Register to Vote or Update Your Address
There are several ways listed below that you can register to vote or update your address information:
If you have never registered to vote in Texas, visit VoteTexas.gov to fill out a voter registration application online. You will then need to print it, sign it, and mail it to the Nacogdoches County Elections Office – 203 W. Main St. – Nacogdoches, TX 75961.
Visit the Nacogdoches County Elections Office in person at 203 W. Main St. – Nacogdoches, TX 75961 to fill out a voter registration application.
Call the Nacogdoches County Elections Office at (936) 560-7825 and make a request for a voter registration application to be mailed to you.
If you are not sure if you are already registered to vote in Texas, then you can check by visiting here.
If you are registered to vote in Texas and would like to update your address information online, then you may visit here.
*Note – Often the Nacogdoches County Elections Office receives calls regarding registering to vote by party affiliation,
or requests to change party affiliation. In some States, you do register to vote by party, but in Texas you simply register
to vote. Texas has open primaries, meaning at the beginning of each year all voters have clean slates as far as party
affiliation is concerned, and voters may freely choose to vote in either the Democratic Primary or Republican Primary
once they arrive at polling places. When the General Election arrives in November, all voters essentially receive the
same ballot¹ and all Democratic, Green, Libertarian, Republican, and Independent candidates are listed for voters to
choose from². Voters may vote split tickets choosing candidates from different political parties in different contests
in General Elections.
¹With the exception of local Commissioner Precinct level contests.
²The names of eligible Write-In candidates will be posted in the voting booths.