Early Election Voting

Early voting information located below under announcements.

 

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Request Ballot by Mail
Sample ballots are available from the precinct locations page. You can also request a ballot by mail. Click here to download the request form.

 

 

Announcements

 

Last Day to Apply for Ballot by Mail Oct. 24,2014 (NEW LAW 9th day before election day, regular BBM) Received NOT POSTMARKED
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Last Day to Apply for Ballot by Mail FPCA Oct. 28,2014 Deadline (UNCHANGED 7th day before election day, FPCA) Received, NOT POSTMARKED
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Waller County Elections Office Address Waller Co. Elections Office 836 Austin St. Room 103 Hempstead, TX 77445
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Early Voting Early Voting locations, dates and hours.
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Election Day November 4, 2014 Election Day locations
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2014 Deputy Voter Registrar Training Classes Dates and Times
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Election Calendar Helpful Dates and Deadlines
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Serving Waller County Voters

Dan Teed is the Election Administrator for all elections conducted by Waller County. The Waller County Commissioners Court approved consolidating elections and voter registration into one office, which is now the Election Administration Office. This change went into effect August 1, 2013.

It is the responsibility of the Elections Office to administer the election process and comply with the statutory functions outlined in federal and state law under the United States Constitution, the United States Federal Code, and the Texas Election Code Laws. The Waller County Elections Office staff comply with the high standards needed to achieve election integrity. Election integrity is a necessity directed by law and cannot be compromised.

The primary duties of the Election Office include:

  • Acquire early voting locations as approved by Commissioners Court.
  • Establish election day voting locations as approved by Commissioners Court.
  • Coding the election and tabulating all votes.
  • Accepting requests for ballots sent by mail and tabulating all returned ballots.
  • Depository for all official campaign disclosure forms for local candidates.
  • Educate all election workers to ensure compliance with state and federal election laws.
  • Resource center for Waller County schools, cities and other entities needing to contract with the County for their local elections.
  • Archive election results from past elections as required by law.
  • Voter registration