Waller County Elections
Christy A. Eason
816 Wilkins Street
Hempstead, TX 77445
FAX: 979-826-7645 email@example.com
Monday - Friday: 8AM to 4PM
All appointments for Volunteer Deputy Registrars have expired
as of December 31, 2020. In order to be certified for the 2021/2022 term,
you must reapply, take the required training and be issued a current
Certificate of Appointment. Training classes for VDR’s will be scheduled
the third Friday
of each month, excluding
holidays and during an election, at the Elections Office. There will be a training at 10am
and another at 3pm. In addition, online training is available 24/7 on the
SOS website. https://www.sos.texas.gov/elections/forms/volunteer-deputy-registrar-training.pdf Applicants will then need to come to the
Elections Office for testing and the issuance of their Certificate of
Appointment. Training for large groups will be by appointment.
I would like
to thank you for your interest in the electoral process in Waller County. If
you have any questions or need assistance please do not hesitate to contact me
or the Waller County Elections Office.
County Elections Administrator
If you are interested in learning more about the voting process and are a registered voter in Waller County, becoming a Poll Worker is a great way to learn! Fill out the attached application and submit it to our office. Waller County Poll Worker Application
High school students who are interested in becoming a Student Election Clerk can find more information at the following link: Student Election Clerk Information Permission of parent/guardian and principal are required. Submit your Student Election Clerk Application to our office.
Ballot by Mail
Ballot by Mail applications expire at the end of each year. As of January 1st, you will need to re-apply to receive your Ballot by Mail for 2021. To apply, please complete the form at: Ballot by Mail Application This form will need to be submitted to our office. For full instructions, see page 2 of the form. You may also call the office at 979-826-7643 for further assistance.
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
Volunteer Deputy Voter Registrar Examination
Please call the office at 979-826-7643 to schedule an appointment to
receive your Volunteer Deputy Registrar Certification.
Interested in becoming a Poll Worker? Fill out the application below:
Waller County Poll Worker Application
Student Election Clerk Information
Student Election Clerk Application
Poll Worker Resources:
Poll Worker Training
Qualifying Voters - Handbook for Election Judges and Clerks
Providing Identification for Voting in Texas
Poll Workers Field Guide - CT.pdf
Poll Worker Poll Pad Manual.pdf
Poll Watcher's Guide
Commissioner Pct 1
John A. Amsler
Commissioner Pct 2
Walter E. Smith
Commissioner Pct 3
Kendric D. Jones
Commissioner Pct 4
Constable, Pct. 1
Constable, Pct 2
Constable, Pct 3
Constable, Pct 4
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