2012 General Presidential Election Polling Places
2012 General Presidential Election Early Voting Polling Places
For early voting, you may vote at any of the early voting polling places.
- List and Map of the 2012 General Presidential Election Early Voting Polling Places
- Schedule and List of the 2012 General Presidential Election Early Voting Polling Places [PDF]
2012 General Presidential Election Day Polling Places
For election day, you must go to the designated polling place for your precinct.
Use the following steps to find your polling place:
- Determine your polling precinct number.
- Look on your voter registration card, or
- Use the Secretary of State's Voter Information Search
- Locate your polling place.
What is a Precinct?
Brazos County is divided into election precincts. These are boundaries that allow for localization of issues to be decided by election. Each county election precinct is identified by a number, and a voter is assigned his or her precinct number according to where he or she lives. The precinct number is used to determine at which polling place voters will vote.
What is a Polling Place?
A polling place is an assigned location staffed with election officials and voting equipment where the voter goes to cast his or her ballot. A polling place may be combined with several election precincts if approved by the Commissioner's Court.