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Vote FOR Prop K to

Pass the El Paso Climate Charter

We collected nearly 39,000 signatures so El Paso can adopt a CLIMATE CHARTER. Your “FOR” vote will create jobs, protect our water, and encourage solar power. The election for the El Paso Climate Charter will be held on May 6, 2023.

Early voting April 24 - May 2.
Election Day May 6, 2023.

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When and where to vote in El Paso

During Early Voting and on Election Day, El Paso residents may vote at any polling location in the county.

Early Voting hours

Times vary by location.

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Election Day hours

  1. Election Day

    Hours of operation

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What is this about?

After collecting nearly 30,000 signatures of registered El Paso voters, the election to pass the El Paso Climate Charter, which will create jobs, protect our water, and encourage solar power in El Paso, will be held on May 6, 2023.

Read more about the El Paso Climate Charter.

What does the petition say?

Am I registered to vote in this election?

Every currently registered voter in the city of El Paso is eligible to vote in the May 6 election. Not sure if you're registered to vote? We can help you check and register to vote if you're eligible.

The deadline to register to vote in the May 6 election is April 6, 2023.

What do I need to bring to the polls?

In order to vote in-person or to return your mail-in ballot in person in Texas, you'll need an acceptable form of photo ID, current or expired less than 4 years.

  • Texas Driver’s License / ID card
  • Texas election ID
  • Texas handgun license
  • US military ID with photo
  • US citizenship certificate with photo
  • US passport

I don't have any of those forms of ID. Can I still vote?

Yes. If your ID is expired by *more than four years*, or if you don't possess one of the 7 acceptable forms of photo ID, you are still eligible to vote, but you'll need to fill out a form called a "reasonable impediment form". Contact the El Paso County voter registrar for more information, or call (915) 546-2154.

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