Election Administration

Randall County Election Administration has received approval from the Secretary of State’s office to use Vote Centers for all Randall County elections. Any registered voter in Randall County may vote at any of the locations provided. All Vote Centers will be open Election Day from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Joint Primary Election

On Tuesday, March 5, 2024 

Election Day Vote Centers

Notice of Public Test

Notice of Convening the Early Voting Ballot Board

Notice of Joint Primary Election

Training Schedule for Primary Election Judges and Clerks

Some important things to know for this election:

Verify your voter registration early.  Don't wait until Election Day to check your status.  Call us or visit www.votetexas.gov. You can NOT register to vote online BUT you can make changes to your voter registration before the deadline. This tool will now allow a voter to change their voter registration from an old county to a new county. Be aware of potential fake registration sites on social media.

  • Mail ballots are available to voters who meet the criteria issued by the State of Texas.  If you qualify to vote by mail, contact us.  
  • The USPS suggest that all ballots are mailed back to this office at least 7 days before Election Day.

Early Voting

Early Voting Schedule

Early Voting Roster

Early Voting Daily Totals

Democratic Primary Mail Ballot Roster

Republican Primary Mail Ballot Roster

Early Voting in person is Tuesday, February 20, 2024 through Friday, March 1, 2024. There will be NO voting on Monday, February 19, 2024 in observance of President's Day. Please check the Early Voting Schedule for a complete list of dates and times.

Last Day to Register

The last day to register to vote or make changes to existing registration is Monday, February 5, 2024. You do NOT need to re-register to vote if you have not moved or made any changes since your last registration. Your voter registration does not expire.

Ballot by Mail

Ballot by Mail applications must be received (not postmarked) by Friday, February 23, 2024.  The Application for Ballot by Mail may be mailed, emailed to the Elections Administrator, or faxed to 806-656-2151.  The original hard copy must still be mailed and received in this office within 4 days of electronic submission.  The ballot will NOT be mailed until the original application is received.  The Application for Ballot by Mail and the criteria has changed.  Please read the application completely and contact this office if you have questions.

If you meet the requirements to vote by mail in Texas, all mail ballot applications must include either your Texas Driver’s License number or the Last 4 digits of your Social Security Number.  You must use the same identification number that is associated with your voter registration record.  This will be your Driver’s License Number or the Last 4 digits of your Social Security Number.  

The Republican and Democratic Parties hold Primary Elections to select their candidate for the November General Election.  If you choose to vote in the March 5, 2024 Primary Elections, you MUST indicate which party’s Primary you would like to vote in by making a selection in Box 4 on your Mail Ballot Application.    

If you would like to have your ballot mailed to you for every election you are eligible to vote in during 2024, you may select ANNUAL Application.  This application will expire on December 31, 2024.  

Your Driver’s License Number and/or the Last 4 digits of your Social Security Number MUST be entered on your mail ballot envelope when returning your ballot.   There is a very small space under the flap of the envelope for this information.  You must do this step BEFORE signing in the designated space.  If you have any questions, please contact our office.

Curbside Voting

Under section 64.009 of the Texas Election Code, if a voter is physically unable to enter the polling place without personal assistance or likelihood of injuring the voter's health, then an election officer shall deliver a ballot or voting machine to the voter at the polling place entrance or curb on the voter's request.  This process is commonly referred to as "curbside voting." If you meet the qualifications for curbside voting, please call or text (806) 468-5510 for assistance.

Voting & Election Information