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Registration, Voting, Volunteering, Yard Signs

Download a list of Democrats on the 2024 General Election Ballot in Robson Ranch.

Voter Registration

In Texas, you must be registered to vote AT YOUR CURRENT HOME ADDRESS. 
 
You will find it easier to vote if your voter registration address and the address on your Texas Driver's License are the same.  However, if they don't match, you can still vote using your Driver's License as ID.

Find out
if you are correctly registered to vote.

If you are not registered at your current home address, you should update your voter registration.

Any change to your voter registration must reach the Denton County Elections office 30 days before the start of Early Voting in the next election.
 
To register as a new voter in Texas or update your address, you have these options:

• Pick up a form at an RRDC membership meeting at the club table near the door or from a precinct chair.

• Visit the Voices United non-partisan voter registration table in the Robson Clubhouse from 9-11 am on the first Wednesday of the month.  Watch for an announcement in the HOA newsletter a few days before to confirm.


Email your Robson Democratic Precinct Chair that you need a form. You will get an email telling you where and when to pick it up.  Include your name, address and phone in the email.

• Go to the Denton County Elections office, next to the Courthouse on Loop 288 at 701 Kimberly Drive, Denton, TX, during regular business hours.

Download a registration form online, print it, fill it out and mail it to
 

   Denton County Elections
   Registrar of Voters
   PO Box 1720
   Denton, TX 76202-9904

More FAQ about voter registration.

How to Vote

Vote by mail:  You can vote by mail in Texas if you are 65 or older, sick disabled, out of the county on election day and during Early Voting, expect to give birth within three weeks before or after Election Day or are confined in jail, but otherwise eligible.

You must apply to vote by mail every year.

Download the vote-by-mail application.

More vote-by-mail FAQ.

See a sample ballot (When available, usually about two weeks before the start of early voting.)

Early Voting:  Vote in person at any polling location in Denton County in any election.  Polling locations available a few weeks before Early Voting. See a list of polling locations.

Election Day: If you choose to vote on Election Day, you must vote at your assigned polling location on Election Day or your vote won't be counted.  Usually, Robson voters vote in the Clubhouse and sometimes also the sales office, but polling locations can change without notice.  Polling locations available a few weeks before Election Day.

Find your Election Day polling location

Learn why Election Day voting is restricted to assigned polling locations in Denton County and what you can do about it.

Questions?  Email

rrprecinctchair@gmail.com

Volunteer

Register Voters: To register voters in Texas, you must be a Volunteer Deputy Registrar.  This requires a short online class and registration at the Denton Elections Office.  Learn more.

Once you're a VDR, find opportunities to register voters with the RR Democratic ClubDenton Vote Group or the Denton County Democratic Party.

Volunteer with the DCDP: Sign up to get emails about blockwalking, phone banking, and other activities.

Write Postcards:  Make a personal contact with likely Democratic voters in Robson Ranch and around the country by sending personalized letters or postcards.

 

Yard Signs:  In Robson Ranch, each household can put out yard signs for candidates or issues that are on the ballot for the next election 90 days before Election Day.​ Get yard signs.  In Robson, yard signs are legal from Aug. 7 through Nov. 15.  Complete rules.

Signs at Robson polling place(s): Sign up to put up/take down Democratic candidate signs outside Robson voting location(s) before/after Early Voting and before/after Election Day.

Robson Election Day Greeter: Sign up to greet voters and hand out campaign literature outside Robson polling location(s) on Election Day.

Serve as an Election Worker: Take a course and work at a polling place during Early Voting or Election Day. (You'll be paid.)

RRDC club members often work together at a polling location.  Contact Richard Kushmaul.

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