The most consequential election of our lifetimes
VOTE DEMOCRATIC DOWN THE BALLOT
Polling locations are open 7 am – 7 pm
The application and instructions can be found on the Texas Secretary of State website. Complete the application and return by mail to Blanco County Early Voting Clerk, PO Box 65, Johnson City, TX 78636.
Questions about Vote by Mail?
Blanco County Election Office
Mail it in immediately. Please remember, completed mail-in ballots received after the election may not be counted. They are subject to review of the postmark and can only be accepted if postmarked on or before Election Day and received the day after Election Day.
Or take it to the Blanco County Election Office (in the Tax Collector's office, Courthouse Annex, Johnson City) anytime after you receive and complete your mail-in ballot, up to Election Day. Bring your completed ballot, both envelopes, and your ID when returning your mail-in ballot in person.
If you change your mind, and decide to vote in person, you must bring your mail-in ballot (with both envelopes) with you to early voting or on Election Day, and surrender it.
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%)
For detailed results, click here.