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Blanco County Elections

Rosemary Adame
Elections Administrator

Tawnya Reed
Elections Clerk

Mailing Address:
P O Box 13
Johnson City, Texas 78636

Physical Address:
402 Blanco Ave.
Blanco, Texas 78606

Phone: 830.868.7168
Fax: 830.833.2667

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday 
8:00am - 4:30pm

  • Early Voting Schedule

  • Vote Center Locations
    VC 102 First Baptist Church - Fellowship Hall 1200 4th Street Blanco, Texas 78606

    VC 201 Good Shepherd Catholic Church 285 281 Loop Johnson City, Texas 78636

    VC302 Blanco County Courthouse Annex - Hoppe Room
    101 E. Cypress Street Johnson City, Texas 78636

    VC 303 Round Mountain Fire Department
    8480 US Highway 281 Round Mountain, Texas 78663

    VC 401 Blanco County South Annex
    402 Blanco Ave Blanco, Texas 78606

    For this election you may vote at any Vote Center list above Blanco County Elections Department for assistance 830.868.7168

  • January 2, 2023
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    February 20, 2023
    April 7, 2023
    May 29, 2023
    July 4, 2023
    September 4, 2023
    October 9, 2023
    November 10, 2023
    November 23-24, 2023
    December 25-26, 2023

  • Name
    Phone Number
    Reason for Inquiry

Democratic County Chair:
Laura Smith

Libertarian County Chair:
D'Anne Welch

Republican County Chair:
Carlette Lewis


Voter ID Requirements 

Order to Adopt the Voting System for Blanco County

Elimination of Straight Party Voting

Notice of Public Hearing Regarding Secretary of State Adding Blanco County to the Countywide Polling Place Program-Commissioner's Court Public Hearing is schedule on January 24, 2023, at 9:00am in the Blanco County Commissioners Courtroom located at 101 E. Pecan Street, Johnson City, Texas 78636

Early Voting and Election Day Turnout 

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           SOS Results



  • 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 le
    ast 17 years and 10 months old, and you are 18 years of age 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.

    Applications can be picked up at:
    • Blanco County Courthouse Annex - 101 E. Cypress Street, Suite 101, Johnson City, Texas 78636

    Am I registered to vote?

    Fill out a Voter Registration Application using this link, print, sign and return to the Blanco County Elections Office.

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

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

    Application for Ballot by Mail - English

    Application for Ballot by Mail - Spanish

    Ballot By Mail Tracker

    Return application to:
    Blanco County Elections Office
    P.O. Box 13
    Johnson City, Texas 78636

    *** New law regarding emailed and faxed ABBM

    Section 84.007(b-1) provides that if an ABBM is faxed or emailed, then the applicant MUST submit theORIGINAL APPLICATION BY MAILto the early voting clerk so that the early voting clerk receives the original no later than the 4th business day after receiving the emailed or faxed ABBM.

    If the early voting clerk DOES NOT receive the original ABBM by that 4th business day deadline, then the emailed or faxed ABBM will be considered incomplete.

  • You are eligible to vote early with a FPCA if you are qualified to vote in Texas and you are:

         •  A member of the U.S. armed forces, their spouse, or a dependent
         •  A member of the U.S. merchant marines, their spouse, or a dependent
         •  A U.S. citizen domiciled in Texas but temporarily living outside the territorial limits of the
            United States

    Click here to print and fill out the FPCA application. Once you have completed the form, please mail it to:

    Blanco County Elections Office
    P.O. Box 13
    Johnson City, Texas 78636

  • To be appointed a volunteer deputy registrar, a person must:
          • be at least 18 years old;
          • be a United States citizen;
          • not have been determined by a final judgment of a court exercising probate jurisdiction to be 

                   1. totally mentally incapacitated, or
                   2. partially mentally incapacitated without the right to vote;

          • never have been convicted of failing to deliver a voter application to a voter registrar;
          • not have been finally convicted of a felony, or, if convicted, must have 

                   1. fully discharged the sentence, including any term of incarceration, parole, or supervision,
                     or completed a  period of probation ordered by any court, or
                   2. been pardoned or otherwise released from the resulting disability to vote;

          • not have been finally convicted of identity theft under Section 32.51 of the Penal Code; and
          • be a resident of the State of Texas.

    Test are given at the Blanco County Elections Office located at 101 E. Cypress Street, Johnson City, Texas 78636.  Please call our office at 830.868.7168 to schedule your appointment time.

    Training Materials:

    VDR Training – English

    VDR Training – Spanish

    Texas Volunteer Deputy Registrar Guide – English 

    Texas Volunteer Deputy Registrar Guide – Spanish 

    If you are a current Volunteer Deputy Registrar and would like to print and make copies of the Voter Registration Application with receipts attached, click the link below:

    VDR Voter Application – English & Spanish

  • How do I become a Poll Worker? 
    An individual who is interested in working at an election site may print and complete the application at the link below and submit to the Blanco County Election’s office. The office actively recruits poll workers and keeps a list of recruits. You may also directly contact one of the major political parties, a local political subdivision, or a precinct presiding judge to let them know of your interest. 

    Election Worker Application

    Texas Online Poll Worker Training

    Student Election Clerk Application and Information