EARLY VOTE BY MAIL
Early Voting is from Tuesday, February 20th to Friday, March 1st
Election Day is Tuesday, March 5th.
IF YOU ARE 65 OR BETTER, YOU ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE BY MAIL
SEND IN YOUR BALLOT REQUEST FORM TODAY
A MESSAGE FROM
The Biden Administration is bringing trouble to Texas. I will fight back for you. I will keep Texas economically strong by creating jobs. I will defend the border, lower violent crime and lower property taxes. Woke values are destroying children’s lives, and I will fight it.
Please join me by voting in this important and historic SPECIAL election.
Texas just passed the biggest property tax cut in American history, but I will cut property taxes again next year with the goal of eventually eliminating property taxes completely.
Texas’ economic boom is no accident. I will fight needless new regulations.
I will defend the southern border and continue building the wall Biden tries to stop.
I will defend children from sex changes and explicit drag shows and ban boys from girls’ sports and locker rooms.
And I will stop China and North Korea from buying Texas agricultural land and threatening our agricultural industry.
Instructions for applying to vote by mail have changed. Below is an application. Simply sign it, add your Texas Driver’s License Number (or Texas Personal Identification Number), secure it in an envelope, use a first-class stamp, address to your elections department, and mail it back. You will receive your ballot later, vote, and mail it back. It’s that easy.
HOW TO SECURELY APPLY TO VOTE BY MAIL
Texas Election Laws require one of the following identification numbers to be included in your application: Texas Driver’s License, Texas Personal Identification Number, OR Texas Election Identification Certificate Number. If you do not have one of these, give the last 4 digits of your Social Security Number.
Step 1: Fill in your preferred ID# in the application.
Step 2: Sign the attached mail ballot request form (one per voter).
Step 3: Place in an envelope, address to:
Hopkins County Clerk
128 Jefferson Street, Suite C,
Sulphur Springs TX 75482
Jeannie Ash,, Early Voting Clerk
Greenville TX 75401
Van Zandt County
Van Zandt County Early Voting Clerk
121 E. Dallas St, Rm 202, Canton TX 75103
Step 4: Affix a first-class stamp and drop it in the mail!