Early voting begins April 22 for local city and school district elections taking place May 4. Here are some of the key things to know before going to your local polling location.

A quick note

Early voting will run from April 22-30, and all registered voters can vote at any of the nine early voting locations in Montgomery County at the following times:
  • April 22-27: 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • April 29-30: 7 a.m-7 p.m.
During election day May 4, all registered voters will vote at their designated voting precincts. Voters can input their information on the voter registration lookup tool on Montgomery County’s election site to find which voting precinct they are in.

What else?

Nine early voting locations are spread across the county in each precinct at the following locations:
  • North Montgomery County Community Center, Meador Room
  • Lone Star Community Center, Cissy Boulware Room
  • West Montgomery County Community Development Center, green room
  • East Montgomery County Fair Association Building, main room
  • Central Library, meeting room
  • Magnolia Event Center, LGI 1
  • Spring Creek Greenway Nature Center, community center
  • East Montgomery County Community Development Center, Hayden and Dunn conference rooms
  • Shenandoah Municipal Complex, council chambers
Also of note

Sample ballots are now available for voters to view for Montgomery County. During the May 4 election, the Montgomery County Appraisal District will hold the first election of board members for three seats on the MCAD board of directors.

Created as part of the 2023 Texas Legislative session, Senate Bill 2 required counties to create publicly elected members of appraisal district boards.

Follow along on election night with Community Impact’s election coverage and election guide.