Tarrant County approved for countywide polling places
On Friday, Sept. 6, Tarrant received approval from the Texas Secretary of State to have countywide voting for the Nov. 5 election.
Last month, Tarrant County Commissioners approved the purchase of 3,000 Hart Verity voting machines and 400 ballot scanners at a cost of $11 million.
“It is our understanding that the county presently has sufficient equipment to conduct the November 5, 2019 constitutional amendment election,” said Keith Ingram, Director of Elections for the Texas Secretary of State in a letter to Tarrant County Judge Glen Whitley.
Tarrant County will still use all 340 polling places so voters can still vote at their regular polling place on Election Day but voters now have the option to vote at any polling place in the county.
Early voting begins on Oct. 21.
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