MAKE SURE YOUR VOTER INFORMATION IS UP TO DATE!
If you have moved, changed apartments, or your name, your voter information must be updated. Help us help you vote! Change your name or address online if your new address is within the state of Texas.
How do I get the voter registration cancelled if my family member is deceased?
Send a letter requesting cancellation to the Voter Registration Office stating that the voter is deceased. Include the name of the voter, registration address, and date of birth. Sign your name and record your relationship to the voter beside your name (i.e. husband, wife, son, daughter, etc).
Mass Mail Out of Voter Registration Certificate Renewals
The Dallas County Elections Department will begin mailing out the new voter registration certificates in February due to redistricting. New certificates are mailed every two years to all active registered voters. The new certificates are blue and are valid from January 1, 2022, through December 31, 2023. They replace the orange voter registration certificates, which expire on December 31, 2021. Voters are encouraged to check the information on their new certificates for accuracy and retain them for upcoming elections. Corrections, if necessary, may be made on the back of the card, signed, and returned to our office. Any person who has moved, had a name change, or been previously registered in Dallas County and does not receive a new voter registration certificate by February 14, 2022, should contact our office. Voters who are placed on the “suspense list” are subject to having their voter registration canceled if their records are not updated within two federal general elections.
8:00 AM to 4:30 PM Monday – Friday
Location and Mailing Address
Dallas County Elections Department
1520 Round Table Drive, Dallas, TX 75247
Main – (469) 627-VOTE (8683)
Fax – (214) 819-6307