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Lee Haidusek Chambers
Liberty County Clerk
Elections Official for Liberty County, Texas

Liberty County Elections are coordinated and managed by the Liberty County Clerk's Office according to State regulations and guidelines, ensuring integrity of the elections process and facilitating participation by all citizens.

Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Holiday Schedule

Physical Address
Liberty County Courthouse
County Clerk's Office
1923 Sam Houston Street, Room 209
Liberty, Texas 77575

Liberty County Elections Office
1915 Trinity Street
Liberty, Texas 77575

Mailing Address
Liberty County Elections
P.O. Box 369
Liberty Texas 77575

Email Address: elections@co.liberty.tx.us

Voter Registrar - Richard Brown
P.O. Box 1130
Liberty, Texas 77575

Physical Address:  3210 Hwy 90 / Liberty, TX 77575

Phone: 936-346-8667

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Phone Contacts

County Clerk
Phone: 936-336-4670
Fax: 936-334-3236

Elections Office
Phone: 936-253-8050

Important Election Dates - Texas Secretary of State
Click Here  (sos.state.tx.us website)
Election Law Calendar

Elections Calendar

Date and Time
 First Day to File for Place
on General Election ballot
Saturday, July 22, 2023
 Last Day to File for Place
on General Election ballot
Monday, August 21, 2023 at 5:00 P.M.
 Uniformed Service Members
Last Day to Apply for Ballot by Mail
Sunday, September 24, 2023
 Last Day to Register to Vote Tuesday, October 10, 2023
 Test of Automatic Tabulating Equipment Wednesday, October 11, 2023 - 2PM
 First Day of Early Voting for Nov. 7 Election Monday, October 23, 2023
 Last Day to Apply for Ballot by Mail Friday, October 27, 2023
 Last Day of Early Voting for Nov. 7 Election Friday, November 3, 2023
 Election Day - Constitutional Amendments and Uniform Election Tuesday, November 7, 2023
  • Am I Registered? Link to Texas Electionet
    Click on the above image to verify your registration status or register to vote
    or call 936-346-8667

    Información de registro de votantes (español)

    Get your Precinct number - Click Here

    View the Voting Precinct MapClick Here

    Ballot by Mail

    Ballots by mail expire December 31 and must be renewed by application.

    To obtain an application, you may

    • complete this form or
    • pick one up at the County Clerk Office in the Courthouse or
    • call (936) 253-8050 to request an application in the mail

    Track your Ballot by Mail - Click here

    Military and Overseas voters: Request a ballot by mail or track your ballot


    Return the completed application to the County Clerk's Office.

    NOTE: The County Clerk Office does not distribute unsolicited ballot applications

  • Pursuant to Section 63.0015, 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 condition, wheelchair confinement, arthritis, foot disorder, the inability to walk 200 feet without stopping to rest, or use of a brace, cane, crutch, or other assistive device.


    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 to arrange for a clerk at the polling location to process your curbside voting requirements.
  • Photo ID Requirement

    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.

    List of Acceptable Photo IDs
    • Texas Driver License issued by the Texas Dept. of Public Safety (DPS)
    • Texas Election ID Cert issued by DPS
    • Texas Personal ID Card issued by DPS
    • Texas Handgun License 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 (book or card)

    No Photo ID?

    If you had difficulty getting a photo ID and can’t get one before the election, here are some alternatives:

    • government document showing the voter's name and address, such as a voter registration certificate
    • current utility bill
    • bank statement
    • government check
    • paycheck
    • birth certificate


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

  • Appointing a Campaign Treasurer
    Candidates should follow the TEC Instruction Guide for Appointment of a Campaign Treasurer by a Candidate. All Candidates must complete the Campaign Treasurer Appointment Form before accepting donations or spending funds for the purpose of being elected. If a change is made regarding the Campaign Treasurer, complete and submit the ACTA Amendment Form.

    Campaign Finance Reporting

    Attach the Unsworn Declaration for Local Filing to the front of any campaign finance report or personal financial statement in lieu of a notarized signature.


    • For Specific Political Action Committee Report: spac.pdf
    • For General Political Action Committee Report: gpac.pdf

    Judicial Candidate Campaign Finance Report

    • Guide to filling out the Judicial Candidate/Officeholder Report: jcoh_guide.pdf
    • Judicial Candidate/Officeholder Report: jcoh.pdf

    Non-Judicial Candidate Campaign Finance Report

    For Campaign finance reporting questions please call the Texas Ethics Commission: (512) 463-5800

    File Campaign Finance Reports with the Liberty County Clerk Elections Office.
    Reports are archived in the County Clerk Records division.


    Fair Campaign Practices
    It is the intent of the legislature that every candidate and political committee that subscribes to the Code of Fair Campaign Practices will follow the basic principles of decency, honesty, and fair play to encourage healthy competition and open discussion of issues and candidate qualifications and to discourage practices that cloud the issues or unfairly attack opponents.

    File a Code of Fair Campaign Practices FormClick Here

  • 2024 Elected Offices

    Bobby Rader

    County Attorney
    Matthew Poston

    District Attorney
    Jennifer Bergman
    Michelle Mangum-Merendino

    County Court at Law #2 Judge
    Wesley N. Hinch

    Tax Assessor-Collector
    Richard Brown
    Linda Chapman
    Treasurer Appointment

    County Commissioner Pct. 1
    Bruce Karbowski
    Toby Wilburn

    County Commissioner Pct. 3
    David Whitmire

    Constable Pct. 1
    Tammy Bishop

    Constable Pct. 2
    Les Hulsey

    Constable Pct. 3
    Mark Davison

    Constable Pct. 4
    Robbie Thornton

    Constable Pct. 5
    David Hunter

    Constable Pct. 6
    Zack Harkness

    Republican Party Chair*
    Wes Thomas

    Democratic Party Chair*
    Michael Mark

    2022 Elected Offices

    County Judge
    Jay Knight

    County Clerk
    Lee Haidusek Chambers

    County Court at Law Judge
    Thomas A. Chambers

    County Treasurer
    Kim Harris

    District Clerk
    Delia Sellers

    County Surveyor
    John Moorman

    County Commissioner Pct. 2
    Greg Arthur

    County Commissioner Pct. 4
    Leon Wilson

    Justice of the Peace Pct. 1
    Stephen Hebert

    Justice of the Peace Pct. 2
    Jimmy Belt

    Justice of the Peace Pct. 3
    Cody Parrish

    Justice of the Peace Pct. 4
    Larry Wilburn

    Justice of the Peace Pct. 5
    Wade Brown

    Justice of the Peace Pct. 6
    Ralph Fuller

    75th District Judge

    253rd District Judge

    Republican Party Chair*

    Democratic Party Chair*

    * All offices are four-year terms except party chairs, which are two-year terms.
    • Here are some key facts that you, as a Texas voter, should know when it comes to the Security of our voting systems:

      (1) Voting machines in Texas are never connected to the internet

      (2) Only the software that the state certifies can be loaded on voting equipment; and

      (3) All voting machines in Texas are tested for logic and accuracy three times – twice before the election, and once immediately after the election

      To learn more about election administration in Texas, view Texas Secretary of State John Scott's SOS 101 videos


      Confidential Voter Roll Information

      ***There are programs and statutes that allow protection of public access to the physical address of certain individuals. To exclude public access to the address of a registered voter, the protected individual must submit one of the following forms with the supporting documentation to the Voter Registrar:

      Judicial exemptions:

      Texas Government Code Section 552.1175 exemptions:

      Victims of family violence:

      These forms must be submitted to the Liberty County Clerk Elections Office before the information may be excluded from the statutorily required notices and postings. If you have questions, or need further information, call the Liberty County Election Office at 936-253-8050.

    • Texas Election Code Sec. 129.023

      • The first test must be held publicly more than 48 hours before voting begins, and public notice of the test must be posted at least 48 hours in advance.
      • The county testing board - which includes representatives of political parties and members of the public - must agree on a test deck of ballots for which the results are already verified through a hand count.
      • The ballots included in the test deck must include votes for each candidate and proposition on the ballot, overvotes and undervotes, write-in votes and provisional votes.
      • The testing board votes the ballots on the electronic voting machines, recreating the choices from the original test deck.
      • The voted ballots are then tabulated, and the testing board meets to verify the results from the hand count and machine count are identical.
      • Voting machines can only be deployed in a Texas election after the test shows 100% accuracy.

      4. Chain of Custody and Reconciliation Procedures

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