of Elected Officials
County Elections Office
Upcoming Elections 2014
4 General Election
20 Early Voting Begins
31 Early Voting Ends
is the tool citizens use to select leaders and to hold them accountable. When
that tool is not used, when only a few citizens elect leaders and a large number
of Americans do not participate in elections, the future of our democracy is
threatened. The more we express our values and concerns through voting, the
better our elected leaders will be able to represent us. Therefore we urge
each eligible person to register to vote, encourage a friend to register
to vote, and above all, on election day get out and vote!
FAQ] [How to Register] [Upcoming
Elections] [Important Dates] [Local
a U.S. citizen;
a resident of the county;
18 years old (you may register at 17 years and 10 months);
a convicted felon (unless a person's sentence is completed, including any
probation or parole)
declared mentally incapacitated by a court of law
DO I VOTE?
election day, vote at the site assigned to your precinct
locations are listed in local newspapers during the early voting period and
on election day.
TO UPDATE YOUR VOTER REGISTRATION
you move within a county or wish to make a name change, correct the
information on your card and send to the Elections Office. Alternatively, you may contact the Elections Office for
a change information form.
you move to another county or have just moved from another county,
re-register in the new county of residence.
must be completed 30 days prior to
an election to be able to vote in a new precinct
TO VOTE EARLY
voters may vote at any designated early polling site within the county, city
or district calling the election
voting begins 17 days and ends 4 days prior to election day
TO VOTE ABSENTEE BY MAIL
MAY VOTE ABSENTEE BY MAIL?
voter absent from the county, city or district during the early voting
period and on election day
voter with a disability
voter who is 65 or older on election day
voter who is confined to jail
OFFICIALS REPRESENT MY PRECINCT?
IS MY PRECINCT?
the left half of a Voter Registration Certificate, the precinct number is in
the middle box in the second row of boxes
The boxes on the right side give the district or precinct number for
your State Senator, State Representative, County Commissioner, Justice of
the Peace, City Representative, and School District.
DO I REGISTER?
up an application at the public libraries, drivers' license bureaus or
contact the Elections Office or click
for the printable application. Fill out the form, sign and date it, then
fold the form and place it in an envelope (if you are using the printable form), affix proper postage and send it to:
PASO, TX 79901
request a Voter Registration Card for El Paso or another county, click here...
FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT
P.O. Box 12887, Austin, TX 78711
PASO COUNTY POLITICAL PARTIES
1401 Montana (02)
Paragon, Suite 215 (12)