HOUSTON – Early voting ends Friday.
The Harris County Clerk’s Office provided more voter access than ever before, tripling the number of early voting centers from just over 40 in 2016 to 122 this November. Visit www.HarrisVotes.com/Locations to find your nearest voting center, along with approximate wait times at voting centers across the county. All 122 early voting locations will be open until 7 p.m. Friday.
“My number one priority is to keep voters and election workers safe this November,” said Harris County Clerk Chris Hollins. “We know that voting by mail is the safest and most convenient way to vote, but for the thousands of Harris County residents that are not eligible, we’ve provided more opportunities to vote and stay safe than ever before in Texas history. We’ve worked hard to provide a safe in-person voting experience and give voters more choices in how they cast their ballot - from larger, safer locations to voting from the comfort and safety of your vehicle. I encourage everyone to make your plan to vote and to take advantage of the early voting period to cast your ballot safely this fall.”
Late-night Twitter: you might be interested in overnight voting in Houston this week. Voting Centers open at 7 a.m. Oct. 29th and don't close until 7 p.m. Oct. 30th. #HarrisVotes #HouNews #Houston #Election2020 pic.twitter.com/wbm8VBRdNB— Harris County Clerk (@HarrisVotes) October 27, 2020
There are 24-hour voting locations that will be available on Thursday, Oct. 29. They are:
1 NRG Parkway