Elections officials say six forms of photo ID will work at the polls; a valid driver's license, a personal identification card, a concealed handgun license, a U.S. passport, military ID or citizenship certificate. For voters who don't have any of those, they can get a free election identification certificate at any DPS driver's license office.
Texas Secretary of State John Steen was at Holman Street Baptist Church near the University of Houston to spread the word.
"If you show up and you don't have the proper ID, you can still vote provisionally and then you have six days to go down to your county election officials and what they call "cure it". So nobody is going to walk up to the polling place and be turned away for lack of a photo ID."
Voters who are disabled or are 65 years old or older can vote by mail, a process that doesn't require a photo ID. Harris County Clerk Stan Stanart says now is the time to get your photo ID if you don't have one.
"Go get your ID, whether it be the election ID or a personal ID, because you need it. You've got to have it to vote. That's where we're at. We're here to serve you and help make people get those ID's so they can ultimately preserve the right to vote."
Mobile DPS vans will be on the road starting next Tuesday throughout the state to issue election identification certificates. You can check the DPS website for a schedule of when the mobile stations will be in the Houston area.