Voting is one of the most important rights we have in our republic. The Hays County Elections Office wants everyone who chooses to vote to do so. This November 8th is the midterm elections, and if you're a resident of Hays County, Texas, you'll need to know where to go and what to do in order to cast your ballot. The first step is to obtain a voter registration application.
You can do this by calling the Hays County Elections Office at (51) 393-7310 or by downloading the application from their website. Once you've filled out the application, you can mail it in or bring it in person to the Hays County Elections Office. If you've recently moved and need to update your address, you can do so by completing an unpostmarked postcard application and mailing it or bringing it in person to the Hays County Elections Office. It's important that you notify the Hays County Election Administrator of your change of address as soon as possible.
If you're on the suspension list due to an outdated address, you'll be removed from the list and restored to active status once you've informed the Hays County Election Administrator of your new address. When it comes time to vote, you'll need to present an acceptable form of photo identification. If you're unable to present any acceptable or supporting form of photo identification at the time of voting, you must visit the Hays County Elections Office within six calendar days of the election date in order to provide one of the acceptable forms of photo identification and have your provisional ballot counted. The Hays County Elections Office is dedicated to ensuring that everyone who chooses to vote is able to do so.
If you have any questions about voting in Hays County, Texas, don't hesitate to contact them for more information.