All appointments for Volunteer Deputy Registrars have expired as of December 31, 2022. In order to be certified for the 2023/2024 term, you must reapply, take the required training and be issued a current Certificate of Appointment.
Deputy Voter Registrar Training- "Senate Bill 142, which took effect June 20, 2015, provides an optional training method for the appointment of volunteer deputy registrars. Instead of holding in-person training sessions, a county may adopt a procedure that allows a person to review training materials (PDF) and examination (PDF) questions on the Secretary of State’s website. After the person reviews the training materials and examination questions, the person 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 procedures for completing the duties of a volunteer deputy registrar. Finally, the voter registrar must advise the newly appointed volunteer deputy registrar that the only requirements for voter registration are those prescribed by state law or by the Secretary of State."
Texas Volunteer Deputy Registrar Guide
Training for Texas Volunteer Deputy Voter Registrars
Request for Appointment
Upon completion of the online training, please call the office at 979-826-7643 to schedule an appointment to complete your VDR Certification