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Voter Registration/Elections

Administration:

Rory McGahan

Leora Bouyssou

Jasmine Simpson

Jeannie Ash
Elections Administrator

2217 A Washington St.
Greenville, TX 75401

Ph: (903) 454-5467
Fx: (903) 454-7905

Hours
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Closed for lunch 12pm - 1pm


In Texas, the County Tax Assessor-Collector, County Clerk, or an Election Administrator is the Voter Registrar for the County. The Voter Registrar shall conduct voter registration activities at all times during regular office hours. 

As of August 2020, the Hunt County Voter Registrars' Office holds over 57,000 voter records.  On Average, this office handles about 500 new & change applications each month.  There are moves, deaths, duplicate, and felon records also worked.  In an even numbered year, there are typically 4 elections held.  In an odd numbered year, there are usually only 2 elections.  In December of odd numbered years, new voter certificates are mailed to every active voter.

We are always looking for people interested in helping on election day at the polls.  This is a paid position and a very important one!  If you would be interested, please drop by our office.


ATTENTION VOTERS:

We are encouraging voters to please wear a face mask or face covering when voting to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

ATENCIÓN VOTANTES:


Alentamos a todos los votantes a usar una máscara facial o una cubierta facial cuando voten para ayudar a detener la propagación de COVID-19

Health Protocols for Voters / Protocolos de Salud para Votantes

  • Early Voting by Personal Appearance Location(s)

     

    Hunt County Voter Administration

    2217 A Washington St.

    Greenville, TX 75401

     

    Tuesday, June 1st –  Tuesday, June 8th

    Early Voting hours:  8:00am - 5:00pm (Monday - Friday)   

     

    Extended Hours and Dates

    Tuesday, June 1st -  7:00am to 7:00pm

    Thursday, June 3rd - 7:00am to 7:00pm

     

    Thursday, May 13th       Last day to register to vote

    Tuesday, June 1st      Last day to apply for a ballot by mail (received, not post marked)

     

     

     Daily Voter Turnout/ Roster


    • Check your voter registration certification for your voting precinct
    • Sample Ballots must be printed on yellow paper according to Election Code 52.008

     

    To visit the Sample Ballot page, click here.

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  • The Hunt County Voter Administration Office processes all the voter registration applications. There are applications received by mail from individuals that have been mailed one by request, or they have received one from a number of governmental agencies such as the County Clerk when persons apply for a marriage license, from the WIC office, the Texas Department of Transportation, or the Hunt County Tax office as well as the sub-stations for the Tax Office in Commerce & Quinlan. 

    Our office has many duties such as processing a numerous amount of reports that are sent to us from the Secretary of State office that identifies duplicates from Hunt County and another Texas county, Deaths, Moves, Cancellations, Felons & records of persons who have filed for a new or renewal of their Texas drivers license, as well as all the filing of all this information. The District Clerk’s office sends us reports regarding the jury wheel of persons over 70 who do not wish to serve on a jury, as well as persons whose jury summons has been returned due to a bad address. 

    During County Elections, this office orders the ballots, all the election materials, secures the polling locations in the County, contacts all the Election Judges and Alternate Judges, and holds an Election school at each election to train the wonderful folks that help us. 

    Elections would not be possible if we did not have the support of the people in the community who work the elections; including the use of the polling locations. If you think you would be interested in the democratic process, we urge you to contact our office to be listed as a contact for help during elections. The phone number is (903) 454-5467, or you’re welcome to stop by, and our address is 2217 Washington, Greenville, Texas.