We have no greater right in our republic than the right to vote in free and independent elections. The Hays County Elections Office wants everyone who chooses to vote to do so. This November 8th is the midterm elections. You can obtain an application by calling us at (51) 393-7310 or by downloading the Hays County voter registration application.
A voter with this designation will be removed from the suspension list and will be restored to active status once that person has informed the Hays County election administrator of their new address. Complete an unpostmarked postcard application and mail it, or bring it in person, to the Hays County elections office. You should notify the Hays County election administrator of your change of address as soon as possible. If you vote provisionally because you were unable to present any acceptable or supporting form of photo identification (see section below) at the time of voting, you must visit the Hays County elections office within six (calendar days) of the election date to provide one of the acceptable forms photo identification to be able to count your provisional ballot.
Pursuant to article 13,146 (b) of the Election Code, the term suspended is used to designate those voters for whom the Hays County Election Administrator does not have a current address.