Voter Information

Joint General and Special Elections

November 2, 2021
Early Voting, October 18-29, 2021

The deadline to register to vote in this election was October 4.

The November 2 Election is your opportunity to vote on eight proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution.

The League of Women Voters of Texas, a non-partisan group, has created a Voters Guide outlining all eight propositions, along with the arguments both for and against the propositions.  

Another resource -- with voting recommendations -- is Indivisible TX Lege.

Voters in the Lake Houston area of Harris County will vote only on the eight propositions.


Voters in east Montgomery County may also be eligible to vote in the New Caney ISD or Splendora ISD School Board Elections or in MUD District Elections. 


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Registered voters may vote at any polling location in the county during Early Voting and on Election Day.

(Voting Locations are subject to change.)



Registered voters may vote at any polling location in the county during Early Voting, but on Election Day voters must go to their assigned polling location.

Early Voting, October 18-29


October 18-23 (Mon-Sat)    7 a.m. - 7 p.m.

October 24 (Sunday)             noon - 7 p.m.

October 25-27 (Mon- Wed)  7 a.m. - 7 p.m.

October 28 (Thurs)               7 a.m. - 10 p.m.

      24-hour voting options at select locations, TBD.

October 29 (Friday)               7 a.m. - 7 p.m.

Voting Locations in Our Area

Kingwood Community Center, Auditorium and Drive-Thru

4102 Rustic Woods Drive, Kingwood

Hampton Inn and Suites

19108 Moon Trail Drive, Atascocita

Humble City Hall (Tentative Location)
114 West Higgins Street, Humble

Crosby Community Center - Large Assembly Room

409 Hare Road, Crosby


October 18-23 (Mon-Sat)    8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

October 24 (Sunday)            CLOSED

October 25-27 (Mon-Wed)  8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

October 28-29  (Thurs-Fri)  7 7 p.m.


Voting Location in Our Area

East Montgomery County Fair Ass'n Building, Green Room

21675A McCleskey Road, New Caney 

Election Day, November 2, 2021
7 a.m. - 7 p.m.

The deadline to register to vote in this election was October 4.



On November 2 registered voters may vote at any polling location in the county.

(Voting locations are subject to change.)

Voting Locations in Our Area

Kingwood Park H.S. - Performing Arts Center 
4015 Woodland Hills Drive

Foster Elementary School - Cafeteria

1800 Trailwood Village Drive

Good Shepherd Episcopal Church - Great Hall

2929 Woodland Hills Drive


Kingwood High School - Commons

2701 Kingwood Drive

Kingwood Community Center - Auditorium

4102 Rustic Woods Drive

Creekwood Middle School - Cafeteria

3603 West Lake Houston Parkway

Kingwood Branch Library – Meeting Room
4400 Bens View Lane

Deerwood Elementary School - Cafeteria

2920 Forest Garden Drive

Willow Creek Elementary School - Cafeteria
2002 Willow Terrace Drive

Riverwood Middle School -  Cafeteria

2910 High Valley Drive 

Shadow Forest Elementary School - Cafeteria

2300 Mills Branch Drive

Hidden Hollow Elementary School - Cafeteria

4104 Appalachian Trail 

Humble ISD Collaboration Center – Rooms 101/102

10203 Birchridge Drive

Atascocita Middle School - Cafeteria 

18810 West Lake Houston Parkway

Pine Forest Elementary School - Cafeteria

19702 West Lake Houston Parkway

Oaks Elementary School – Gym
5858 Upper Lake Drive

Oak Forest Elementary School - Cafeteria

6400 Kingwood Glen Drive

Timbers Elementary School – Cafeteria
6910 Lonesome Woods Trail

Lake Houston Church of Christ

8003 Farmingham Road

Hampton Inn & Suites - Meeting Room

19108 Moon Trail Drive

Lake Houston Church of the Nazarene

5616 FM 1960 East

Eagle Springs Elementary School – Cafeteria
12500 Will Clayton Parkway

Humble Middle School - Cafeteria

11207 Will Clayton Parkway

Crosby Community Center - Large Assembly Room
409 Hare Road, Crosby

Newport Elementary School – Gym
430 North Diamondhead Boulevard, Crosby

West Campus Gym
24403 East Lake Houston Parkway, Huffman

First Baptist Church, Huffman Youth Center
25259 FM 2100 Road, Huffman


On November 2 registered voters must go to their assigned polling location.

Voting Locations in Our Area

Lone Star College - Performing Arts Center

500 Royston Drive, Kingwood

Robert L. Crippen Elementary School - Gym

18690 Cumberland Boulevard, Porter

East Montgomery County Fair Ass'n Building

21675A McCleskey Road, New Caney 

Peach Creek Baptist Church

25425 FM 1485 East, New Caney 

Splendora ISD Instructional Services, Rm 102

26175 FM 2090, Splendora

Security Community Center, Main Room

18760 Highway 105 East, Cleveland

Prepare Before You Vote


The first step is making sure that you are registered to vote at your current address. Check your registration status, update your registration, or register to vote for the first time in either Harris County or Montgomery County. You can download and print the form. Be sure to sign and mail the form to complete the process. 


Go to Harris Votes or Montgomery County Elections, enter your name and address to print out the exact ballot you'll see when you go to vote. You may take this paper form with you into the voting booth. Electronic devices, however, may NOT be used inside the polling location.


Texas law requires voters to bring government-issued photo identification to the polls. A Texas Driver's License is acceptable along with several other forms of ID.


Harris County residents can also confirm the nearest voting location and the wait time there.



Answers to other frequently asked questions:


Vote By Mail

Vote By Mail is available in Texas to anyone who is registered to vote and meets one of the following criteria:

  • Away from the county of residence on Election Day and during the early voting period.​

  • Sick or disabled (Texas Election Code Sec. 82.002 provides “A qualified voter is eligible... if the voter has a sickness or physical condition that prevents the voter from appearing at the polling place on election day without a likelihood of needing personal assistance or of injuring the voter's health.”)

  • 65 years of age or older on Election Day

  • Confined to jail but eligible to vote

Applications for Vote By Mail ballots must be received by the Election Administrator's Office by October 22 in both Harris and Montgomery Counties.


Completed Vote By Mail ballots must reach the Elections office by 7 p.m. on Election Day if the envelope is not postmarked by the Post Office. (There is no guarantee it will be postmarked.) It’s recommended that the ballot be mailed several days before the deadline, and two postage stamps may be required. 

In-person drop off of a completed ballot must be done by the voter, not a proxy, on Election Day between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. at the Election Administrator's office, 1001 Preston Street, Houston. The voter must show acceptable identification. 

Additional information is available from each county's Elections Office through these links. 

The following websites offer additional voting information.

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