Bosque County Elections
Crystal Denman, EA
PO Box 411 \104 W Morgan St
Meridian, Texas 76665
254-435-6650 (fax 254-435-2311)
Elections Email: email@example.com
First day for voter to submit "annual application" for ballot by mail for all elections in the calendar year 2019 - January 1, 2019
Last day to register to vote or make a change of address -
First day of Early Voting -
Last day to receive Application for Ballot by Mail -
Last day to receive FPCA -
Last day of Early Voting -
Election Day -
EARLY VOTING INFORMATION
Bosque County Courthouse -
Who can Vote by Mail? You are eligible to vote early by mail if you are a registered voter who is: • 65 years of age or older • out of the county during the entire election (must provide out of county address) • sick or disabled • confined in jail, but eligible to vote.
How do I get a Ballot? To vote by mail, you must first apply for a ballot by mail. Bosque County does not send out applications or ballots without a specific request from the voter. HB 1927 allows the application to be submitted at any time in the year of the election for which a ballot is requested as long as it is submitted by the deadline for that election. Applications by mail must be received by the early voting clerk no later than the close of business 11 days before election day. If the deadline falls on a weekend, the last day to submit an application is the preceding Friday. If the deadline falls on a state or federal holiday, the ballot must be received on the preceding business day.
Send your application for a ballot to: Bosque County Elections Administrator PO Box 411 Meridian, Texas 76665. If you choose to use a contract carrier, applications can be delivered to: Bosque County Elections Administrator 104 West Morgan, Meridian, Texas 76665. Fax your application to: Bosque County Elections Administrator at 254-435-2311. We can accept an application in person directly from the individual voter only before early voting begins. Applications can not be accepted by email unless it is an FPCA application.
Election Notice & Sample Ballot's
Voter ID Information
To qualify for an Election Identification Card (EIC), you must be:
Eligible to vote in Texas (show a valid voter registration card or submit a voter registration application to the Department of Public Safety)
A U.S. citizen
A Texas resident
17 years and 10 months or older
How to Apply
Fill out the Application for Texas Election Certificate and return it to a driver license office. The Texas Election Identification card is free.