AUSTIN, Texas - A statewide online mail-in-ballot tracker is now available for voters in Texas.
Voters are required to provide their name, registration address, last four digits of their social security number, and either their driver's license number or DPS ID number. From there, voters can see if their application has been received and if it was accepted or rejected as well as if their ballot has been mailed to them, received by the early voting clerk, and accepted or rejected.
The tracker is updated using data provided to the Secretary of State by Texas counties.
"Excited to announce the statewide Ballot By Mail Tracker is now online!" Rep. John Bucy III (D) said in a tweet. "We passed HB 1382 to create this tool to increase accessibility, efficiency, & transparency for Texas voters. #txlege"