Early voting starts today for the November 2022 election

If you feel like this election has been going on since approximately the Clinton administration, I feel you. We are officially in the home stretch now, as early voting begins today. All the information you need for Harris County is here. The basic schedule:

October 24, 2022 — 7AM – 7PM
October 25, 2022 — 7AM – 7PM
October 26, 2022 — 7AM – 7PM
October 27, 2022 — 7AM – 7PM
October 28, 2022 — 7AM – 7PM
October 29, 2022 — 7AM – 7PM
October 30, 2022 — 12PM – 7PM
October 31, 2022 — 7AM – 7PM
November 1, 2022 — 7AM – 7PM
November 2, 2022 — 7AM – 7PM
November 3, 2022 — 7AM – 10PM
November 4, 2022 — 7AM – 7PM
Election Day
November 8, 2022 — 7AM – 7PM

The voting locations are here, or here if you prefer an alphabetical listing. Note that there are always some changes from previous elections. The West End Multi-Service Center on Heights Blvd, which I had been using lately, is no longer there but the Damascus Baptist Church Fellowship Hall, on Center Street near Studemont, has subbed in, and that’s just about as convenient for me. Look before you go, check to see how long the lines are, and get out there to vote. I’ll be keeping an eye on the totals as we proceed. The Trib has more.

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8 Responses to Early voting starts today for the November 2022 election

  1. David Fagan says:

    37 days and counting………….

  2. Noelle M says:

    There’s some construction on Center St near Harvard St (basically behind Star Pizza) but if you turn onto Center St from Studemont there are no issues. I went there and voted this morning and it went smoothly.

  3. Noelle M says:

    Sorry, should have specified that I was talking about the Damascus Baptist Church poll location.

  4. Flypusher says:

    Voted this morning, and Brazoria Co has a new feature-you print out your ballot at a voting booth, then feed the paper into a separate tabulating machine. So there is a paper trial, which is good.

  5. Alex Bunin says:

    If (like me), you are accustomed to voting early at the poll location in the basement of the County Attorney’s building (1001 Congress), it is no more. When I arrived at 9:30 a.m., neither the deputies nor the library staff, knew to where it had been moved. There is a sign on the electronic front doors, but when you approach it the doors close like an accordion, hiding the sign. Ultimately, I discovered that the closest location was in the main building of U of H Downtown at the top of Main Street. It is about a 20-minute walk, each way, so plan accordingly. Otherwise, plan to early-vote outside of downtown.

  6. Flypusher says:

    Also no polling place at Rice this year. The closest one is in the Med Center- The John P McGovern building (the one with the waterfalls).

  7. Cas Walker says:

    I’ll bite. I ran into CM Kubosh in the frozen foods aisle at HEB just before the pandemic and he told me that Kuffner is a good dude. Mr. Fagan, what happens in 37 days?

  8. League City says:

    One of the pitfalls of “cutting the cable” – is that you have to suffer the commercials. I don’t even live in Harris County, which is about 1/3 of the campaign spots playing right now. In case you were wondering, the attack ad is alive and well this year. #OTA #GetOffMyTV

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