Blanco County Election Precincts Are Changing!
Effective January 1, 2022, by decision of the County Commissioners our voting precincts are being modified to comply with the results of the 2020 Census. From 2010 our county grew by 877 residents to a total of 11,374. Much of this growth occurred in Precinct 4 (the southeastern portion of the County) and as a result Precinct 4 needed to be reduced in size. This caused a redrawing of the boundary lines of all other Precincts. The boundaries are now more irregular and it may be difficult to determine your Precinct in the boundary areas. We will publish more information and details as they become available. These new voting precincts will be used for the March 1, 2022 Primary Elections.
Total votes cast: 7459
Republican votes: 5443
Democratic votes: 1911 (25.6%)
Increase in the number of Democratic votes since 2016: 53.6%
Increase in Democratic Percentage of the vote since 2016: 3.7%
Total votes cast: 1894
Republican votes: 1266
Democratic votes: 628 (33.2%)
* Vote by Mail: 280 (723% increase from 2018)
Total votes cast: 3365
Republican votes: 2325
Democratic votes: 1040 (30.9%)
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