over 5 books that you read this summer.  You must be registered with the Summer Reading Program to earn entries for books read; you do not need to register or complete the Summer Reading Program to earn program attendance entries. 

Register to Vote @ Your Library

When you come to the North Channel Library,  remember to pick up your Voter Registration card. If you are not registered to vote, you will need to complete your form and mail it in prior to February 3rd in order to be able to vote in the upcoming Primaries. Early Voting at the North Channel Library will run from February 18th through and including February 28th.
Election Day will be Tuesday, March 4th. Please visit Harris Votes website for more information:   www.harrisvotes.com

 

 

Did You Make Up Your Mind Yet? Tuesday Voting Info

Need to know where to vote Tuesday?  Whether you were one of the many “undecided” voters or just love the thrill of election day let us help you find your assigned voting location. Just follow the links: 

 Election Day Polling Locations .
Precinct info (don’t know your precinct? – look it up here)
Sample Ballot
Voting ID – lists what you need to show in order to vote
For more voting info click here.
 

Need Voting Info?

Our most popular question this week is for the closest early voting location.  Whether you want to cast your vote early or are just looking for polling place info here are some websites that can help.  These links are for Harris County residents only:
Early voting locations (complete with map).  Click on the address you want for directions.  Remember, the last day for early voting is Friday, November 2nd.
Election Day Polling Locations with voter specific ballot
Precinct info (don’t know your precinct? – look it up here)
Sample Ballot

Navigate Your Way Through Voting

Voting is a privilege and we want to make sure you are ready, and have all the information you need when you go to the polls. With this in mind, Northwest Branch is having an informative seminar on October 17 at 6:00 pm to help you navigate your way through the voting process. This is a non-partisan event and all are welcome. Elections are near so get ready, Get ready! Get ready.  

Voting Information

Tuesday, November 2nd is election day. If you are looking for voting information check out the library’s election page which includes information on major candidates and issues, election day and early voting locations, League of Women Voter’s resources and more. Many of our libraries are also early voting or election day polling places. Need more information on your candidates? Pick up a free Voter’s Guide at any of our branches!
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