Individuals may request lists of voters from specific elections. Please submit the
Public Information Request Form
Voter Registration is an ongoing responsibility of both the Elections Office and county residents. If you need to update your information because you have moved or have had a change in name, do not wait until the next election.
A voter must show an acceptable photo indentification at the polling place before the voter can be accepted for voting, unless the voter has a reasonable impediment to obtaining one of these forms or the voter qualifies for one of the other expemptions.
- Texas Driver's License issued by DPS
- Texas Personal Identification issued by DPS
- Texas Election Cerrificate issued by DPS
- Texas Concealed Handgun License issued by DPS
- U.S. Military Identification Card containing the person's photograph
- U.S. Citizenship Certificate containing the person's photograph
- U.S. Passport
(with the exception of hte U.S. Citizenship certificate, the identification must be current or have expired no more htan 4 years before being presented for voter qualificiation
If a voter has not been able to obtain one of the forms listed above and the voter has a reasonable impediment to obtaining such identification, the voter has the right to execute a Reasonable Impediment Delcration and present one of the following supporting docuemnts:
- valid voter registration certificate
- certified birth certificate (must be an original)
- copy of or original current utility bill
- copy of or original bank statement
- copy of or original government check
- copy of or original paycheck
- copy of or original other governemnt document that displays your name and an address (though an original is required if it contains a photograph)
Exemptions: Voters with a disability may apply for a permenant exemption to presenting photo identification. Voters with a religious objection or voter who cannte present an acceptable photo id due to certain natural disasters may apply for a temporary expemption. Contact the voter registrar.
Provisional Voting: If a voter does not present one of the accepable forms of photo identification listed above, whihs is not expired more than four years, and the voter does not have a reasonalbe impediment ot obtaining one of these forems of idenfificatin, or if the voter does have one of the accptable forms of identification, but did not bring it to the polling place, the voter may cast a provisional ballot at the polls and will have six (6) calendar days after election day to present a valid form of photo identification in the presences of the county voter registrar.