Voting - Your Most Precious Right

Voting - Your Most Precious Right

2020 Primary Election - Tuesday, March 3, 2020

Click on your county for detailed local Voter Information:
  • Early Voting -  Times and places
  • Election Day - Polling places

Bandera County

Blanco County

Gillespie County

Kendall County

Kerr County

 

VOTER TOOLS

REV UP!

R        Register to vote in your county

E        Educate yourself on candidates and positions   

V        VOTE!

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U   P !   Use your Power for positive change:

 

Register to Vote

Last day to Register to Vote for the March 3rd Primary was Feb. 3, 2020.
 
 

Educate yourself

How to Judge a Candidate

Read this informative article:

 

Voter Guides

Voter Guides are available about two weeks before each election day. 

 

Candidate Forums

Information on Candidate Forums will be posted here.

 

 Voter Information  on VOTE411

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www.VOTE411.org is a project of the League of Women Voters to provide voters with the information they need to be an informed voter.

Enter your address in the www.VOTE411.org form to find your polling place, create your personalized voters' guide and find everything you need to vote!

With your personalized guide, you will:

  1. see everything that will be on your ballot,
  2. compare candidates' positions side-by-side,
  3. print out a personalized ballot with your choices to take with you on Election Day.

Are you a military or overseas voter?

 

VOTE!

March 3, 2020 - Texas Primary Election

November 3, 2020 - General Election

 

Use your Power

6 Keys for Positive Change

Show up – if you don’t show up, nothing happens. Be there. Trust that your presence matters and can make a difference.

Speak up – Use your voice. Say what needs to be said. Ask the questions that need to be asked. Shape the agenda. Re-frame issues and give new perspectives.

Look up – Have a higher vision, bring values to the team. Know what you stand for. Elevate people out of the weeds and to a bigger picture of why our work is important.

Team up – Everything goes better with partners. Don’t try to do it alone. Build a sense of partnership.

Never give up – Persist until done. Everything looks like a failure in the middle. It will take longer than you imagine, keep going anyway. Be flexible in your approach, but inflexible in your persistence.

Lift others up – Share success, share credit and give back once you have a success.

 –  Rosabeth Moss Kanter, Professor at Harvard Business School

Volunteer Deputy Registrar

Consider becoming a Volunteer Deputy Registrar to officially register citizens to vote!  Attend just one two-hour training session and be sworn in as a VDR through the end of 2020.  Yes, that's through the 2020 national election! 

The Kerr County Elections Department will be offering Volunteer Deputy Registrar Training periodically.

All classes will be held in the Kerr County Commissioners' Courtroom in the Kerr County Courthouse, 700 Main Street, Kerrville. There is no charge for the training. If you are interested in becoming a Volunteer Deputy Registrar, please contact the Elections Department at 830-792-2242 to sign up for one of the sessions. 

To become a VDR in another Texas county please contact your county Elections Department.  People must register to vote in the county where they reside.