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Elections


Pam Greene, County Clerk &
Elections Administrator


Mailing Address:
PO Box 1007
Kermit, TX 79745

Physical Address:
100 East Winkler Street, 1st Floor County Courthouse
Kermit, TX 79745

Phone: 432-586-3401

Email


 

Amended order of election subdivisions
Winkler County Polling Places
Ballot By Mail (Spanish)
Ballot By Mail (English)

 

Register to Vote
To vote in Texas, you must be registered. Simply pick up a Voter Registration Application (PDF), fill it out, and mail it at least 30 days before the election date. Review the Directions for Filling Out the Voter Registration Application (JPG) for help with filling out this application. This form is for viewing purposes only.

Early Voting Information
Texas enables residents to vote in the days and weeks before an election to make the voting process more convenient and accessible. There are two ways to vote early: by showing up in person during the prescribed early voting period or voting by mail.

Vote Early in Person
Generally, early voting in person begins the 17th day before Election Day (if that's a weekend, early voting starts on Monday) and ends the 4th day before Election Day.

What is Curbside Voting?
This service is available to any voter who has difficulty walking or standing for long periods. If you have an assistant with you, when you arrive at the polling location, have them notify the election official at that time. The election official will then bring your ballot to your car outside the polling location. If you do not have an assistant, please call 432-586-3401 ahead to notify the election clerk that you want to vote curbside.

Voting Eligibility
To be eligible to register to vote in Winkler County, you must:

Be a United States citizen
Be a resident of Winkler County
Be at least 18 years old on Election Day
Not be a convicted felon (you may be eligible to vote if you have completed your sentence,
probation, and parole)
Not have been declared by a court exercising probate jurisdiction to be either totally mentally incapacitated or partially mentally incapacitated without the right to vote

To determine if you already registered to vote, visit VoteTexas.gov.

When a voter arrives at a polling location, the voter will be asked to present one of the seven acceptable forms of photo ID that is current or expired no more than four years. If a voter does not possess one of the seven acceptable forms of photo ID and cannot obtain one due to a reasonable impediment, the voter may present a supporting form of ID and execute a Reasonable Impediment Declaration (PDF), noting the voter's reasonable impediment to obtaining an acceptable form of photo ID, and stating that the voter is the same person on the presented form of supporting form of ID.

Examples of Acceptable Forms of ID
Examples of acceptable forms of ID are:
  
Driver's license
Election identification certificate
Handgun license
Personal identification card
United States citizen certificate
United States military identification card
United States passport
  
Supporting Forms of ID
There are supporting forms of ID that can be presented if the voter does not possess one of the forms of acceptable photo ID and cannot obtain one due to a reasonable impediment:
  
Certified birth certificate (must be an original)
Copy of or original bank statement
Copy of or original current utility bill
Copy of or original government check
Copy of or original government document with your name and an address (original required if it contains a photograph)
Copy of or original paycheck
Valid voter registration certificate

After presenting a supporting form of ID, the voter must execute a Reasonable Impediment Declaration (PDF).
 
Visit VoteTexas.gov for more information.

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