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League of Women Voters of Irving
P.O. Box 154583
Irving, TX 75015
 Phone: 972-510-5686
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Are You Registered To Vote?

Click here to check if you are registered: 

Check if you are registered

Recently moved? Click here to update your address online:


Update Address Online

Need to register?

  • If you are a new  Texas voter or new to the county, print and fill out  the  Voter Registration Form or pick one up at a library,  government office, or even high school! Fill out, sign, stamp and mail in or turn in to your county election office.
  • Call your county voter registrar  and ask for a voter registration application to be mailed to you.
  • Volunteer Deputy Registrars are certified by each county to help voters  register to vote. Contact Us for help.
  • No printer? No problem! Fill out a voter registration application and have it mailed to you at


How to register

Can you vote by mail? Click here to see if you are eligible:


Vote by mail


Voter Photo ID Law Information

Click here for the latest VOTER ID REQUIREMENTS from the Texas Secretary of State: Voters can use any of these Federal and Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) issued photo IDs:
  • Driver license
  • Personal identification card
  • Concealed handgun license
  • Election Identification Certificate United State's Government Issued Photo IDs
  • US Passport
  • Military identification card
  • Citizenship certificate or naturalization certificate with photograph
use ANY of these other common IDs (must include voter's name and an address that doesn't have to match your voter registration):
  • Valid voter registration certificate
  • Certified birth certificate
  • Current utility bill
  • Bank statement
  • Government check
  • Paycheck
  • or any other government document ( Including: student IDs from public high schools, community colleges, and public universities) (must include voter's name and address), along with...
    completed and signed form called an "Impediment Declaration" (available in English, Spanish, Chinese, and Vietnamese)


  • Election officials can't question you about using one of the other types of ID.
  • Poll watchers may never question any voter about voter ID issues.
  • The address on your ID does not have to match your voter registration address.
  • You need to be registered to vote in the county where you live.

Texas Voter Photo ID Law

In 2011, the Texas Legislature passed Senate Bill 14 (SB 14) creating a new requirement for voters to show photo identification when voting in person. While pending review within the judicial system, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its opinion in Shelby County v. Holder, which effectively ended all pending litigation. As a result, VOTERS ARE REQUIRED to present an approved form of photo identification in order to vote in person in all Texas Elections.