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Early Voting, Houston!

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Click here for early voting times and locations. Weekends, too! Starts today through Oct 31st.
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thanks!

this is awesome, thanks for the posting. im going tomorrow!
post #3 of 29
We voted this morning!!! It was so crowded!!!

And no problems voting. No weird vote turning to the wrong candidate problems!

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I'm so excited to vote! :::

YES WE CAN!!!
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We voted this morning!!! It was so crowded!!!
I went to vote today at 6:30ish, there was NO line. Awesome!

Anyone else vote today? Was it crowded?
post #6 of 29
Where did you vote? We went by the west gray center today and it was mobbed... hoping to try some place less crowded.

-Angela
post #7 of 29
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The last 2 times I've early voted I went to the Moody Rec Center on Fulton. Short lines and seemed closer (for you and me, Angela) than driving to W. Gray. We're going today so I'll update later.
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Where did you vote? We went by the west gray center today and it was mobbed... hoping to try some place less crowded.

-Angela
Kingwood location- that's the sleepy suburbs for you...
post #9 of 29
DH and I both voted this week in Montgomery County. It was quick and we had no problems.

For those in The Woodlands, avoid the polling place at the Community Center. It has had a crazy long line all week. The library off of Ashlane Way (by the YMCA) is much less busy. I hope this helps someone out.
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DH and I both voted this week in Montgomery County. It was quick and we had no problems.

For those in The Woodlands, avoid the polling place at the Community Center. It has had a crazy long line all week. The library off of Ashlane Way (by the YMCA) is much less busy. I hope this helps someone out.
Here is a link to voting information in Montgomery County for people in other areas of Montgomery County: http://www.mctx.org/election/
post #11 of 29
my husband voted at the wirt location in spring branch. it was EMPTY... which sort of makes me sad.

my voter registration got rejected, I did an address change and I have no idea what I must have done wrong... but it got rejected. I am working on getting that fixed if not I will fill a provisional one.
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ooo, good to know. We're reasonably close to the spring branch location. I think a lot of people go over to W. Gray b/c everyone seems to know where it is.

-Angela
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Do not fill out a provisional ballot!!!! A voting judge (can't remember official name) can make a ruling right at the polls about your address change!!!! Go to StealBackYourVote.org They have a 1-800 # you can call for help too!

Sorry. Too much listening to the radio with the non-Bobby Kennedy, Jr. author.

We went to the Power Center. It's at Main and S. Post Oak. Line was long, but moved quickly. We were only there total 30 minutes.
post #14 of 29
voted at lunch time on thursday at Moody Park. NO WAIT!
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Originally Posted by almadianna View Post
my husband voted at the wirt location in spring branch. it was EMPTY... which sort of makes me sad.

my voter registration got rejected, I did an address change and I have no idea what I must have done wrong... but it got rejected. I am working on getting that fixed if not I will fill a provisional one.


I voted there wed. and the line went real fast. George and Barbara Bush were there casting their vote.
post #16 of 29
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I ended up waiting til the last early voting day, today. I went to the Moody Rec Center location on Fulton this morning and waited 5 minutes in line.

As far as lines go I would think any location today would be better than the lines on the 4th. Happy voting!
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I'm going to try to vote today. I see that it's no recommended to do a provisional ballot, but I don't know much about a voting judge to argue. That site was a little difficult to navigate.
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If your issue is having moved, if you were registered at your old address you can go vote there.

-Angela
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I'm registered in Louisiana.
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