If you’re one of the millions of people who are mailing in their ballot this election, you would likely waNt to keep track of your vote. WFAA has some simple instructions on how to go about doing that in an article published on October 20th. In it, they state:
“. . . for Dallas County and Denton County, you can also track your ballot, but you have to email the elections department . . . Download the voter roster and search for your name, (then) Email the elections office: da***************@da**********.org”
The Dallas Morning News in an article published on October 27th endorses an online tracker txballot.org for more ease. In it, they state:
“A new website — txballot.org — created by the voting advocacy group VoteAmerica allows Texans to plug in their voter registration number or other identification data to get the latest updates on where their ballot is in the process.”
Whether you want to go the traditional route, coordinating with your local elections department, or you want a faster, more mobile-friendly way, you have options to make sure your vote counts this election season.