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Early Voting Clerk


Jodi Duck
           
300 Main
Big Spring, Texas 79720
  OR
  PO Box 1069
Big Spring, Texas 79721

 
           
Phone: 432-264-2273
Fax: 432-264-2275

Email: HCVotes@gmail.com

  • You may vote early by mail if:

    • You will be away from your county on Election Day and during early voting;
    • You are sick or disabled;
    • You are 65 years of age or older on Election Day; or
    • You are confined in jail, but eligible to vote.

    You can get a formal application for a ballot by mail from:


    If you are voting early because of expected absence, you may apply in person for a ballot by mail before the early “voting in person” period begins (usually the 17th day before the election).


    You can write your own application for a ballot by mail, as long as it contains:

    • Your signature, or a witness’ signature if you cannot sign;
    • Your name and the address at which you are registered to vote;
    • The address to which the ballot is to be mailed;
    • The election date and the election for which you are requesting a ballot (for a primary election, you must state the political party’s primary in which you want to vote); and
    • A reason why you are eligible to vote early by mail. To be eligible to vote early because you expect to be out of the county, your application must state the out-of-county address where you want your ballot mailed.



    Your ballot by mail application must be sent to the Early Voting Clerk in the county where you are registered to vote. Applications must be received (not postmarked) by last day of the application period. All applications to vote by mail must be received by the early voting clerk no later than 5:00 p.m. Applications to vote by mail must be submitted by mail, common or contract carrier, or fax.




    You may send in your application for a ballot by mail by:

    • Regular mail;
    • Common or contract carrier; or
    • Fax (if a fax machine is available to the Early Voting Clerk)

    The Early Voting Clerk must receive your marked ballot by 7 p.m. on Election Day or by the 5th day after Election Day if your ballot is submitted from outside the United States.

    Absentee voter deadlines (Ballot by Mail)

    Application by mail – received by Oct 23

    Application in person – Oct 23

    Submission by mail – On or before Nov 3

    Submission in person – On or before Nov 3

    (call 264-2273, email HCVotes@gmail.com, or come by for an application)

  • All Early voting is conducted at the Howard County Court house located at 300 S Main, Big Spring, Texas.

    Howard County is part of the Vote Center program. You may go to ANY of the locations on Election Day and vote your precinct ballot. Election Day locations are open 7:00 am to 7:00 pm.

    Early Voting
    October 13th to October 28th  8am-5pm weekdays only
    October 29th and 30th  7am-7pm

    Election Day
    General Election November 3rd  7am-7pm

  • Countywide Poll Locations
    Any registered voter can vote at ANY location on ELECTION DAY

    Howard County is part of the Vote Center program. You may go to any of the locations on Election Day and vote your precinct ballot.  Election Day locations are open 7:00 am to 7:00 pm.

    Prairie View Baptist Church
    1004 West FM 2230 

    Ryan Hall/St. Thomas Church
    605 North Main Street

    First Baptist Church
    705 W. FM 700

    Dorothy Garrett Coliseum
    1001 Birdwell Lane

    Salem Baptist Church
    7505 Old Colorado City Hwy

    Coahoma Community Center
    306 North Avenue
    Coahoma, TX 79511

    Forsan Baptist Church
    201 Main St
    Forsan, TX 79733

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