2023 General Election Information

Whether you are a new Fort Worth resident or you want to verify your voting district, here is everything you need to know about the 2023 General Election.



What District am I in?

As a result of redistricting, many residents will be voting in a new Council District in 2023. There are several ways you can verify your district:


District Mapping Tool

Tarrant County Voter Lookup

Type in your address to see both your current and future district under +Reference, along with other City information. Type in your address and use the slider tool to see both your current and future district. Enter your name and birthdate to find your 2023 Council District, as well as other political districts.
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You can also view a static map of all Council Districts.


Key Election Dates

  • April 6 Last day to register to vote.
  • April 24 - May 2 Early voting.
  • May 6 Election day.


Who is running for City Council?

A list of who has filed to run for Mayor and City Council is on the City Secretary's Office webpage under City Elections.


The deadline for candidates to file was Friday, Feb. 17.


Am I registered to vote?

To confirm your voter registration status, you may visit the Texas Secretary of State's "Am I Registered?" portal.

Use your driver's license # and birthdate to check your:

  • Voter registration status
  • Poll location
  • Early voting locations
  • Registration information
  • Key Election Dates


How do I register to vote?

There are several ways to register to vote:


Where do I vote?

Early Voting Locations

Registered and eligible voters may vote at any early voting location in their county of residence. Early voting locations will appear on "My Voter Portal" two days before the first day of early voting.


Election Day Voting Locations - Tarrant County

On Election Day, Tarrant County registered voters can vote at any Vote Center location from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Vote Center locations are chosen by the entity holding the election (city, ISD, or county) and therefore are not always the same.

For election information and voting locations in other counties, please see the list at the bottom of the page.


Request a presentation for your organization's meeting

The Community Engagement Office is offering Election Education presentations for any organization or group that is interested. This brief presentation will cover how to verify your voting district, how to view who is running for City Council, how to check voter registration/how to register and more.

Request Presentation


Frequently Asked Questions

See frequently asked questions from VoteTexas.gov and Tarrant County Elections to learn more about elections.


Additional Resources