GRIMES COUNTY ELECTIONS OFFICE
Secretary of State Carlos Cascos
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Voter Registrar/Elections Administrator
Physical Address: 100 Main Street, Anderson, TX 77830
Grimes County Courthouse, First Floor
Mailing Address: PO Box 375 Anderson, TX 77830
Office Hours: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Monday - Friday
Vanessa Burzynski, Deputy Voter Registrar
Main Early Voting Location:
Grimes County Courthouse, 100 Main St., Anderson, TX 77830
Branch Early Voting Location:
Navasota Center, 101 Stadium Drive, Navasota, TX 77868
The office of Elections Administrator was created by Commissioner’s Court on September 12, 2006, becoming effective October 1, 2006. This office is responsible for all voter registration, as well as all federal, state, and county elections. In addition, cities, school districts, and other political entities may contract with this office to conduct their elections.
Tuesday, November 8, 2016
October 24 - November 4, 2016
Hours: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
(except Mondays will be 7am - 7pm)
Last day to register to vote is October 11, 2016!
Click here to check if you are registered.
Voting By Mail
Click here to apply for a Ballot by Mail
(for voters who are over the age 65 and/or disabled)
If you are not over 65 but will be out of town on Election Day and during Early Voting
your ballot must be mailed to an address outside the county.
Federal Postcard Application (FPCA)
Voting by Mail for US Military/Spouses and
US Citizens living Overseas.
COUNTYWIDE POLLING PLACES
Are you confused about where to go vote on election day? Now you can vote at any polling place in Grimes County that is most convenient for you and is open on election day.
All 14 polling places will be open on election day.
To see a list of all polling places in Grimes County click on the link to the right that says "VOTE HERE". Click here for a map.
NEW VOTER ID LAW (Effective 8/10/2016)
NEW Photo ID Requirements
Voters will still have to show an approved form of photo identification under SB-14 in order to vote. However, these forms can now be expired up to four years. In addition, if a voter is not able to obtain, and has a reasonable impediment to obtaining, one of the seven forms of approved photo ID, the voter may vote by:
(1) signing a Reasonable Impediment Declaration, and
(2) providing one of various forms of supporting documentation. Supporting documentation can be a certified birth certificate (must be an original), a valid voter registration certificate, a copy or original of one of the following: current utility bill, bank statement, government check, or paycheck, or other government document that shows the name and address of the voter, although government documents including a photo must be original and cannot be copies.
If a voter meets these requirements and is otherwise eligible to vote, the voter will be able to cast a regular ballot in the election.
DO YOU NEED AN ID?
ELECTION IDENTIFICATION CERTIFICATES
BE OBTAINED IN OUR OFFICE FOR THOSE THAT
DO NOT HAVE A CURRENT VALID PHOTO ID FOR VOTING!
IF YOU CURRENTLY HAVE ONE OF THE 7 APPROVED FORMS OF IDENTIFICATION LISTED ABOVE YOU CANNOT APPLY FOR AN ELECTION ID.
EIC APPLICATION FORM
CLICK HERE FOR A LIST OF REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION
HAVE YOU MOVED? DID YOU CHANGE YOUR NAME?
IF YOU NEED TO CHANGE YOUR NAME OR ADDRESS ON YOUR VOTER REGISTRATION CARD, PLEASE FILL OUT A NEW VOTER REGISTRATION APPLICATION AND MAIL IT TO US OR BRING IT IN PERSON TO OUR OFFICE OR YOU CAN
CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW TO CHANGE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS ONLINE!
TO CHANGE YOUR NAME OR ADDRESS ON YOUR DRIVERS LICENSE
CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW
VOTER REGISTRATION AT THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY (DPS)
If you registered to vote at the DPS office when you renewed your Driver's License, and you have not received a new voter registration card, please call this office to verify that we received your application. If you have any questions concerning your voter registration status, please contact this office at 936-873-4424.
If you renewed your drivers license online and you checked the box to Register to Vote you will be given a link to the Secretary of State's website to fill out and print a voter registration application.
You currently cannot register to vote online. You must print and mail your application to the Voter Registrar. If you have moved to a different county you will need to mail your application to the Voter Registrar in your new county.