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Early Voting by Mail

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IF YOU ARE 65 OR BETTER, YOU ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE BY MAIL

SEND IN YOUR BALLOT REQUEST FORM TODAY

A message from

Texas House Speaker Dade Phelan

Joe Biden does everything imaginable to hurt Texas. My job as Speaker is to fight back and to keep Texas number one when it comes to economic growth. Together, we will create more good-paying jobs and defend Texas against Biden’s open border. We will lower property taxes AGAIN. And we will continue to oppose the “woke values” that devastate the states where they are adopted.


Please join me by voting in this historic election.

 

  • I just passed the largest property tax cut in American history. But I will cut property taxes again next year–and each year moving forward–as long as I represent you.

 

  • I will continue the pro-job creation policies that have made the Texas economy boom.

 

  • I just increased Texas funding at the border by 630%. We will continue building the wall that Biden stopped!

 

  • I will continue to defend children from barbaric sex change operations, explicit sexual performances, and online predators.


The process of applying to vote by mail changed recently. Below is an application to vote by mail. If you would like to
vote by mail, simply sign the application, add your Texas Driver’s License Number (or Texas Personal Identification
Number), secure it in an envelope, use a first-class stamp, address the envelope to your elections department (provided below), and drop it in the mail. It’s that easy!


If you prefer to vote in person, Early Voting will begin on February 20th, 2024 and end on March 1st, 2024. Election Day for the Primary is March 5, 2024.

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:

JASPER COUNTY

County Clerk

Holly Thomas

P.O. Box 2070 Jasper 75951

(409) 384-2632 Phone

(409) 384-7198 FAX

 

JEFFERSON COUNTY

Tax Assessor-Collector

Terry Wuenschel

P.O. Box 2112 Beaumont 77704

(409)-835-8683 Phone

(409) 835-8589 FAX

 

ORANGE COUNTY

Elections Administrator

Donna Alford

Mailing: 123 South 6th Street Orange 77630

Physical: 206 Border St, Orange, TX 77630

(409) 882-7973 Phone

(409) 670-4176 FAX


Step 4: Affix a first-class stamp and drop it in the mail!

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