Voting is a fundamental right of every citizen in the United States, and Fort Bend County is no exception. The county elections administrator is responsible for conducting federal, state, and county elections, as well as elections for other government entities that may contract election services with the County. Once your voter registration has been accepted by the county voter registrar, it will take effect 30 days later. When you go to the voting center, you will be asked to present one of the forms of photo identification listed below.
If you do not have one of these forms of identification, you can still vote provisionally. You will then have six days to present appropriate identification to the county voter registrar for your ballot to be accepted. If you are unable to obtain an acceptable form of photo identification in a reasonable manner, you may submit a justifying form of identification and sign a statement of reasonable impediment. Limited ballots are only available during the early voting period and only at the Fort Bend County Elections Office in Rosenberg.