Tom Green County Election Day Polling Locations

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Your Vote Matters!

There's more of us than you may think

The Tom Green County Democratic Party is preparing for the future!  We are made up of caring citizens in San Angelo and at the Goodfellow Air Force Base, and within the surrounding cities -  Carlsbad, Grape Creek, Veribest, Mereta, Wall, Vancourt, Knickerbocker, and Christoval, Texas.  We look forward to hosting and participating in local activities near you!


Voters can access Tom Green County Precinct maps here. To determine which district or precinct one lives in, you can also type in your address into the interactive GIS map viewer here


Find out who represents you - Texas U.S. Senate, TX U.S. Representative (congressional District 11), Texas State Senator, Texas State Representative (Texas State House District 72), and your Texas State Board of Education Member (District 15) - type in your address to the interactive website "Who Represents Me? Districts By Address.

Register to Vote

If you are not registered to vote, now is the time to get things in order!  To vote in Texas, you must be registered.  Don't be caught on an election day without having registered 30 days prior.  You can register to vote online at the Secretary of State's website, or you can pick up an application at our County Elections Office, more info below.


National Voter Registration Day is Tuesday, September 25th, 2018!


Voter registration applications are available in the Tom Green County Elections Office on the First Floor of the Keyes Building, 113 W. Beauregard Ave. in San Angelo, Texas.  Learn more about how to register to vote at Tom Green County's Voter Registration Page.  Applications can also be obtained by mail or by calling 325-659-6541. Completed voter registration applications can be returned in person or by mail; mailed applications must be postmarked approximately 30 days prior to any election day do be eligible to vote in an upcoming election.


Citizens can also register to vote when renewing their driver’s license in person at a Texas Department of Public Safety office.


You are eligible to register to vote if:

  • You are a United States citizen;
  • You are a resident of the county where you submit the application;
  • You are at least 18 years old on Election Day;
  • You are not a convicted felon (you may be eligible to vote if you have completed your sentence, probation, and parole); and
  • You have not been declared by a court exercising probate jurisdiction to be either totally mentally incapacitated or partially mentally incapacitated without the right to vote.

Are you already registered?

To determine if you’re eligible to vote or if you’re already registered, visit the Secretary of State's Am I Registered? page.  To confirm your voter registration status, you may select one of three methods to perform a search:

  • Your Texas driver’s license number, if you provided it when you applied for voter registration;
  • Your Voter Unique Identifier (VUID), which appears on your voter registration certificate;
  • Your first and last name.

For more information of where to get a voter registration application, visit VoteTexas.gov powered by the Secretary of State.


Voting Times, Locations, and voting ballot options (Electronic or Paper) can be found once information is posted on the City Elections page found here.  Or, the County's Elections and Polling Information page found here.  

Visit the Tom Green County Elections Office website voteTomGreenCounty.org.  

Or, contact the County Elections Office at:

113 W. Beauregard, 1st Floor/Pimer Piso, San Angelo, Texas 76903 

Phone/Telefono: 325-659-6541 

Fax: 325-657-9226 

Email/Correro Electronico: elections@co.tom-green.tx.us 

Voter ID Requirements

What to bring with you to vote in TexasShow one of the following photo IDs at your polling place:

  • TX Driver’s License issued by the Department of Public Safety
  • TX Personal ID card issued by the Department of Public Safety
  • TX concealed handgun license issued by the Department of Public Safety
  • TX Election ID Certificate issued by the Department of Public Safety
  • US military ID card with your photo
  • US Certificate of Citizenship or US Certificate of Citizenship or US Certificate of Naturalization with your photo
  • US passport book or card

For more information about voter rights and rules, please click here to read information provided by the Secretary of State.


For more information about Providing Identification for Voting in Texas, please view here information provided by the Secretary of State.

Did you know you can vote curbside?

If a voter is physically unable to enter the polling place, he or she may ask that an election officer bring a ballot to the entrance of the polling place or to a car at parked at the curbside. After the voter marks the ballot, they will give it to the election officer, who will put it in the ballot box. Or, at the voter’s request, a companion may hand the voter a ballot and deposit it for him or her.


Tips for Voters with Disability

If you plan to go alone to vote curbside, it is wise to call ahead so election officials will expect you. Generally speaking, you may vote curbside during the early voting period (the 17th day before Election Day until the 4th day before Election Day) or on Election Day. For a May uniform election date or resulting runoff election, the early voting period is the 12th day before Election Day until the 4th day before Election Day.


Voters May Receive Assistance at the Polls

Tell the election official if you are a voter who needs help to vote. You do not have to provide proof of your disability.


Voters are entitled to receive assistance if they:

  • Cannot read or write; or
  • Have a physical disability that prevents them from reading or marking the ballot; or
  • Cannot speak English, or communicate only with sign language, and want assistance in communicating with election officials.

Voters may be assisted by:

  • Any person the voter chooses who is not an election worker;
  • Two election workers on Election Day; or
  • One election worker during early voting.

For more information regarding "Services Available to Voters with Special Needs in Texas" please visit votetexas.gov

Important Primary Election Dates and Filing Deadlines

For more Important 2018 Election Dates, view here, on the Secretary of State's website.


General Election - November 6, 2018

  • Deadline to Post Notice of Candidate Filing Deadline (Local Political Subdivisions Only) - Thursday, June 21, 2018 for local political subdivisions that have a first day to file for their candidates
  • First Day to File for a Place on the General Election Ballot (Local Political Subdivisions Only) - Saturday, July 21, 2018
  • Last Day to Order General Election or Special Election on a Measure - Monday, August 20, 2018
  • Last Day to File for a Place on the General Election Ballot (Local Political Subdivisions Only) - Monday, August 20, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. (see sos-note-3 regarding four-year terms)
  • Last Day to File a Declaration of Write-in Candidacy (Local Political Subdivisions Only) - Friday, August 24, 2018
  • Last Day to Register to Vote - Tuesday, October 9, 2018 (First business day after Columbus Day).
  • First Day of Early Voting by Personal Appearance - Monday, October 22, 2018.
  • Last Day to Apply for Ballot by Mail - Friday, October 26, 2018 - Received, not Postmarked
  • Last Day of Early Voting by Personal Appearance - Friday, November 2, 2018
  • Last day to Receive Ballot by Mail - Tuesday, November 6, 2018 (Election Day) at 7:00 p.m. if carrier envelope is not postmarked, OR Wednesday, November 7, 2018 (next business day after Election Day) at 5:00 p.m. if carrier envelope is postmarked by 7:00 p.m. at the location of the election on Election Day (unless overseas or military voter deadlines apply)
  • General Election - Tuesday November 6, 2018

How to Apply for Ballot by Mail

Request a Vote By Mail (VBM) Application Today!

Let Texas Democratic Party do the work for you - their staff will mail a pre-filled form to a senior or disabled voter, saving you time and effort. They will mail these forms daily during the VBM period (Please request a form before October 12, 2018 - Last day Secretary of State will accept receipt of Ballot by Mail Applications is Friday October 26, 2018). The Texas democratic Party will pre-select the option to “receive an annual ballot by mail” on each application; so, once the voter mails it in, they’ll receive ballots for the 2018 primary, local elections, runoffs, and the critically important November general election.

You can also request an application for a Ballot by Mail from the Secretary of State's Website

IMPORTANT NOTE: An annual application for a ballot by mail should be submitted in the calendar year for which the applicant wishes to receive ballots.


A Ballot by Mail Application is required to receive a ballot for the election. When calling to request an application by phone, remember to allow enough time for the application to be mailed to you and returned in order to be in the office by the deadline (must be received by the date, not postmarked).  The application is considered submitted at the time of receipt.


  • First day to apply for a ballot by mail (regular or annual application) - Monday, January 1, 2018 - using Application for a Ballot by Mail (ABBM) or Federal Postcard Application (FPCA).     
  • First Day of Early Voting - Tuesday, February 20, 2018 - First buisness day after Presidents' Day.
  • Last Day to Apply for Ballot by Mail - Friday, February 23, 2018 - Received, not Postmarked
  • Last Day of Early Voting - Friday, March 2, 2018
  • Last day to Receive Ballot by Mail - Tuesday, March 6, 2018 (Election Day) at 7:00 p.m. if carrier envelope is not postmarked, OR Wednesday, March 7, 2018 (next business day after Election Day) at 5:00 p.m. if carrier envelope is postmarked by 7:00 p.m. at the location of the election on Election Day (unless overseas or military voter deadlines apply)

To be eligible to vote early by mail in Texas, you must:

  1. be 65 years or older; or
  2. be disabled; or
  3. be confined in jail, but otherwise eligible; or
  4. be out of the county on election day and during the period for early voting by personal appearance

In order to claim number 4 as the reason for voting by mail, a voter must expect to be absent from the county on election day and during the period of early voting by personal appearance or for the remainder of the period after their application is submitted. The ballot must be mailed to an address outside the county. If the application is submitted after early voting in person has begun, the application must be submitted to the early voting clerk from an address or by a fax number outside the county. 



Voters are reminded that both during early voting and on Election Day, if they are physically unable to enter the poll, they may be voted curbside. If the voter wishes to vote curbside during early voting, it would be helpful for them to call the Election Office at 659-6541 to advise the office that they wish to vote in this manner.


*Note: VBM = ABBM, Vote by Mail (Texas Democratic Party's wording) & Application Ballot by Mail (Secretary of State's wording) are the same forms.

Instructions for submitting an Application for Ballot by Mail (“ABBM”)

  1. Print (PDF) the ABBM form OR submit an order online and an ABBM will be mailed to you.
  2. Complete Sections 1 through 8.
  3. Sign and Date Section 10.
  4. If you were unable to sign the application and someone witnessed your signature, that person must complete Section 11.
  5. If someone helped you complete the application or mailed the application for you, that person must complete Section 11.
  6. Affix postage.
    1. If you printed the application you must place it in your own envelope and add postage.
    2. If you ordered the application online and it was mailed to you - fold the application in half, moisten top tab, seal and add postage.
  7. Address and mail the completed ABBM to the Early Voting Clerk in your county (The Early Voting Clerk is the County Clerk or Elections Administrator for your county). You may also fax the application if a fax machine is available in the early voting clerk’s office (FAX 325-657-9226).  You also have the option of submitting a scanned copy of the completed and signed application to the Early Voting Clerk via email, elections@co.tom-green.tx.us

For More Instructions on voting by mail please visit the Secretary of State's website Here.

Download and Print Ballot Applications Here

Want to do it yourself? Print the applications for a Ballot by Mail or an Absentee Ballot here.

For More Instructions on voting by mail please visit the Secretary of State's website Here.


Our State Platform

Texas Democratic Party Platform

Texas Democrats believe government exists to achieve together what we cannot achieve as individuals; and government must serve all people. A representative democracy is only truly representative if every single citizen is guaranteed the inalienable right to vote in fair and open elections.


EQUALITY & FREEDOM

Texas Democrats believe in equal opportunities and freedom for all human beings no matter a person’s race, disability, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, socioeconomic or immigration status.


SMART GOVERNMENT

Texas Democrats believe in a fair criminal justice system serving all people; robust public and higher education opportunities are critical for our future; and our economy must benefit all Texans.


A HEALTHY TEXAS

Texas Democrats believe healthcare is a right; women's rights are human rights; we owe future generations a clean and healthy planet; and a strong social safety net creates opportunity for all Americans.