Name & Address
Comm Precinct 1
Hill Jr. College
2112 Mayfield Blvd.
Cleburne, Texas 76033
Comm Precinct 2
Burleson Sub-Courthouse Annex, Room #104
247 Elk Drive
Burleson, Texas 76028
Comm Precinct 3
Johnson Co Pioneers & Old Settlers Reunion Building
111 Reunion Dr
Alvarado, Texas 76009
Comm Precinct 3
Commissioner Pct. 3 Maintenance Facility
10420 E. FM 917
Alvarado, Texas 76009
Comm Precinct 4 (Main)
Cleburne Courthouse Rm. B6
2 N Main St. B6
Cleburne, Texas 76033
Comm Precinct 4
Commissioner Pct. 4 Maintenance Facility
4300 E. FM 4
Cleburne, Texas 76031
How many people voted early?
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how many people voted early by location.
There are two ways to vote early in Texas.
1. Early voting by personal appearance
2. Early voting by mail.
voting must be conducted for all elections. In most elections, early
voting by personal appearance begins on the 17th day before election
day (if the statutory deadline falls on Saturday, the deadline is
moved to the 15th day before the election) and ends on the 4th day
before election day.
1. In person:
If you are a qualified voter, you may vote early by personal
To vote early by personal appearance, you may vote in person at the
main early voting polling place or at any other designated early
voting branch location during regular business hours.
2. By Mail:
If you are a qualified voter, you may vote early by mail if one of
the following reasons apply to you:
be absent from your county on election day
and during the period to vote early in
65 years of age or older on election day; or,
confined in jail.
If you are eligible to vote early by mail, you may submit an
application for a ballot to the Office of Elections: on or after
the 60th day before election day; and, before the close of
business on the 7th day before election day.
Applications for ballot by mail are available from the Office of
Elections or the Secretary of State's Office.
You are not required to use an official application form, as
long as your application in writing includes; Your signature (or
a witness signature if you cannot sign); The name and address at
which you are registered to vote; The address to which the
ballot is to be mailed (only if different from the address at
which you are registered, as shown on your voter registration
card); a description of the election for which you are
requesting a ballot ( for primary election, you must state in
which political party's primary you wish to vote); and. A reason
why you are eligible to vote early by mail (to be eligible to
vote early due to expected absence from the county, your
application must give an out-of-county mailing address).
HOW TO SUBMIT AN APPLICATION:
If your are voting early by mail, you must: Send your
application by regular mail or by common or contract carrier;
or, Submit the application in person. NOTE: This option may be
used only before early voting by personal appearance begins
(usually the 17th day before the election).
Deadline for Return of Marked Ballot:
The marked ballot must be received by the Office of Elections
before 7 p.m. on election day, and must be returned by mail or
by common or contract carrier.
ILLNESS OR DISABLED AND CAN'T GO TO THE POLLING PLACE ON
If you become ill or disabled on or after the day before the
final day for applying to vote by mail and you won't be able to
go to the polling place on election day, you may send an
application for a late early ballot by a representative who:
years of age or older;
employed by or related to any candidate on the
ballot by blood or marriage;
served in the election as a representative for
application must have all of the same information as a regular
application for an early ballot. A certificate issued by a licensed
doctor, chiropractor, or accredited Christian Science Practitioner
must also be included. The certificate must state that a sickness or
disability happened on or after the day before the final day for
submitting an application by mail which would prevent the voter from
appearing at the polling place on election day without the
possibility of needing personal assistance or of injuring his/her
health. The certificate must also state the date that your
Your application for late voting due to a disability must be
submitted to the Office of Elections:
Office of Elections will then review your application and give your
representative a ballot to deliver to you. The ballot must be
returned in its original carrier envelope to the Office of Elections
before 7 p.m. on election day by the same person who delivered the
ballot to the voter.
Forms are available from the Office of Secretary of State or from
the Office of Elections.
DEATH IN THE FAMILY AND WON'T BE IN TOWN ON ELECTION DAY.
If anyone related to you within the second degree by blood or
marriage dies on or after the fifth day before election day, and as
a result, you must be absent from your county on election day, you
may vote late. Your application must be in the form of an
affidavit. This form can be obtained from the Office of
Elections. Your application must contain the same information as a
regular application for a ballot by mail, as well as the day of the
family member's death and a statement of your relationship to the
FEDERAL POST CARD APPLICATION
Federal Post Card Application ( FPCA) is a form provided by
federal law to permit members of the U.S. Armed Forces and Merchant
Marines, their dependants, and U.S. Citizens abroad to vote early by
mail and, if necessary, to temporarily register to vote.
You are eligible to vote early with an FPCA if you are qualified to
vote in Texas and you are:
of the U.S. Armed Forces or a spouse or dependant of
of the U.S. Merchant Marines or a spouse or
dependant of one;
Citizen domiciled in Texas but temporarily living
outside the territorial limits of the United States;
residing abroad who was last domiciled in Texas
immediately prior to leaving the U.S. (Persons in
this category are no longer residents of
Texas and therefore may vote only for federal
FPCA must be submitted to the early voting clerk by mail or common
or contract carrier. It may be submitted any time during the
calendar year of the election for which you are requesting a ballot
or during the previous calendar year for elections to be held
January or February of the following year. In this case, the
application must be submitted within 60 days before the election.
The application must be submitted to the Office of Elections before
the close of business on the 7th day before election day. A single
FPCA may be used to request ballots for all elections held by a
particular authority (county, city, school district, etc) within the
calendar year. However, if you wish to vote in the election of more
than one authority, you must submit a separate FPCA to each
authority's early voting clerk.
An applicant who wishes to vote in a primary election must state a
political party preference for early voting ballots for both the
first and second primary (runoff) elections to be sent.
While an FPCA may be used temporarily to register applicants for the
elections for which they are requesting ballots, the FPCA may not be
used as an application for permanent voter registration. Therefore,
FPCA applicants who are residents of Texas are encouraged
permanently to register to vote by using the regular postage-paid
registration application which is available from your Office of
Elections or from the Secretary of State's office. You may continue
to use the FPCA, irrespective of whether you are permanently
FPCA's may be obtained by eligible voters from voting assistance
officers within their branch of service, from a U.S. consulate or
embassy, or from the Voting Assistance Program of the Department of
Defense, Washington, D.C.20301.
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Sec. 85.062 Texas Election Code
(2) The Commissioners court of a county with a population of
120,000 or more but less than 400,000 shall establish one or
more early voting polling places other than the main early
voting polling place in each Commissioners precinct containing
territory covered by the election.