Whoever you plan on voting for, if you don't have the right paperwork, you won't be able to cast your ballot.
The last day to register for the November 4 election is Monday.
Last week, the Brazos County voter registration office said upwards of 500 applications were coming in each day, along with walk-in applicants.
If you're mailing your form in, it has to be postmarked with Monday's date. The courthouse is the place to go to find an application.
For Brazos County residents, you can also pick up a form at the post offices in the Twin Cities, the public libraries and at each city hall.
Don't know if you're registered? Need more information? Click on the links below to learn more.
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