Voting Resources

We have an opportunity and responsibility as Christians in our country to make good and god-honoring decisions when it comes to voting for government officials. Below you can find resources to help you wisely navigate and engage in conversations about voting and politics.

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The Life Initiative

Equipping the church to care for women, men, and the preborn in unexpected pregnancies and abortions.

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Family Restoration

Helping parents break patterns of addictions, violence, and poverty so they can care for their children and prevent family breakdown.

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Watermark Health

Serving under-resourced and uninsured residents with low-cost urgent care and engaging the community in the Gospel at two locations and a mobile clinic.

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Watermark Community Development Corporation

Transforming the economic welfare of our community through job creation, financial literacy, and business development.

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Investing in and serving the staff, students, and families of local schools all over our city.

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Local International

Building relationships with neighbors from other countries to help them get acclimated to a new environment while engaging in gospel conversations and expanding your worldview.

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Poverty Alleviation/Homelessness

Building relationships to help meet the basic needs of our community through the efforts of our partner organizations.

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Caring for and coming alongside those who have been impacted by incarceration.

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Anti-sex Trafficking

Fighting the roots and symptoms of sex-trafficking in our city to bring justice and healing to those affected by this industry.

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When do you vote?

  • Early voting: October 24-November 4
  • Election day: Tuesday, November 8
  • Voting by mail? Read the details below.

Voting by Mail

Certain voters can vote early by mail (over 65, sick or disabled, or you will be away from your county during Early Voting and on Election Day).

  • Application for Voting by Mail: In Texas, apply here for a mailed ballot in the county in which you are registered to vote. Your application must be received by the Early Voting Clerk by Friday, October 28.
  • Mailing Your Ballot: Your county’s Early Voting Clerk must receive your marked ballot by Tuesday, November 8 (Election Day) at 7 PM.