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*Updated 9/26/18*


*NOTE ON NEW LAW REGARDING FAXED OR E-MAILED APPLICATIONS FOR BALLOT BY MAIL AND FAXED FPCAS*

IMPORTANT NEW LAW: SB 5 (85th Legislature, 1st CS, 2017), effective December 1, 2017, provides that if an Application for Ballot by Mail is faxed or e-mailed or if an FPCA is faxed, then the applicant MUST submit the ORIGINAL application BY MAIL to the early voting clerk so that the early voting clerk RECEIVES THE ORIGINAL NO LATER THAN THE 4TH BUSINESS DAY AFTER RECEIVING THE E-MAILED OR FAXED APPLICATION FOR BALLOT BY MAIL OR FAXED FPCA. If the early voting clerk does not receive the original Application for Ballot by Mail or faxed FPCA will be considered incomplete, and the early voting clerk may NOT send the applicant a ballot. The early voting clerk must reject the Application for Ballot by Mail and FPCA for ballot purposes. NO EXCEPTIONS!

ABSENTEE BALLOT REQUESTS (FPCAS & CIVILIAN APPLICATIONS) MAY BE RETURNED BY MAIL, FAX OR E-MAIL

MAIL TO:
OLGA M. MARRERO
WILSON COUNTY ELECTIONS ADMINISTRATOR
P.O. BOX 188
FLORESVILLE, TX 78114


FAX TO: (830) 393-3725

E-MAIL TO: OMARRERO@WILSONCOUNTYTX.GOV


*CIVILIANS - MUST USE APPLICATION FOR ABSENTEE BALLOT BY MAIL

A
pplication for Absentee Ballot by Mail

Application for Absentee Ballot by Mail (en espanol)



*MILITARY VOTERS- MUST USE FEDERAL POST CARD APPLICATION (FPCA)

Online version of the Federal Post Card Application







Absentee Voting Procedures:

The first day for the Early Voting Clerk to accept your application to vote by mail is January 1, 2018.  FPCAs andapplications for a Ballot by Mail must be received in the Early Voting Clerk's office no later than 5pm on the evening of Friday, October 26, 2018. If received after this deadline, we will be unable to mail the requested absentee ballot.

The applications may be mailed, faxed or hand delivered to the Early Voting Clerk's office until the Friday, October 26, 2018.  Faxed or e-mailed Applications for Ballot by Mail or faxed FPCAs must be followed by the original hard copy mailed to the early voting clerk and received no later than the 4th business day after receipt of the faxed or e-mailed request. If the ORIGINAL is not received by that deadline, the clerk may NOT send the applicant a ballot. Applications delivered by personal appearance once Early Voting has begun will not be accepted.

Voted Absentee Ballots mailed within the United States must be received in the Early Voting Clerk's office no later than 7:00 p.m. on Election Day, Tuesday, November 6, 2018 
The only exception to this rule applies to military voters who are stationed overseas or out of the country. 
In that case, we will still accept those ballots as long as they arrive in our office not later than the fifth day after the election.

 

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