"The letter didn't have correct information for disqualifying my vote," Wooley says. It said I registered on line and that wasn't a valid way to be registered, when I actually registered in person at DPS when I got my driver's license in December."
Wooley not only knew she had registered, she had the receipt proving it.
"We need to look into the cause of this and make sure it doesn't happen again," says J. R. Harris, Director of Compliance at the Harris County Tax Assessor/Tax Collector's Office.
Katy ISD properly checked with the county about Wooley's provisional ballot.
Read more here: http://www.fox26houston.com/news/156227656-story
BE PROACTIVE: CONFIRM YOUR VOTER REGISTRATION STATUS WITH BOTH THE SECRETARY OF STATE & HARRIS COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR COLLECTOR & VOTER REGISTAR'S OFFICES
Confirm your voter registration status with the Texas Secretary of Statehttps://teamrv-mvp.sos.texas.gov/MVP/mvp.do
Confirm your voter registration status with the Harris County Tax Assessor Collector & Voter Registrar http://www.hctax.net/Voter/Search
This is a great reminder that if you registered to vote at the DPS, and within 30 days you don't received a voter registration certificate from our office, call our office at 713-274-VOTE. Or go to our website," Harris says. The website is HCTAX.net. There, a quick search will tell you if you're registered.
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