Mail-in and absentee ballots have never played a more crucial role in an election before, and lucky for those who chose this method in Texas, you can actually figure out if your vote was received or not.

Now, election day is here, and voting is on everybody's mind so city officials are urging you to make sure your vote was received.

Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins took to Twitter to get the word out on a website called txballot.org, and you can actually find out where your ballot is and if it was received.

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Texans voted early according to the Texas Tribune 

If your ballot was not received, there is no need to panic according to Jenkins.

The process is simple, all you have to do is put in your first and last name, along with what county you sent your ballot to, and you'll be instantly told if it has been received or not. 

If it says your ballot was not received, you can find out where you can cast a provisional ballot HERE.

The polls will be open for the final time today from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Central Standard Time.

 
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