Voter Registration

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Vote logoTo be eligible to register in Texas, you must:

  • be a U.S. citizen;
  • be a resident of the county;
  • be 18 years old;
  • not be a convicted felon (unless a person's sentence is completed, including any probation or parole);
  • not declared mentally incapacitated by a court of law

Important note: To be eligible to vote in any election you must be registered 30 days prior to Election Day.


Voter Registration

In Person
Voter registration applications may be acquired at our office:

Smith County Elections Administration Office
302 E. Ferguson
Tyler, Texas 75702

For questions, call or fax:
Phone: (903) 590-4777
Fax: (903) 590-4778

By Mail
Request an application be mailed to you.

Mail completed applications to:

Smith County Elections Administration Office
302 E. Ferguson
Tyler, Texas 75702


Address Changes

Please ensure our office has the most up to date information. It is essential that you keep your voter information current so that you may vote in the correct precinct and elections.

Online Address Changes
If you have moved within the county, you may change your name or address online. Take advantage of this service provided by the Secretary of State.

In Person
Address or name changes may be made in our office or at the DPS office when renewing your drivers license.

If you are a Smith County registered voter and are moving within Smith County you may flip your voter certificate over, sign your name and list your new address in the spaces provided. Mail the certificate to the following address:

Smith County Elections Administration
302 E. Ferguson
Tyler, Texas 75702

Request an application be mailed to you


College Students

Students are provided with two options. It is strictly up to the student as to where they want to claim their residence, which elections they want to participate in, and how they would like to vote.

Register Here
To register in Smith County, you may follow the same steps to register as outlined on the Voter Registration tab and download a form or use the links to request a form be mailed to you.

Register at Home
If your home address is outside the state of Texas , you may download a form and accompanying guide that gives information for each state.

If your home address is in the state of Texas, you may download the same form located on the Voter Registration" tab, or use the links to request a form be mailed to you.

Mail your completed form to the voter registrar of your county. Find the office responsible for voter registration in your county.