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    Please call our staff at 936-253-8050

    Created January, 1 2020, The Office of the Elections Administrator is responsible for all voter registration and most election operations for Liberty County. Our office is located on the North West side of the courthouse at 1915 Trinity Street, Liberty Texas 77575.


        Klint Bush, Elections Administrator / Voter Registrar

    Melanie Croker, Chief Deputy

    Doc Sikes, Voter Registrar Assistant

    Public Office Hours 9-4 Monday thru Friday


    VOTER REGISTRATION: 936-253-8050

    Am I registered...click here

    Email elections@co.liberty.tx.us
    Mail to: 1915 Trinity Street, Liberty Texas 77575

    Liberty County registered voters who need to update their voter registration information or residents who would like to register to vote, please see the links below or visit www.VoteTexas.gov







    Thursday, April 1, 2021



    Public Notice of Test for Voting Equipment, April 6th at 11:30am at the Elections Office in Liberty

    City of Dayton

    City of Hardin

    City of Ames

    Hardin ISD

    Liberty ISD


    Plum Grove

    Liberty County Municipal Utility District #8

    May 1 2021, City and School Election Day

    Early Voting: April 19-23, 9AM - 5PM

    April 26-27, 7AM - 7PM

    Election Day Saturday, May 1, 7AM-7PM


    Elections Occurring:

    To view a preview ballot, click on the name below of your area.

    City of Plum Grove

    City of Ames

    City of Hardin

    City of Dayton

    Emergency Services District #1

    Liberty ISD

    Hardin ISD

    Liberty County Municipal Utility District No. 8

    Voting Locations for Each Election:

    Plum Grove, Early Voting is at PG City Hall pcts 23, Election Day is at PG City Hall pcts 23

    City of Ames, Early Voting is at Jack Hartel pcts 18, Election Day is at Ames City Hall, pcts 18

    City of Hardin, Early Voting is at Hardin City Hall, pcts 3, ED is at Hardin City Hall, pcts 3

    City of Dayton, Early Voting and Election day is at Dayton Community Center, pcts 10,14,22,24,30 and partial 21

    Emergency Services District #1, Early Voting at Dayton Com Center, pcts 21,10,28, Election Day is at Kenefick Southern Baptist Church, pcts 21,10, 28

    Liberty ISD, Early Voting is at Jack Hartel, Election Day is at Jack Hartel pcts    3 partial, 5,6,11,18,19,27,30

    Hardin ISD:   Early Voting is at Hardin City Hall,pcts 1,2,3,15,17,27  Election Day, pcts 1,15 is at Romayor Baptist Church, pcts 2,3,17,partial 27 are at Hardin City Hall.


    May 1, 2021 Election Calendar


    First Day to Apply for a Ballot by Mail:  Wednesday, January 1, 2021

    First day to file does not move because of New Year’s Day holiday.  An “Annual Absentee Ballot by Mail” (ABBM) or “Federal Postcard Application” (FPCA) FOR A January or February 2021 election may be filed earlier, but not earlier than the 60th day before the date of the January or February election.

    First Day to File for Place on General Election Ballot:  Wednesday, January 13, 2021

    Last Day to File for Place on General Election Ballot:  Friday, February 12, 2021 @ 5:00 PM

    Last Day to Order General Election or Election on a Measure:  Friday, February 12, 2021

    Last Day to Register to Vote:  Thursday, April 1, 2021

    First Day of Early Voting by Personal Appearance:  Monday, April 19, 2021

    Last Day to Apply for Ballot by Mail:  Tuesday, April 20, 2021

                (Received, not Postmarked)

    Last Day of Early Voting by Personal Appearance:  Tuesday, April 27, 2021

    Last Day to Receive Ballot by Mail:  Saturday, May 1, 2021 (Election Day) @ 7:00 PM*

    *Note:  Pursuant to House Bills 1151 and 929, different deadlines apply to the last day to receive ballots sent by the following:

    1. Non-military and military voters who mailed ballots from overseas and submitted a regular state Application for Ballot by Mail (ABBM),
    1. Non-military voters who mailed ballots from overseas and who submitted a Federal Postcard Application, and
    1. Military voters who mailed ballots domestically or from overseas and who submitted an FPCA.  Please contact the Elections Division of the Office of the Texas Secretary of State at 1-800-252-VOTE (8683) For additional information

    To Vote

    Don't Forget Your ID

    Make sure to bring a Photo ID. The ID should be up to date or expired up to four years. Voters 70 or older can bring a photo ID that has been expired for any length of time. If you had trouble getting an ID and can’t get one, here are some alternatives:

    • government document showing your name and an address, such as your voter registration certificate
    • current utility bill
    • bank statement
    • government check
    • paycheck
    • birth certificate

    If you use one of these, you’ll have to sign a form that says you had a reasonable impediment to getting an ID.

    • To become a Liberty County Deputy Volunteer Voter Registrar, you must complete a training and pass a test.  You can call the office to schedule your test appointment today.  936-253-8050.


      1915 Sam Trinity Street, Liberty Texas 77575

    • Interested in working at a election location?  Call 936-253-8050, ask for Doc.

      Online election worker training below:



      To register to vote, please contact the Liberty County Voter Registrar at 936-253-8050, or register to vote at https://votetexas.gov.


      Curbside Voting

      If a voter is physically unable to enter the polling place without assistance or likelihood of injury to his or her health, the voter is eligible for entrance or curbside voting.  If you need Curbside Voting please call 936-253-8050 and we will contact the polling location to have a clerk process your curbside voting requirements.