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Elections Department 

Olga M. Marrero                                                                   
Election Administrator

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday from 7:30 am to 4:30 pm (opened through lunch)
(hours may vary during election cycles)


Mailing/Physical Address:

P.O. Box 188
1103 4th Street, Bldg B, Suite 101
Floresville, TX 78114


Ballot By Mail Request:
Email: elections@wilsoncountytx.gov 

Contact:
Phone: 830-393-7380
Fax: 830-393-3725 
Email: omarrero@wilsoncountytx.gov 

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  • PARTY CHAIR
    Joyce B. Miller

    CONTACT INFORMATION
    Phone: (210) 827-1814
    Email: millerjab64@gmail.com


    Texas Republican Party

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  • PARTY CHAIR
    Jennifer Dominguez

    CONTACT INFORMATION
    Phone: (830) 534-8693
    Email: wilsoncountydemocraticclub@gmail.com

    Texas Democratic Party

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  • Important Dates
    01/01/2024: First day for voters to submit a Mail Ballot Application
    10/07/2024: Last day to register to vote or update information
    10/21/2024: First day of Early Voting
    10/25/2024: Last day to submit a Mail Ballot Application
    11/01/2024: Last day of Early Voting
    11/05/2024: Election Day

    Ballot By Mail Request:
    Email: elections@wilsoncountytx.gov

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  • REGISTER TO VOTE: 
    To vote in Texas, you must be registered with your county. Simply pick up a voter registration application, fill it out completely and legibly, and return it to the Voter Registration Office at least 30 days before the election date. 

    VOTER REGISTRATION CHECK: 
    To check if you’re already registered to vote in Texas, use the following link: Am I Registered?

    HOW TO GET AN APPLICATION: 
    -Call the Voter Registration office at 830-393-7380 and request a voter registration application to be mailed to you.
    -Print a blank application and complete at home: Application
    -Submit a change request for your Voter Registration card online through Texas Online. This change is valid for address changes still within Wilson County.

    **Note: ALL completed applications must be mailed to the office or dropped off in person. PLEASE make sure hand writing is legible.**

    MAIL COMPLETED APPLICATIONS TO:
    Wilson County Elections Administration
    PO Box 188
    Floresville, TX 78114

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  • Volunteer Deputy Registrars
    help register eligible citizens to vote by distributing, reviewing, and accepting completed voter registration applications. They are appointed by county voter registrars and charged with helping increase voter registration in the state. You can be appointed as a VDR either by attending a training class given by a county elections department or by reciprocal VDR certification if you have previously been appointed as a VDR in another county.

    Qualifications
    To be appointed a Volunteer Deputy Registrar (VDR), a person must:

    • Be at least 18 years old
    • Be a Unites States citizen
    • Not have been determined by a final judgment of the court exercising probate jurisdiction to be:
      a. Totally mentally incapacitated; or
      b. Partially mentally incapacitated without the right to vote
    • Not have been finally convicted of a felony, or, if convicted must have:
      a. Fully discharged from the sentence, including any term of incarceration, parole, or supervision; or
      b. Been pardoned or otherwise released from the resulting disability to vote
    • Not have been finally convicted of identity theft under Section 32.51 of the Penal Code
    • Be a Texas Resident

    Dates and Times
    VDR classes in Wilson County will be conducted on the third Thursday of the month at 9:00 am. This schedule is subject to change during election cycles. 

    Appointment Request and Guides
    Appointment Request Form (submit this first in person or via email to elections@wilsoncountytx.gov)
    Volunteer Deputy Registrar Guide (Spanish)
    Volunteer Deputy Registrar Training (Spanish)

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  • NEW STATE LAW:
    Your application MUST include your Texas Driver’s License, Texas Personal Identification Number or Election Identification Certificate Number issued by the Department of Public Safety OR the last 4 digits of your Social Security Number and the number that you use must be associated with your voter registration record. We recommend that you write in both numbers. Your ID number(s) will also need to be in the space provided on the carrier envelope (the return envelope included with your mail ballot). When the envelope is sealed they will be hidden by the flap.

    VOTING BY MAIL:
    Absentee Ballot By Mail (ABBM) must be applied for each calendar year. You may call our office to request a application to be mailed to you or click here for a printable version of it. Completed applications can be mailed, faxed or emailed. *NOTE: our office must receive the original application within four business once it's been faxed or emailed.*

    REASONS FOR VOTING BY MAIL:
    -65 years of age or older
    -Disability
    -Expected to give birth within three weeks before or after Election Day
    -Expected absence from the county
    -Confinement in jail

    ALL APPLICATIONS ARE TO BE MAILED/FAXED/EMAILED TO
    Olga M. Marrero
    Wilson County Elections
    PO Box 188
    Floresville, TX 78114

    Fax: (830) 393-3725

    Emailed: elections@wilsoncountytx.gov

    FOR MILITARY/OVERSEAS VOTERS
    FPCA Application
    NOTE: Military and Overseas voters can mail, fax or email their completed applications. They DO NOT need to follow up with the original application if being faxed or emailed.

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  • New elections equipment will be used in all future elections.  Wilson County purchased the voting equipment from Election Systems & Software.

    TAKE A VIDEO TOUR to learn more about the voting equipment.

    Questions: Please call the Elections Office 830-393-7380. Visit in person and ask for a live demonstration of the equipment. 

    Paper ballots will still be provided upon request. 

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