Voting Information in Texoma - - No One Gets You Closer

Voting Information in Texoma


TEXOMA -- Election day is just eight days away and you may have questions regarding voting in your county.

OKLAHOMA -- If you haven't voted in a while in Bryan County new precinct lines were drawn in the Fall of 2011 during redistricting.   So make sure to check your precinct number and its polling location.  

The Bryan County Election Board says in Oklahoma, across all 77 counties. You need to bring a form of identification with you to the polls.

"Identification is required they need to bring either their voter ID card that is given from the election board office or driver's license or state ID, as long as their name matches what is on the precinct registry and it's a Oklahoma driver's license or I. D.," explains Linda Fahrendorf, Secretary of Bryan County Election Board.

You can also participate in early voting in Oklahoma this Friday, November 2nd from 8am to 6pm, November 3rd from 8am to 1pm, and November 5th from 8am to 6pm.

For information on your voting location you can go to your state's web site

TEXAS -- For voters in Texas all you need the day of election is your voter registration card or a valid Texas I. D.   As far as voting locations, you are assigned a place to vote based on  your home address.

For a list of precinct numbers and their polling locations in Grayson County you can go to

For other county voting locations in Texas you can go to:

Remember early voting is still going on in Texas you can continue to go each day this week through Friday from 7am to 7pm.  Registered voters can do the early vote at a number of different locations including the Grayson County Courthouse, Grayson County Sub-Courthouse, Pottsboro ISD Administration Building, Whitesboro City Hall, and Grayson College, Van Alstyne Campus.