EL PASO, Texas -- Early voting for the 2022 November 8 election in Texas starts Monday and will continue through November 4.
For more information on voting locations and times, Election Day Vote Centers, and more, click on the ABC-7 Your Voice Your Vote Voter Guide, or call the El Paso County Elections Office at 915-546-2154 with any questions.
Voters are reminded that 6,000 corrected ballots were sent out earlier this month due to an error found on the ballots initially sent out. El Paso County Elections Administrator Lisa Wise told ABC-7 voters can send in a corrected ballot even if they already sent one in, and if they decide not to, their initial ballot will still count. Only one ballot will count per voter. If you received a ballot by mail, check to ensure you have the corrected ballot.
Additionally, former candidate for El Paso City Council District 1 Freddy Klayel-Avalos dropped out from the race but remains on the ballot. City representative Laura Cruz-Acosta said, "Any votes cast in his name will still count as a vote for him."