Texas Counties Deliver

Elections & Voter Information

Our office handles Voter Registration and all related functions as well as Election Administration.

Larry Franks
Elections Administrator

613 N. Fisk, Suite 200
Brownwood, TX 76801
PO Box 700
Brownwood, TX 76804
Phone: 325-646-4333       Fax: 325-643-6317    





Filing Period for Public Offices for 2022 Primary Election

SB 13 prescribed certain dates for the candidate filing period for the 2022 primary election, including an alternate filing period.  However, SB 13 does not take effect until December 2, 2021. Existing law requires that candidate filings begin on November 13. (Tex. Elec. Code § 172.023).  Therefore, the candidate filing period for all public offices for the March 1, 2022 primary election will begin on November 13, 2021 and end on December 13, 2021.



EARLY VOTING by personal appearance runs
October 18th, 2021 - October 29th, 2021.  All in person Early voting will be held here at the Elections Office (NEW LOCATION) located across N. Broadway from the Courthouse at 613 N. Fisk, Suite 200 in Brownwood.  Early voting by personal appearance will be conducted each weekday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. from
October 18th, 2021 thru October 22nd, 2021, 
and October 25th thru October 27th.  Early Voting will also be held from 7 a.m to 7 p.m. on October 28th and October 29th.

Your VOTER REGISTRATION APPLICATION must be received in our office or postmarked at least 30 days before an election for you to be eligible to vote in that election.

To be eligible to vote in the upcoming May Election, you must register to vote on or before October 4th, 2021.

Am I Registered to Vote?

You can register in person at our office. Or you can register by mail by obtaining an application from our office, or order an application online by Requesting a voter application be mailed to you.

You can also pick up applications at libraries, government offices, or high schools.

  • Vote Texas ID


    As a result, voters who possess an acceptable form of photo identification for voting listed below are still required to present it in order to vote in person in all Texas elections. The acceptable form of photo identification may be expired up to four years. Voters who do not possess an acceptable form of photo identification and cannot obtain one of the forms of acceptable photo identification listed below due to a reasonable impediment, may present a supporting form of identification and execute a Reasonable Impediment Declaration, noting the voter’s reasonable impediment to obtaining an acceptable form of photo identification, and stating that the voter is the same person on the presented supporting form of identification.

    Here is a list of the acceptable forms of photo ID:

    • Texas driver license issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS)
    • Texas Election Identification Certificate issued by DPS
    • Texas personal identification card issued by DPS
    • Texas license to carry a handgun issued by DPS
    • United States military identification card containing the person’s photograph
    • United States citizenship certificate containing the person’s photograph
    • United States passport

    With the exception of the U.S. citizenship certificate, the identification must be current or have expired no more than 4 years before being presented for voter qualification at the polling place.

    Here is a list of the supporting forms of ID that can be presented if the voter does not possess one of the forms of acceptable photo ID and cannot obtain one due to a reasonable impediment:

    • Valid voter registration certificate
    • Certified birth certificate (must be an original)
    • Copy of or original current utility bill
    • Copy of or original bank statement
    • Copy of or original government check
    • Copy of or original paycheck
    • Copy of or original government document with your name and an address (original required if it contains a photograph)

    After presenting a supporting form of ID, the voter must execute a Reasonable Impediment Declaration.

  • Early Voting by Mail

    Many Texans vote early. Texas enables residents to vote in the days and weeks before an election to make the voting process more convenient and accessible. There are two ways to vote early: by showing up in person during the prescribed early voting period or by voting by mail.

    To vote early in person - Early voting in person will begin the 12th day before Election Day (if that’s a weekend, early voting starts on Monday) and ends the 4th day before Election Day.  Early voting is held in the Brown County Elections Office.  All other voting rules and procedures apply – e.g., eligibility, identification.

    You may vote early by mail if:

    • You are 65 years of age or older on Election Day;
    • You will be away from your county on Election Day and during early voting;
    • You are sick or disabled or
    • You are confined in jail, but eligible to vote.

    You can get a formal application for a ballot by mail from our office, or the Secretary of State’s Office or Download an application for a ballot by mail here.

    We can accept an application in person directly from the individual voter only before early voting begins.  You may also send in your application for a ballot by mail by regular mail; or by common or contract carrier.

    Military and Overseas citizens should use the Federal Postcard Application (FPCA).

    Note: You do not have to use a formal application; however, an informal application must be in writing and include:

    • your signature (or a witness’ signature if you cannot sign);
    • your name and the address at which you are registered to vote;
    • the address to which the ballot is to be mailed;
    • the election date and for which election you are requesting a ballot (for a primary election, you must state the political party’s primary in which you wish to vote); and,
    • a reason why you are eligible to vote early by mail (to be eligible to vote early due to a planned absence from the county, your application must state an address out-of-county to have your ballot mailed).

    Your ballot by mail application must be sent to our office if Brown County is the county in which you are registered to vote.  Applications must be received (not postmarked) by last day of the application period. All applications to vote by mail must be received in our office no later than 5:00 p.m. Applications to vote by mail must be submitted by mail, common or contract carrier, or fax.

    Below is the ballot by mail application deadline for the 2020 GENERAL ELECTION
    • OCTOBER 23, 2020

    We must receive your marked ballot by 7 p.m. on Election Day, the day after election day if it is postmarked by election day or by the 6th day after Election Day if your ballot is submitted from outside the United States.

  • “Pursuant to Section 63.0013, Election Code, an election officer may give voting order priority to individuals with a mobility problem that substantially impairs the person’s ability to move around. A person assisting an individual with a mobility problem may also, at the individual’s request, be given voting order priority. Disabilities and conditions that may qualify you for voting order priority include paralysis, lung disease, the use of portable oxygen, cardiac deficiency, severe limitation in the ability to walk due to arthritic, neurological, or orthopedic inability to walk 200 feet without stopping to rest, or use of a brace, cane crutch, or other assistive device.”