Help Texas citizens register to vote, become a Volunteer Deputy Registrar (VDR)
- are appointed by each county's voter registrar
- distribute, assist in completion & review of voter registration applications
- accept completed voter registration applications and provide receipts
- turn in completed applications in person to their county registrar office within 5 calendar days.
- VDRs serve for two-year terms expiring on December 31 of even-numbered years.
To become a VDR: Contact your county's voter registrar
Each county voter registrar:
- may offer in-person VDR training
- or may allow persons to become a VDR by examination:
- applicants review VDR training materials (PDF) and VDR examination (PDF) questions.
- then applicants must appear in person at the voter registrar's office, during regular business hours, to take the examination
- upon satisfactory completion of the examination, the voter registrar must appoint the person as a volunteer deputy registrar, and advise them of any county-specific policies.
All VDR appointments expire on December 31 on even-numbered years.
For more information please refer to the Texas Secretary of State's