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Election Administrator
Melissa Alcazar



Office Staff:

Holly Mulligan
Assistant Election Administrator



115 N. Gonzales St., Ste. D
P. O. Box 169
Cuero, Texas 77954

Phone:   361-275-0859
Fax:        361-275-0860
Email:     electionadmin@co.dewitt.tx.us

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m to 4:00 p.m.

The Elections Administrator conducts all countywide special and general elections and handles Early Voting for the countywide elections.  The Early Voting Clerk is responsible for appointment and training of all election clerks that assist in the elections and all balloting by mail.  As the Voter Registrar of DeWitt County, the Elections Administrator is responsible for registering all eligible voters, providing a list of qualified voters to all other county entities for their elections, and making reports to the Secretary of State.

The Elections Administrator is also responsible for notification and maintenance of candidate/officeholder reports and appointments of campaign treasurer designations for county offices.

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  • The purpose of this page is to provide up to date information for upcoming elections in our area, when there is an election this page will be updated with the relevant information you need in order to vote.  This page will be updated with the time, date, and place for each election including a listing of the precinct polling places and sample ballot information.  At the conclusion of an election, the results from the election will also be posted on this page.


    2019 ELECTION DATES AND VOTER INFORMATION

     


    2020 ELECTION DATES AND VOTER INFORMATION


    • FILING DATES FOR 2020 PRIMARY ELECTION

      Saturday, November 9, 2019
      (30th day before regular filing deadline)

      First day to file an application for a place on the primary ballot for an office other than precinct chair.

      First day to file a declaration of independent candidacy with appropriate filing authority.


      Monday, December 9, 2019 6:00 p.m.
      (2nd Monday in December)

      Deadline for applications for a place on the general primary election ballot to be received by the state or county chair, as applicable to the office.
      Postmark by this deadline without actual receipt by the state or county chair is not sufficient.

      Deadline for minor party candidates to file application to be nominated by convention.

      Deadline for independent candidates to file declaration of independent candidacy with appropriate filing authority.

      Election Dates
          Election Law Calendar
      Election Notices
          Notice of Election
          Notice of Voting Priority
          Public Notice of Test of Automatic Tabulating Equipment
      Voting Locations and Hours
          Early Voting
          Election Day
      Ballot Information 
          
      Who's on the Ballot
               Local
          Sample Ballots - Democratic
          Sample Ballots - Republican
      Voting Reports
          Daily Voter Count
       
         Early Voting - Voters Voted
               By Mail
               In Person
          Election Day - Voters Voted

      Election Results
          
      Unofficial
          Official (Canvass)

  • NOTE:

    This section was created as a reference guide only and should not be used as a substitute for legal advice.

    It is solely a guide for running for office and filing reports.

    It is the candidate's and officeholder's responsibility to obtain the actual knowledge of the laws, regulations and duties.

    Who's on the Ballot
        
    2020 - Offices up for Election
    General Candidate Information    
        2020 - Candidate's Guide
        2020 - Qualifications for Public Offices
        2020 - Calendar
        Filing in the Democratic or Republican Primary
        Application for a Place on the Primary Ballot
        Declaration of Independent Candidacy

    Resources     
        
    Election Forms and Other Resources


    Texas Ethics Commission
    After you make the decision to run for office, you must file a Campaign Treasurer Appointment.  This is required before you file an application for a place on the ballot, raise or spend any money for your campaign, or announce your candidacy publicly or privately.

    Please be aware that becoming a candidate will trigger filing requirements.  You can familiarize yourself with these requirements by consulting the appropriate campaign finance guide and filing schedule.

    NOTE:      The DeWitt County Elections Administration Office is only the filing authority (for county offices) for all forms and reports due.  The DeWitt County Elections Administration Office cannot assist or advise on how the forms should be completed or whether the forms have been accurately completed.

        
    Forms and Instructions
        Political Advertising
           
        


     

  • Notice of Training Session

  • Democratic Party Chair
    Joseph L. Sheppard
    P. O. Box 327
    Cuero, Texas 77954
    (817) 295-0672
    joeshep@flash.net

    Republican Party Chair
    Paul Guidry
    506 E. Reuss Blvd.
    Cuero, Texas 77954
    (713) 201-9630
    jpgvs1@gmail.com

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