• Confirm you are registered to vote several weeks before election day.
  • Update your registration if your address, name, or political affiliation has changed.
  • Know how and when to apply for an absentee ballot if you are unable to vote at your polling place on election day.
  • Know your options for early voting.
  • Know the voter identification requirements for the State of Texas.
  • Know your polling place and how to get there.
  • Familiarize yourself with the voting device used in your jurisdiction. Learn how the device is accessible to voters with disabilities.
  • Learn what assistance is available in languages other than English.
  • Know what time the polls open and close.
  • Become acquainted with the candidates and issues on the ballot.

Consider becoming a poll worker in your community. Call your local election office to learn more.

Victoria County Election Office provides access to a broad range of disabilities, including mobility, communicative, physical and cognitive impairments. Ensuring polling places are equipped to accommodate the needs of voters with disabilities by providing clearly marked parking spaces, accessible entrances and ramps, and well-marked routes pointing the way to voting locations. Polling places also have voting equipment that ensures every voter is given the same opportunity for
access, participation, privacy and independence.

If you have questions about the accessibility of your polling place, or need information about voting equipment for individuals with disabilities, contact your our Victoria County Election Office.

2805 N. Navarro St.
Suite 500
Victoria, TX 77901


Elections Administrator: Vicki T. Vogel
Assistant Administrator: Margetta Hill
Deputy Clerk: Jared Lucas
Deputy Clerk: Kristen Gonzales
Deputy Clerk: Kenyan Black

VICTORIA COUNTY, 115 N. Bridge St., Victoria TX. 77901
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