Voting by Mail
Voting by mail is a boon to anyone who is homebound, 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:
- 65 years of age or older
- Sick or disabled
- Expected Absence from the County (Must be absent during the entire early voting period, Election Day, AND provide an out-of-county address where your ballot can be mailed, AND include dates you can receive mail at the out-of-county address)
- Confined in jail, but otherwise eligible to vote
Contact the Early Voting Clerk at email@example.com to request an application.
SUBMITTING THE APPLICATION
- Mail it to: Early Voting Clerk, PO Box 209, Georgetown, TX 78627
- Or scan it and submit via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Or FAX it to (512) 943-1634
- Or Hand deliver to the Elections Department
RETURNING THE BALLOT
- Marked ballots must be received prior to 7:00 PM on election day.
- Marked ballots can be mailed to our office via the United States Postal Service or contract carrier (FedEx, DHL, UPS, etc.).
- Marked ballots may also be hand-delivered to our office by the voter on Election Day between the hours of 7:00 am and 7:00 pm and you must present an acceptable form of Photo ID.
- Voters who are returning their ballots from outside of the United States must have their ballots postmarked at or before 7PM on Election Day, and the ballot must be received in our office no later than five days after the election (if the 5th day falls on a Sunday or legal state or national holiday, the ballot must be received by the next business day).
For more information see the Williamson County Elections page: