May 20, 2015 :: Attention: All Johnson County Voters.
A new Early Voting polling location has been established in Alvarado at the new Johnson County Alvarado Sub-Courthouse located at 206 N. Baugh Street, Alvarado.
There will no longer be an Early Voting polling location at the Johnson County Pioneers & Old Settler's Reunion.
For more information please call the Johnson County Elections office at 817-556-6197.
Notice to All Johnson County Absentee Ballot by Mail Voters.
May 01, 2015 :: Notice to All Johnson County Absentee Ballot by Mail Voters.
As of December 31, 2014 all Annual Applications for Ballot by Mail have expired.
Any eligible voter that is interested in voting by mail for any upcoming Elections for Johnson County for the year of 2015 will need to submit a new Annual Application for Ballot by Mail. Annual Applications for Ballot by Mail are acceptable for one calendar year January 1st - December 31st. If you have any questions, please contact the Johnson County Elections office at 817-556-6197.
Public Access Computer
Apr 28, 2014 ::
Public Access Computer The Elections Office provides a computer for the public to access online voter information. This computer will be available 8:30am-11:30am, 1:00pm-4:00pm, regular business days.
Volunteer Deputy Voter Registrar
Sep 19, 2013 :: The Johnson County Elections Office will be scheduling training classes for anyone interested in becoming a Volunteer Deputy Voter Registrar. Volunteer Deputy Registrars are entrusted with the responsibility of officially registering voters in the State of Texas. They are appointed by county voter registrars and charged with helping increase voter registration in the state.
Acceptance of the duties of volunteer deputy registrar places you in a position of trust and responsibility to the citizens you will register to vote. Please call 817-556-6197 for appointment.
For more information about the position, please VISIT HERE
Bilingual Poll Workers Needed
Sep 19, 2013 :: The Elections office is in need of bilingual (Spanish) election personnel to serve as interpreters in performing an official duty in connection with county elections.
General eligibility and duties to serve as interpreter as permitted in the Texas Election Code are as follows:
Must be a registered voter of the county and speak English and Spanish.
May accompany the voter to the voting station for the purpose of translating the ballot to the voter.
Available to work during early voting by personal appearance at various locations throughout the county.
Available to work on Election Day from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM at a polling place.
A person cannot hold an elected office or be a candidate for public office on Election Day; cannot be an employee or relative of a candidate or office holder.