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  • Anna Garcia- Election administrator
    agarcia@co.brooks.tx.us

    Ashley Gonzalez- Election Clerk

    ashley.gonzalez.@co.brooks.tx.us

     
    203 Calixto Mora Ave
    P.O. Box 714
    Falfurrias, Texas 78355

    Phone: 361-325-5670 x 369
    Fax: 512-895-9733
    •  City of Falfurrias & BCISD Election May 01, 2021

      First Day to File for Place On General Election Ballot- Wednesday January 13, 2021

      Last Day to File for Place On General Election Ballot- Friday, February 12, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. 

      LAT - April 8th, 2021 at 10:00 AM

      Last Day to Register to Vote- Thursday, April 1, 2021

      First Day of Early Voting- Monday, April 19, 2021

      Last Day to Apply for Ballot by Mail (RECEIVED, NOT postmarked)- Tuesday, April 20, 2021

      Last day of Early Voting- Tuesday, April 27, 2020

      Last Day to Receive Ballot by Mail- Saturday, May 1, 2021

       

      COVID Protocols 

      Health Protocols for Voting in Person.pdf

      Covid Protocols .docx

      • Am I Registered to Vote

        "Am I Registered" 

        If you would like to check your registration status, you can log onto the Secretary of State Web page.

        Click link below:

        https://teamrv-mvp.sos.texas.gov/MVP/mvp.do

        Texas Secretary of State

        State Capitol

        P O Box 12060

        Austin, TX   78711

        800 252-8683

      • razAW13-8 Prescribed by Secretary of State • Section 62.016, Texas Election Code • 08/2016

        ID required for Texas Voters

        If you possess one of the following forms of acceptable photo ID, you must present it when voting in person:

        • Texas driver license issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS)
        • Texas Election Identification Certificate issued by DPS
        • Texas personal identification card issued by DPS
        • Texas license to carry a handgun issued by DPS
        • United States military identification card containing your photograph
        • United States citizenship certificate containing your photograph
        • United States passport (book or card)

        Do not possess and cannot reasonably obtain one of these IDs?  Fill out a declaration at the polls describing a reasonable impediment to obtaining it, and show a copy or original of one of the following support forms of ID:

        • a government document that shows the voter's name and an address, including the voter's voter registration certificate
        • a current utility bill
        • a bank statement
        • a government check
        • a paycheck
        • a certified domestic (from a U.S. stat or territory) birth certificate
        • a document confirming birth admissible in a court of law which establishes the voter's identity (which may include a foreign birth document)

        With the exception of the U.S. citizenship certificate, for voters aged 18-69,  the acceptable form of photo identification must be current or have expired no more than 4 years before being presented for voter qualification at the polling place. A person 70 years of age or older may use a form of acceptable photo identification that has expired if the identification is otherwise valid.

        Voters with a disability may apply with the county voter registrar for a 
        permanent exemption to presenting an acceptable form of photo identification or following the Reasonable Impediment Declaration procedure at the polls.  Voters with a religious objection to being photographed or voters who do not present any form of photo identification or follow the Reasonable Impediment Declaration procedure at the polls because of certain natural disasters may apply for a temporary exemption to presenting an acceptable form of photo identification of following the Reasonable impediment Declaration procedure.  For more details, voters may contact the Brooks County Election office (361) 325-5670 x 369

        For more information about photo ID requirements including exemptions, please visit www.votetexas.gov.

        Identificación requerida para votantes de Texas

        Si posee una de las siguientes formas de identificación aprobadas con fotografia, debe presentarla al votar en persona:

        • Licencia de Conducir de Texas expedida por el Departamento de Seguridad Pública
          (DPS, según sus siglas en inglés)
        • Cédula de Identificación Electoral de Texas expedida por DPS
        • Tarjeta de Identificación Personal de Texas expedida por DPS
        • Licencia de Texas para Portar un Arma de Fuego Oculta expedida por DPS
        • Cédula de Identidad Militar de los Estados Unidos con fotografía de la persona
        • Certificado de Ciudadanía Estadounidense con fotografía de la persona o
        • Pasaporte de los Estados Unidos

         

        No posee y no puede razonablemente obtener una de estas identificaciones? Llene una declaración en la casilla electoral describiendo un impedimento razonable para obtenerla, y muestre una copia o el original de las siguientes formas de identificación adicionales:

        • Licencia de Conducir de Texas expedida por el Departamento de Seguridad Pública 
          (DPS, según sus siglas en inglés)
        • Certificado de Identificación Electoral de Texas expedida por el DPS
        • Tarjeta de Identificación Personal de Texas expedida por DPS
        • Licencia para Portar un Arma de fuego de Texas expedida por el DPS
        • Cédula de identificación militar de los Estados Unidos con fotografía
        • Certificado de ciudadanía Estados Unidos con fotografía
        • Pasaporte de los Estados Unidos

        Con la excepción del certificado de ciudadanía estadounidense, la  ientificación aprobada confotografía estar actualizada o no haber vencido más de cuatro años antes de ser presentada en la casilla de votación para  poder ejercer su voto.

         
        Electores con alguna discapacidad pueden solicitar una exceptión permanente por medio de la oficina de registro electoral de su condado para no presentar una identificación (la cual no debe haber vencido más de cuatro añosantes) en la casilla de votación.  Electores con (1) una continua odjectión relidiosa a ser fotografiados o (2) que no presenten una de las siete formas de identificatión aprobadas con fotografía debido a ciertos desastres naturales declarados por el Presidente de los Estados Unidos o por el Gobernador del Estado de Texas, pueden solicitar una excepción temporal parano presentar una identificación aprobada con fotografía al momento de votar en al la casilla electoral. (361) 325-5670 x 369

         

        www.votetexas.gov/es

      • REGISTER TO VOTE

        LAST DAY TO REGISTER BEFORE THE

         City of Falfurrias & BCISD Election is 

        Thursday, April 1, 2021

        by 5:00pm

         

        Voter registration applications are used for new applicants, name changes, address changes or any other change to reflect updated information to a voter record.

        You may obtain an application as follows:

        • You may request an application from this office by phone (361) 325-5670 X 369
        • You may request an application vie email (agarcia@co.brooks.tx.us)
        • You may stop by the office and register in person (203 S Calixto Mora Ave)
        • You may download the application, print it, sign it and mail or deliver application to “The Elections Office”

                 www.votetexas.gov

                https://www.votetexas.gov/es/index.html

         
        Questions you may have.

        1. Where do I send my voter registration application?

        Brooks County Election Administrator

        203 S Calixto Mora Ave

        Falfurrias Tx, 78355

         2. Can I transfer my registration from my old County instead of completing another application?

        No, you must complete a new application for Brooks County

         3. Can I register one day before Election day and still vote?

        No, you must register 30 days prior to any State, Federal, County, or Local Election.

      • MILITARY & OVERSEAS VOTERS   

        Military and Overseas Voters

        U.S. citizens residing outside the United States along with members of the Uniformed Services and their family members are eligible to use the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) form to request a by-mail ballot. The FPCA also serves as an application for temporary voter registration for eligible citizens not currently registered to vote. Please review the following requirements and information for requesting a ballot via the FPCA form.

        Texas Residency

        Having a permanent residence address in Brooks County is a prerequisite to requesting ballots from Brooks County. Residence is defined in Section 1.015 of the Texas Election Code as the voter’s permanent home to which he or she intends to return after any temporary absence. This definition implies that you must have lived at the location at one time and intend to return, so generally you cannot list a location where you have never been physically present.

        U.S. citizens whose most recent domicile was in Brooks County, but whose intent to return is uncertain may vote a federal ballot only. Voters in this category must indicate in the “Remarks” area of the FPCA that they are applying for a federal ballot only.

        How to obtain an FPCA form

        Postage-paid FPCA forms are available from U.S. embassies, consulates, and from the voting assistance officer at each military installation. An online version of the FPCA form is available from the website of the Federal Voting Assistance Program.                   Click here to view and print the online FPCA form

        Completing the FPCA

        • The last 4 digits of your Social Security number OR your Texas driver’s license number is required for voter registration in Texas.
        • You must provide your political party preference in Item 6 of the FPCA form if you wish to vote in Primary elections. Party preference is not required if you are requesting by-mail ballots only for general elections.
        • It is strongly recommended that FPCA applicants provide an e-mail address and fax number (if available) in the “Remarks” section of the FPCA so that we can quickly contact you if your application is missing required information.

        Submitting the completed FPCA form

        A completed FPCA form must be submitted to the Elections Administration Department by mail, common contract carrier, or by fax. If submitting the FPCA by fax, please also send the original form to us by mail. Please note that unlike the cardstock version of the FPCA, users of the online FPCA must place the printed form in an envelope and affix postage. At present there are no provisions to allow for submission of the FPCA through the Internet. Please return your FPCA to:     

        203 S Calixto Mora Ave        Falfurrias, TX  78355      T ( 361) 325-5670 x 369

        The Federal Voting Assistance Program also provides assistance in faxing FPCA forms from locations outside the United States. See this website for more information: http://www.fvap.gov/contact/toll-free-fax/index.html

      • Voter Registration

        • People with disabilities have the right to register to vote so long as they are eligible, which means they:
          • Are citizens of the United States;
          • Are at least 17 years and 10 months old at time of registration (but to vote, they must be 18 years of age by Election Day);
          • Have not been finally convicted of a felony, or if they have been convicted, have completed all of their punishment, including any term of incarceration, parole, supervision, probation, or have received a pardon;
            • Note: Deferred adjudication is not a final felony conviction.
          • Have not been determined by a final judgment of a court exercising probate jurisdiction to be totally mentally incapacitated or partially mentally incapacitated without the right to vote.
        • Individuals who have legal guardians may be eligible to register, depending on whether the court took away their right to vote. All guardianship orders issued after September 1, 2007 must state whether the individual can vote.
        • People with disabilities can receive assistance registering to vote from any state agency that provides services to persons with disabilities or from any person they choose.

        Accessible Voting Systems

        • On September 1, 1999, Texas became the first state to require that all new voting systems be accessible to voters with disabilities and provide a practical and effective means for voters with disabilities to cast a secret ballot.
        • In every federal election (and most nonfederal elections), each polling place will offer at least one type of accessible voting equipment or Direct Record Electronic (“DRE”) device. This equipment allows voters with disabilities to vote directly on the system or assist them in marking the paper ballot. Depending on the type of system, voters with disabilities may use headphones or other assistive devices to help them vote independently and secretly.
        • In certain nonfederal elections held in counties with a population of less than 20,000, accessible machines may not be available at every polling place. To determine if accessible machines will be available or to request an accommodation, contact the early voting clerk of the county or political subdivision holding the election at least 21 days before the election.

        All Polling Places in Texas Must be Accessible

        Polling places should support voters, not hinder them. When you go to the polls in Texas, you can expect:

        • Your polling place will meet strict accessibility standards, including:
        • A location on the ground floor that can be entered from the street or via an elevator with doors that open at least 36 inches
        • Doors, entrances, and exits used to enter or leave the polling place that are at least 32 inches wide
        • Any curb next to the main entrance to the polling place must have curb-cuts or temporary non-slip ramps
        • Stairs necessary to enter or leave the polling place must have handrails on each side and a non-slip ramp.
        • Removal of all barriers such as gravel, automatically closing gates, closed doors without lever-type handles, or any other barrier that impedes the path of the physically disabled to the voting station.
        • Voting systems that are accessible to voters with physical disabilities and can accommodate no vision, low vision, no hearing, low hearing, limited manual dexterity, limited reach, limited strength, no mobility, low mobility, or any combination of the foregoing (except the combination of no hearing and no vision)
        • Each polling place will offer at least one type of accessible voting equipment or Direct Record Electronic (“DRE”) device. This equipment allows voters with disabilities to vote directly on the system or assist them in marking the paper ballot. Depending on the type of system, voters with disabilities may use headphones or other assistive devices to help them vote independently and secretly.

        Voters May Receive Assistance at the Polls

        Tell the election official if you are a voter who needs help to vote. You do not have to provide proof of your disability. Voters are entitled to receive assistance if they:

        • Cannot read or write; or
        • Have a physical disability that prevents them from reading or marking the ballot; or
        • Cannot speak English, or communicate only with sign language, and want assistance in communicating with election officials.

        Voters may be assisted by:

        • Any person the voter chooses who is not an election worker;
        • Two election workers on Election Day; or
        • One election worker during early voting.

        Voters MAY NOT be assisted by:

        • Their employer;
        • An agent of their employer; or
        • An officer or agent of their union.

        The person assisting the voter must read him or her the entire ballot, unless the voter asks to have only parts of the ballot read. The person assisting the voter must take an oath that he or she will not try to influence the voter’s vote and will mark the ballot as the voter directs. If the voter chooses to be assisted by polling place officials, poll watchers and election inspectors may observe the voting process, but if the voter asks to be assisted by a person the voter chooses, no one else may watch him or her vote.
        It is illegal for a person assisting the voter to:

        • Try to influence the voter’s vote;
        • Mark the voter’s ballot in a way other than the way they have asked; or
        • Tell anyone how the voter voted.

        Voters May Use Interpreters at the Polls

        Voters who cannot speak English, or who communicate only with sign language, may use an interpreter to help them communicate with election officials, regardless of whether the election official(s) attending to the voter can speak the same language as the voter. The voter may select any person other than the voter’s employer, an agent of the voter’s employer, or an officer or agent of a labor union to which the voter belongs. If the voter cannot read the languages on the ballot, the interpreter may also assist by translating the language on the ballot for the voter in the voting booth. (See assistance section above for more details.) If the voter is deaf and does not have a sign language interpreter who can accompany them to help communicate with the poll worker or read the ballot, the voter should contact his or her local election officials before the election and request assistance. NOTE: This is a change in prior law, due to Court Orders issued on August 12 and 30, 2016.

        Curbside Voting

        If a voter is physically unable to enter the polling place, he or she may ask that an election officer bring a ballot to the entrance of the polling place or to a car at parked at the curbside. After the voter marks the ballot, they will give it to the election officer, who will put it in the ballot box. Or, at the voter’s request, a companion may hand the voter a ballot and deposit it for him or her.

        For additional information, contact:

        Secretary of State
        Elections Division
        P.O. Box 12060
        Austin, Texas 78711-2060
        512.463.5650 or 1.800.252.VOTE (8683)
        Fax 512.475.2811, TTY 7.1.1

        Brooks County Election Office
        Anna M Garcia 

        203 S Calixto Mora Ave

        P.O. Box 714

        Falfurrias, Tx 78355

        Disability Rights Texas
        Voting Rights Project for Voters with Disabilities
        2222 West Braker Lane
        Austin, TX 78758
        1-888-796-VOTE (8683) (V/TTY)
        Fax: 512-323-0902
        http://www.disabilityrightstx.org/contact/

        Coalition of Texans with Disabilities
        316 W. 12th Street, Suite 405
        Austin, Texas 78701
        Phone: (512) 478-3366
        Fax: (512) 478-3370
        e-mail: cotwd@cotwd.org

      • ABSENTEE BY - MAIL VOTING

        If you have circumstances that prevent you from voting during the regular early voting period or on election day, you may utilize the Mail Procedure.

        Each qualified voter that wishes to vote early by mail must submit an application to the early voting clerk for each election. You may apply if you are eligible and qualify for one of the four reasons below:

        1. 65 years or older
        2. Disability 
        3. Expected absence from the county
        4. Confinement in jail (not finally convicted of a felony)

        Applications may not be submitted more than 60 days before election day and must be received by this office no later than the 11th day before election day. NO ANNUAL APPLICATIONS FOR EXPECTED ABSENTEES OR CONFINEMENT IN JAIL.

        To request an absentee ballot call us at (361) 325-5670 x 369.  You can also download and print the absentee ballot application, Get your application here. complete the application (if not completed properly, you will receive a rejection letter) then put the completed application in an envelope and mail with postage to: 

        Brooks County Election Administrator 

        Anna M Garcia

        203 S Calixto Mora Ave

        P.O. Box 714

        Falfurrias, Tx 78355

      • Important 2021 Election Dates

        May 1, 2021 - Uniform Election Date
        Authority Conducting Elections Local Political Subdivisions and Counties
        Deadline to post candidate requirements5 Form 1-15 (PDF) Friday, May 1, 2020
        Deadline to post notice of candidate filing deadline1 Monday, December 14, 2020 for local political subdivisions that have a first day to file for their candidates1
        First Day to Apply for Ballot by Mail Tuesday, January 1, 2021*

        *First day to file does not move because of New Year’s Day holiday. An “Annual ABBM” or FPCA for a January or February 2021 election may be filed earlier, but not earlier than the 60th day before the date of the January or February election.
        First Day to File for Place on General Election Ballot (for local political subdivisions ONLY)1 Wednesday, January 13, 2021
        Last Day to File for Place on General Election Ballot (for local political subdivisions ONLY)2 Friday, February 12, 2021 at 5:00 p.m.

        See note below relating to four-year terms 3
        Last Day to Order General Election or Election on a Measure Friday, February 12, 2021
        Last Day to Register to Vote Thursday, April 1, 2021
        First Day of Early Voting By Personal Appearance Monday, April 19, 2021
        Last Day to Apply for Ballot by Mail (Received, not Postmarked) Tuesday, April 20, 2021
        Last Day of Early Voting by Personal Appearance Tuesday, April 27, 2021
        Last day to Receive Ballot by Mail Saturday, May 1, 2021 (election day) at 7:00
        p.m. (unless a late-arriving deadline applies)
        November 2, 2021 - Uniform Election Date
        These dates are subject to changes from the 2021 legislative session.
        Authority Conducting Elections County Elections Officer/Local political subdivisions
        Deadline to post candidate requirements5 Form 1-15 (PDF) Monday, November 2, 2020
        First Day to Apply for Ballot by Mail Tuesday, January 1, 2021*

        *First day to file does not move because of
        New Year’s Day holiday. An “Annual ABBM”
        or FPCA for a January or February 2021
        election may be filed earlier, but not earlier
        than the 60th day before the date of the
        January or February election.
        Deadline to post notice of candidate filing
        deadline
        Thursday, June 17, 2021 for local political
        subdivisions that have a first day to file for
        their candidates1
        First Day to File for Place on General
        Election Ballot (for local political
        subdivisions ONLY)1
        Saturday, July 17, 2021 (“first day” does not
        move; office hours not required)
        Last Day to Order General Election or
        Election on a Measure
        Monday, August 16, 2021
        Last Day to File for Place on General
        Election Ballot (for local political
        subdivisions ONLY) 2
        Monday, August 16, 2021 at 5:00 p.m.

        See note below relating to four-year terms 3
        Last Day to Register to Vote Monday, October 4, 2021
        First Day of Early Voting Monday, October 18, 2021 (17th day before
        election day falls on a Saturday, first day
        moves to next business day)
        Last Day to Apply for Ballot by Mail
        (Received, not Postmarked)
        Friday, October 22, 2021
        Last Day of Early Voting Friday, October 29, 2021
        Last day to Receive Ballot by Mail Tuesday, November 2, 2021 (election day) at 7:00 p.m. (unless a late-arriving deadline applies)

        1 For the few entities who do not have a first day to file: For the May 1, 2021 election, Wednesday, January 13, 2021 is the deadline to post notice of candidate filing deadline for local political subdivisions that do not have a first day to file for their candidates. For the November 2, 2021 election, Saturday, July 17, 2021 is the deadline to post notice of candidate filing deadline for local political subdivisions that do not have a first day to file for their candidates.

        Local political subdivisions include: cities, school districts, water districts, hospital districts, and any other local government entity that conducts elections. Many of these elections are conducted on the May uniform election date. Note: Counties may also be holding local proposition (measure) elections on May 1, 2021.

        2Filing deadlines: generally, the filing deadline is the 78th day prior to Election Day. The Code may provide a different special election filing deadline. See Section 201.054 of the Texas Election Code (the “Code”). Write-in deadlines for general and special elections vary; the deadline for most local (city, school, other) special

        ons is now the same day as the filing deadline for application for a place on the ballot in a May election or November election.

        3If no candidate for a four-year term has filed an application for a place on the ballot for a city office, the filing deadline for that office is extended to 5 p.m. of the 57th day before the election. For the May 1, 2021 election, this is Friday, March 5, 2021. For the November 2, 2021 election, this is Tuesday, September 7, 2021. See Section 143.008 of the Code.

        4The county elections officer may be the county clerk, the county tax assessor-collector (if commissioners court transfers election duties to him/her), or the county elections administrator (if commissioners court creates the position).

        5 Section 2051.152 of the Government Code requires all political subdivisions with the authority to impose a tax maintain a publically accessible Internet website and post the date and location of the next election for officers of the political subdivision and the requirements and deadline for filing for candidacy of each elected office of the political subdivision, which shall be continuously posted for at least one year before the election day for the office.

         

        • Notice of City of Falfurrias General Election:

          The General election will be held in Falfurrias, Texas on  Saturday , May 1, 2021. Polls will open at 7:00 am and close at 7:00 p.m. at the Ed Rachal Memorial library conference room.

                             

          Early Voting will be at the Ed Rachal Memorial Library

           

          Monday April 19, 2021- 8:00 to 5:00 p.m.

          Tuesday April 20, 2021 - 8:00 to 5:00 p.m.

          Wednesday April 21, 2021 - 8:00 to 5:00 p.m.

                                      Thursday April 22, 2021 - 8:00 to 5:00 p.m.

          Friday April 23, 2021 - 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

          Saturday April 24, 2021- 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

          Monday April 26, 2021 - 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

          Tuesday April 27, 2021 - 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

          The deadline to register for this election is April 1, 2021

          Voting and tabulating equipment will be tested on April 8th, 2021at the Ed Rachal Memorial Library at 10:00 a.m.

           

          Poll worker training will be on Wednesday April 14, 2021 at the Ed Rachal Memorial Library at 1p.m. to 3 p.m. Please try to make it.

           

          The deadline for this office to receive an application for ballot by mail is no later than the close of business day on Tuesday April 20, 2021.

           

          WE WILL BE FOLLOWING  COVID PROTOCAL

           

          Questions can be directed to:

          Anna M. Garcia

          Brooks County Elections Administrator

          P.O. Box 714

          203 Calixto Mora Ave.

          Falfurrias, TX 78355

          (361) 325-5670, Ext: 369

           

          noticeofcityelection2021.doc

           

          Notice of Brooks County ISD Election:

          The Brooks County ISD General election will be held in Brooks County on Saturday, May 1, 2021. Polls will open at 7:00 a.m. and close at 7:00 p.m. at the following locations:

          Precinct 1- Ed Rachal Memorial Library

          Precinct 2- VFW Hall 

          Precinct 3S-  Encino Sub- Station

          Precinct 3- Lasater Cafeteria

          Precinct 4-  Los Encintos Elderly housing

          Early Voting will be at the Ed Rachal Memorial Library

          Monday April 19, 2021- 8:00 to 5:00 p.m.

          Tuesday April 20, 2021 - 8:00 to 5:00 p.m.

          Wednesday April 21, 2021 - 8:00 to 5:00 p.m.

                                                 Thursday April 22, 2021 - 8:00 to 5:00 p.m.

          Friday April 23, 2021 - 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

          Saturday April 24, 2021- 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

          Monday April 26, 2021 - 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

          Tuesday April 27, 2021 - 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

           

          Deadline for registration for this election is April 1, 2021

          The deadline for this office to receive an application for ballot by mail is Tuesday April 20, 2021

           

          Voting and tabulating equipment will be tested on April 8, 2021 at the Ed Rachal Memorial Library at 10:00a.m.

           

          Poll worker training will be on April 14, 2021 at the Ed Rachal Memorial Library at 3:00 p.m. . Please try to make it.

           

          Applications for ballot by mail and questions can be directed to:

           

          Anna M. Garcia

          Brooks County Elections Administrator

          P.O. Box 714

          203 Calixto Mora Ave

          Falfurrias, TX 78355

          (361) 325-5670, Ext: 369

          notice of bcisd 01042021.doc

           

        • WILL BE POSTED BY 11 AM THE FOLLOWING DAY WHEN EARLY VOTING BEGINS

          Early Voting History -City of Falfurrias EV 04192021.pdf & BCISD EV 04192021.pdf

          Early Voting History- City of Falfurrias EV 04202021.pdf & BCISD EV 04202021.pdf

          Early Voting History- City of Falfurrias EV 04212021.pdf & BCISD EV 04212021.pdf

          Early Voting History- City of Falfurrias EV 04222021.pdf & BCISD EV 04222021.pdf

          Early voting History- City of Falfurrias 04232021.pdf & BCISD EV 04232021.pdf

          Early Voting History- CITY OF FALFURRIAS 04242021.pdf & BCISD EV 04242021.pdf

          Early voting history- City of Falfurrias 04262021.pdf & BCISD 04262021.pdf

          Early Voting History-  City of Fafurrias 04272021.pdf & bcisd 04272021.pdf

          Election Day City of Falfurrias-City of Falfurrias ED 05012021.pdf

          Election Day BCISD- Pct. 1- BCISD ED P1 05012021.pdf Pct. 2-BCISD ED P2 05012021.pdf Pct. 3-BCISD ED P3 05012021.pdf Pct. 3S- BCISD ED P3S 05012021.pdf Pct. 4- BCISD ED P4 05012021.pdf

          Ballot by Mail Received for City of Falfurrias 

          Maria R Barrera

          404 W Garza St

          2119652390


          Maricela M Lopez

          615 W Noble St

          1007140982

          Ella P Trevino

          529 W Blucher

          1007129364

          Elma Huerta

          607 W Miller St

          1007140832

          Anita A Gonzalez

          912 S Terell St

          1007142338

          Alda E Lopez

          504 W Allen

          1007148870

          Anita Mulanax

          1202 S Terrell

          1007123432

          Elena Herrera

          307 W Flack

          1007141043

          Maria L Herrera

          307 W Flack

          1007141058

          Homer Zungia

          723 W Blucher

          1007169547

          Arnoldo N Almendarez

          613 CR 205

          1007120316

          Hector R Almendarez

          419 CR 205

          1007122947

          Baldemar Ramirez

          200 Mac Pena

          1007131798

          Elsa Ramirez

          200 Mac Pena

          1007137417

          Consuelo Castillo

          517 E Crockett

          1007123007

          Mary Lou Cantu

          1010 E Forrest

          1007163065

          Marcelino Cantu

          1010 E Forrest

          2143859063

          Homer Garcia

          308 Taylor Rd

          2003046797

          Jose O Ruiz

          518 W Bennett

          2140579143

          Elisa I Salinas

          518 W Bennett

          1060340540

          Santos C Gonzalez

          802 S Terrell

          1007146107

          Carlos R Saenz

          615 W Holland

          1007144840

          Cristela C Saenz

          615 W Holland

          1039860380

          Dolores Pena

          507 W Edwards

          1007133058

          Elena Ramirez

          712 W Bennett

          1007132009

          Alicia Cantu

          306 W Littlefield

          1007125670

          Barbarita A Mendez

          898 S Center St #44

          1007134288

          Juan R Vazquez

          514 S Terrell

          1007152411

          Agueda Soliz

          319 E Noble

          1007129607


          Andrea L Ramirez

          708 W Adams

          1168493984

          Javier Ramirez

          708 W Adams

          1020915879

           

          Ballot by Mail Received- Brooks County ISD

          Maria R Barrera

          404 W Garza St

          2119652390

          Agueda Soliz

          319 E Noble

          1007129607


          Baldemar Ramirez

          200 Mac Pena

          1007131798

          Elsa Ramirez

          200 Mac Pena

          1007137417

          Homer Zungia

          723 W Blucher

          1007169547

          Eleazar G Guerra

          311 W Adams

          1011474449

          Anita Mulanax

          1202 S Terrell

          1007123432

          Elena Herrera

          307 W Flack

          1007141043

          Maria L Herrera

          307 W Flack

          1007141058

          Alda E Lopez

          504 W Allen

          1007148870


          Arnoldo N Almendarez

          613 CR 205

          1007120316

          Hector R Almendarez

          419 CR 205

          1007122947

          Consuelo Castillo

          517 E Crockett

          1007123007

          Mary Lou Cantu

          1010 E Forrest

          1007163065

          Marcelino Cantu

          1010 E Forrest

          2143859063

          Elena Ramirez

          712 W Bennett

          1007132009

          Juan R Vazquez

          514 S Terrell

          1007152411


          Homer Garcia

          308 Taylor Rd

          2003046797

          Alicia Cantu

          306 W Littlefield

          1007125670

          Barbarita A Mendez

          898 S Center St #44

          1007134288


          Jose O Ruiz

          518 W Bennett

          2140579143

          Elisa I Salinas

          518 W Bennett

          1060340540


          Santos C Gonzalez

          802 S Terrell

          1007146107

          Maricela M Lopez

          615 W Noble St

          1007140982

          Ella P Trevino

          529 W Blucher

          1007129364

          Elma Huerta

          607 W Miller St

          1007140832

          Anita A Gonzalez

          912 S Terell St

          1007142338

          Carlos R Saenz

          615 W Holland

          1007144840

          Cristela C Saenz

          615 W Holland

          1039860380

          Andrea L Ramirez

          708 W Adams

          1168493984

          Javier Ramirez

          708 W Adams

          1020915879

          Dolores Pena

          507 W Edwards

          1007133058


        •  

          Precincts


          Polling Place

           

          Pct. 1

           City


          Ed Rachal Memorial Library,

          203 Calixto Mora Ave, Falfurrias Tx 78355

           

          Pct. 2


          VFW Hall,

          1310 E Hwy 285, Falfurrias, Tx 78355

           

          Pct. 3 S


          Brooks County Sub-station

          268 S Hwy. 281 Bus. Encino, Tx 78353

           

          Pct. 3


          Lasater School Cafeteria

          500 S Caldwell. Falfurrias, Tx 78355


            Pct. 4


          Los Encinitos Elderly Housing,

          1210 S Center St, Falfurrias, Tx 78355



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