This 966-page report is the culmination of the Committee's more than 3-year long investigation and reporting. The final report was released on August 18, 2020.
- Volume 5: Counterintelligence Threats and Vulnerabilities (August, 2020)
- Volume 1: Russian Efforts Against Election Infrastructure with Additional Views (July, 2019)
- Volume 2: Russia's Use of Social Media with Additional Views (September, 2019)
- Volume 3: U.S. Government Response to Russian Activities (February, 2020)
- Volume 4: Review of the Intelligence Community Assessment (April, 2020)
Be A Voter Ambassador is an easy-to-do civic engagement project that helps improve the rate of voter turnout of 18-29-year-olds. It’s quick and easy. All you have to do is ask young people you meet in the course of your regular activities if they are registered to vote. Voter Ambassadors is non-partisan, non-profit, and issue-oriented.
More than 60 percent of people nationally are never asked to register. Research consistently shows that personal contact is the key to motivating people to take this step. Asking someone only takes a few seconds of your time and can really make a difference. Download the Voter Ambassador Plan on the Be A Voter website and share it with friends and family. Go to www.beavoter.info for details.
Voting by Mail
Voting by mail is a boon to shut-ins, people who can’t stand in lines, or people who are out of town during an election. Consider helping a neighbor apply for a vote by mail ballot (you do not have to be a Voter Registrar to help such a person). If you wish to vote by mail, you must fill out and file an application EACH CALENDAR YEAR.
ARE YOU ELIGIBLE TO VOTE BY MAIL?
Texas voters who wish to vote by mail must meet at least one of the four eligibility requirements listed below:
Contact the Early Voting Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org to request an application.
SUBMITTING THE APPLICATION
RETURNING THE BALLOT
For more information see the Williamson County Elections page: