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2012 VotingGuide-ThumbnailFriday, Nov. 2 day is the last day of early voting for the 2012 General Election in Texas. Election day is Tuesday, Nov. 6.

To help voters cast an informed vote, the Progress Times has posted online the Voters Guide, published by the non-partisan League of Women Voters of Texas. Readers can view or print this guide here.

Included in the Voters Guide are candidates for US President, statewide offices, regional Courts of Appeal and State Board of Education.

Readers may also enter their address at the League of Women Voters website to view national and statewide races and positions of candidates for those races. This site also displays the reader’s polling location address and map.

Texas consistently ranks among the lowest states in eligible voter turnout. LWV-TX is committed to making a difference by providing easily accessible candidate and voting information.

"By inviting candidates from all in contested races to address some of today's toughest issues and including their unedited responses, we help Texas voters really get to know their candidates," says Linda Krefting, President of LWV-TX. "LWV-TX invites candidates from all political parties and does not support or oppose any candidate or political party," she adds.

When you head to vote, remember to take your voter registration certificate or other acceptable identification. Photo identification is not required, however, some form of identification is required for those who do not present their voter registration certificate. Acceptable identification includes a driver’s license, personal identification card issued by the Department of Public Safety, birth certificate, passport, official mail addressed to you from a governmental entity or other government document that shows your name and address. Also, a utility bill, bank statement or paycheck that shows your name and address.

The list of acceptable IDs can be found at

ID Requirements to Vote in the Nov. 6 Texas General Election

Take your voter registration certificate to the polls. If you do not have your voter registration certificate, other forms of acceptable identification include:

  • Driver’s license
  • Personal identification card issued by the Dept. of Public Safety
  • Another form of identification containing your photo­graph
  • Birth certificate
  • United States passport or United States citizenship papers
  • Official mail addressed to you from a governmental entity, government check, or other government docu­ment that shows your name and address
  • Pay check that shows your name and address, current utility bill or bank statement

General Election • November 6, 2012 • Election Day Polling Locations

HIDALGO COUNTY, TEXAS • Polls open from 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.






12 & 82


Granjeno City Hall

6603 S. FM 494

Conference Room

11, 196, 197, 198 & 257

La Joya

Economic Development Center Building

105 N. Michael


64, 99, 183, 217, 219, & 254

La Joya

Kika De La Garza School

5441 N. La Homa Road


9, 218, 220, 243 & 248


Veterans Memorial High School

700 E. 2 Mile Road

Main Entrance



Kika De La Garza Building

921 E. 12th St.

Main Entrance

10, 63 & 102


Mission City Hall

1201 East 8th

Community Room

78, 89, 125, 131, 132, 133, 165, 182, 209, 241, 244 & 256


Salinas Elementary School

6 3/4 Miles North Conway

Room #7

93, 94, 128 & 204


Mission Fire Department

415 W. Tom Landry

Training Room

28 & 98


O’Grady Elementary School

810 W. Griffin Parkway


86, 101, & 236


Church of Christ

1410 E. 3 Mile Rd

Main Entrance

29, 100, 185, 187 & 208


Palmview City Hall

400 W. Veterans Blvd.


78, 186 & 210


Co. Comm. Pct. #3 Ofc.

724 N. Breyfogle Road

Main Entrance

50, 145, 170, 194 & 195


Peñitas Public Library

1320 S. Main Portable


38, 188, 203 & 215


Mission Fire Station #3

1804 N. Shary Rd.

Main Entrance



John H. Shary Elementary

2300 N. Glasscock


51 & 80


Fire Station

500 Cenizo Drive

Main Entrance


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