If you received a notice that your mail-in ballot application was rejected because you did not provide an identification number or the number included on your application did not match one of the numbers associated with your voter registration record, you may correct the defect online through the Texas Secretary of State’s Ballot by Mail Tracker, available on the homepage of www.votetexas.gov.
When you log in to the Ballot by Mail Tracker, you will be prompted to enter your personal identification number(s). Once your personal identification number is validated by the Mail Ballot Tracker, the Application for a Ballot by Mail you previously submitted will be processed.
To use the Ballot by Mail Tracker, you must enter:
- Your Texas Driver’s License Number or Texas Personal Identification Number, AND
- The last four digits of your Social Security number AND
- Your residence address as listed in your voter registration record
If you received a notice that your application was rejected for another reason, you may be able to cure the defect by submitting a new application to your county’s Early Voting Clerk with the corrected information.
To confirm your information as listed on your voter registration record, please check the ‘Am I Registered?’ tool on the Texas Secretary of State’s My Voter Portal.
If you have specific questions about your registration or the status of your vote-by-mail application, you should contact your county elections office.