I'm going on a trip to Mexico and they told me I need my voter registration card to get back. I don't have it. Can you send me one or can I come in and get it?

The voter certificate will take 2 weeks to 30 days or you can retrieve a certified copy of your records by coming to the office. We need something in writing requesting us to mail you a replacement card. If you come in, we can give you a letter certifying your voter registration for 15 cents per page. However, we can't guarantee that the custom officials will allow you to use the letter as a form of ID. Since 9/11/2001, it is no longer accepted as part of Homeland Security procedures.

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1. Who can Register?
2. When can I register to Vote?
3. Where can I register to vote?
4. How often do I have to register to vote?
5. Am I able to change my address or apply for VR card online?
6. Do I need to bring my voter certificate/card? Will I be able to vote without it?
7. Must a Texas Drivers License (TDL)# be provided on a VR application?
8. What if I move?
9. How can I find out if I am registered to vote or if you have my correct address?
10. What do volunteer deputy registrars do?
11. Who may serve as a volunteer deputy registrar?
12. Who may NOT become a volunteer deputy registrar?
13. How do I get the voter registration cancelled if my family member is deceased?
14. I want to speak to somone in the Republican/Democratic party or contact a particular candidate.
15. I just moved into Hidalgo County but never registered to vote. This being Election Day, can I still pratice my right to vote?
16. How much time does a person have to respond to a supplemental letter?
17. I'm going on a trip to Mexico and they told me I need my voter registration card to get back. I don't have it. Can you send me one or can I come in and get it?