How to Best Support YOUR Local Democrat Party

Precinct Chairs are essential to building a local Democratic Party What is a Precinct Chair? A precinct is the smallest political subdivision in Texas. Texas counties are divided into individual precincts, and it is the responsibility of the Precinct Chair to contact, guide and organize Democratic voters in their respective precinct. Precinct Chairs also sit…

See How the Election Process Works-Become an Election Worker

Every primary election, the local parties (Democrat and Republican) recruit workers to execute their primary election. The most visible workers are the ones who work election day, processing voters to vote in the election at their respective polling location. There are also behind the scenes workers such as the early voting ballot board and central…

Become a Burleson County Deputy Voter Registrar

Register local residents to vote for the March 6, 2018 Democratic Primary election. The last day to register to vote in the 2018 Primary election is February 5, 2018. It’s easy! Just call Burleson County Elections at (979) 567-2000 and make an appointment with our Elections Administrator, Paula Barnetsky, and request an appointment to be…

Voter ID Basics

Bring a Photo ID to Vote. Don’t have an ID? Don’t worry you can still vote and it is easy! What to bring with you to vote: When you vote in Texas, show one of the following photo IDs at your polling place: ● TX Driver’s License issued by the Department of Public Safety ● TX…

It’s Easy to Vote By Mail!

Who May Vote By Mail:  To be eligible to vote by mail in Texas,  you must: be 65 years of age or older; be disabled (homebound); be out of the county on election day and during the period for early voting  by personal appearance; or be confined in jail, but otherwise eligible. Note: A voter in a nursing…