Tarrant County Voters
March 24, 2022 Primary Runoff Election Information
Qualified voters may vote at any polling location within Tarrant County during Early Voting and on Election Day. A list of all locations is posted on Tarrant County's website.
VOTING BY MAIL
Tarrant County registered voters are eligible to request and receive a ballot by mail if any of the following conditions prevents them from voting in-person during the early voting period or on Election Day:
- 65 years of age or older
- Disability -- “I affirm that I have a sickness or physical condition that prevents me from appearing at the polling place on Election Day without a likelihood of needing personal assistance or injuring my health.”
- Expected to give birth within three weeks before or after Election Day
- Expected absence from the County during both the early voting period and on Election Day. (The ballot must be mailed to an address outside the County.)
- Confined in Jail (not finally convicted of a felony) or Involuntary Commitment (You may only apply for a ballot for one election and any resulting runoff)
Applications for a ballot by mail may be submitted throughout the calendar year, beginning January 1 and must be received by our office no later than the close of business on the eleventh day before Election Day. If the eleventh day before Election Day falls on a weekend, the deadline is the close of business on the first preceding business day. All voted ballots that are returned on or before Election Day will be counted. Voted ballots received on the next business day after Election Day will also be counted if they have been postmarked by Election Day. Voted ballots mailed from U.S. citizens residing outside the United States may be counted if clearly postmarked on or before Election Day and received by the Elections Administrator not later than the fifth day after Election Day.
Completed applications may be submitted by mail, contract or common carrier, hand delivery by the voter, or you may submit by fax or email a completed, signed with the voter’s original signature and scanned application to the Early Voting Clerk. Under Senate Bill 5, it is now required for an applicant submitting an application for ballot by mail via fax or e-mail to also submit an application for ballot by mail via mail. In order for a faxed or email application for ballot by mail to be effective, the accompanying mailed application for ballot by mail must be received within four business days of the submission of the application by fax or email.
Mailing Address: Tarrant County Elections
PO Box 961011
Fort Worth, Texas 76161-0011
Express Courier Delivery: Tarrant County Elections
2700 Premier St.
Fort Worth, Texas 76111-3011
Email: [email protected]
Tarrant County Elections Administration at 817-831-8683 to request a ballot by mail or visit their website.