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    Please call our staff at 936-253-8050

    Created January, 1 2020, The Office of the Elections Administrator is an wholly independent department set up by state law. It is responsible for all voter registration and election operations for Liberty County. Our physical office is located on the North West side of the courthouse at 1915 Trinity Street, Liberty Texas 77575. Mailing Address is 1923 Sam Houston Street, Liberty Texas 77575.  You elections Office strives for straightforward, nonpartisan goals of election policy: accessibility, security, fairness, and transparency.




        Klint Bush, Elections Administrator / Voter Registrar

    Public Office Hours 8-5 Monday thru Friday


    VOTER REGISTRATION: 936-253-8050

    Am I registered...click here

    Register TO Vote Here!

    Email us at  elections@co.liberty.tx.us
    Mail to: 1923 Sam Houston 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


      NOTICE:   Electronic Records are available by request for Provisional Ballots, and ABBMs, for elections.  Not all documents are uploaded to this website, but are available upon request.

    Please access this link to look up your address and verify or look to see what voting pct you live in.   If you have questions, please call us.  This is the interactive map for the Liberty County CAD.


    View the MAP of your Voting Pct or District

    Instructions to look at the map:

    click link above, click I agree, click to the right of your screen in the map contents box, the voting pcts check box.  Enter your address in the search here bar in the application map.

    CANDIDATES:  To see daily voters, go to the tab below on the website to EARLY VOTING DAILY VOTERS.  Click on the link and follow the instructions. 


    May City/School Elections

    Election Notices and Information






      Candidates Don't forget to File Campaign Finance Reports with the Election Administrators Office!





    To Request a Ballot by Mail please call 936-253-8050 for a application to be mailed to you.  You may also pick one up in person at our office.  Every year your ABBM expires on December 31 so please request a new one every year.


    Secretary of State Ballot Tracker Link:

    Ballot Tracker





    This office Does NOT send out applications for ballot by mail randomly. Since it is Primary Election Season, you will be getting ballot by mail applications randomly from political parties, special interest groups, and others. We are NOT sending them to you. It is against the law for this office to send out random ballot by mail applications. Please be warned! When you mail us that ballot by mail application that you singed and then we do send you a ballot, please remember you did request the ballot that you signed your name to. Please read what you sign. Last Primary election we sent out ballots by mail that was legally requested.


    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:


    • Voting Dates


      May 6 2023 election

      Early Voting, April 24th -May 2nd

      Early Voting Times Tentatively:

      April 24-28, 9am - 6pm and May 1-2, 7am - 7pm;

      Election Day Times:

      May 6, 2023 7am - 7pm

      Early Voting:  Tentatively

      Jack Hartel Community Center

      318 San Jacinto St. Liberty, TX 77575

      Dayton Community Center

      801 S. Cleveland St. Dayton, TX 77535

      Hardin City Hall

      142 CO RD 2010 Liberty, TX 77575

      Cleveland Civic Center

      210 Peach St, Cleveland, TX 77327

      Sante Fe Admin Building

      1680 RD 3549 Cleveland Tx 77327





      Election Day Locations Tentatively

      Comm Pct 1

      1. Devers School: 201 Chism St., Devers, Texas 77538
      2. Hull Daisetta High School: 117 N Main St. Daisetta, TX 77533
      3. Raywood, Sacred Heart Church, 3720 FM 160 North, Raywood TX 77582
      4. Jack Hartel Building: 318 San Jacinto St. Liberty, TX 77575
      5. Westlake VFD: 8704 FM 1409 Dayton, TX 77535

      Comm Pct 2

      1. Douglas School Gym: 900 Sam Wiley Drive, Cleveland, TX 77327
      2. Romayor Baptist Church: 307 FM 2610 Cleveland, TX 77327
      3. Hardin City Hall: 142 CO RD 2010 Liberty, TX 77575
      4. HI- Way Tabernacle: 108 CR 2250, Cleveland, TX  77327

      Comm Pct 3

      1. Cleveland Civic Center: 210 Peach St, Cleveland, TX 77327
      2. Sante Fe Admin Building: 1680 RD 3549 Cleveland Tx 77327
      3. Plum Grove City Hall: 9485 Plum Grove Rd, Cleveland Tx 77327

      Comm Pct 4

      1. Dayton Community Center: 801 S. Cleveland St. Dayton, TX 77535
      2. Kenefick Southern Baptist Church: 3536 FM 1008, Dayton, TX 77535
      3. Tarkington Prairie Baptist Church: 25 CR 306 Cleveland, TX 77327


      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.


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