Vote By Mail

Vote By Mail

The Texas League of Women Voters encourages all eligible Texans to apply now to stay safe and vote at home!

Texas voters may apply to vote by mail if they are:

  • 65 years or older
  • Sick or disabled
  • Out of the county during early voting and election day
  • In jail but otherwise eligible to vote

The application may be printed from the county website (English/Spanish), filled out, signed and mailed in:


Kara Sands
Nueces County Clerk
ATTN: Elections Division
P.O. Box 2627
Corpus Christi, TX 78403


 No printer? No problem! You may use the website, email, or phone to request an application be mailed to you:

 votebymail [at] -  (361) 888-0865 - website

Fill out the vote by mail application once a year if the voter 

  • Is 65 years or older
  • Is sick or disabled
  • Checks the annual application

Make sure to check your party preference for primary ballots!!!

Applications must be received by the county office 11 days before the election, and then ballots must be received by election day. 
The earlier all applications are sent in, the more time the county clerks office will have to accurately process those applications.  
The Election Code defines the 'disabled' option as “a sickness or physical condition that prevents the voter from appearing at the polling place on election day without a likelihood of needing personal assistance or of injuring the voter's health."    
The CDC COVID-19 website specifically lists the groups at higher risk for severe illness : asthma, severe lung, kidney, heart disease or conditions, diabetes, severe obesity, in nursing homes or long-term care facilities, and immunocompromised. 
Texas is one of 17 States that require an excuse to Vote By Mail



Video Explanation of the Vote By Mail process