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Frio County Elections Administrator


Carlos E. Segura
500 E. San Antonio St. #5
Pearsall, TX 78061

Office: (830) 334-3975
Fax: (830) 334-3984
Email: carlos.segura@friocounty.org

Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8AM to 5PM

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WELCOME!

Thank you for visiting the Frio County Election site. We trust the information listed will assist you in your election research. The Frio County Elections Department is committed to maintaining public confidence in all elections by assuring all elections are conducted in a fair, efficient and accurate manner with the highest level of integrity. The Elections Administrator and his staff are committed to excellence in maintaining up-to-date, accurate voter registration rolls to provide fair and equal opportunities for all of Frio County.
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Frio County 
Voter Registrar
:
Criselda Marquez,
Sandra Torres

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FRIO COUNTY MAPS:

Precincts                         Voting Box                         Non-Hospital                         School
                                      
(Prior to 11/07/2017)
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JULY 31, 2018 SPECIAL ELECTION STATE SENATE DIST. 19

Proclamation                   Special Election Notice

Sample Ballots:    Boxes 1-10

Ballot Listing 
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NOTICES

Ballot Drawing         Election Judges Training        

Early Ballot Board Training         Convening of Early Ballot Board

Test of Automatic Tabulating Equipment
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EARLY VOTING LOCATIONS & HOURS:

Frio County Conference Rm.
410 S. Pecan St.
Pearsall, Texas 78061

Monday, July 16, 2018 - Friday, July 27, 2018 (8:00AM - 5:00PM)
Saturday, July 21, 2018 (7:00AM - 7:00PM)
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ELECTION DAY HOURS & LOCATIONS:
(Voters must vote at their designated voting box location).

Tuesday, July 31, 2018 (7:00AM - 7:00PM)

Voting Box Locations:

PRECINCT 1:

BOX 1
Frio County Conference Rm
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410 S. Pecan St.
Pearsall, TX 78061

BOX 2
Pearsall Housing Authority

(Rear Entrance)
501 W. Medina St.
Pearsall, TX 78061

PRECINCT 2:

BOX 4
Pearsall ISD Elections Office

(Old Superintendent Office)
522 E. Florida St.
Pearsall, TX 78061

BOX 5
Bigfoot Alternative School

13777 FM 472
Bigfoot, TX 78005

BOX 6
Moore Community Center

647 CR 1543
Moore, TX 78057

PRECINCT 3:

BOX 3
Pearsall Public Library

(Rear Entrance)
200 E. Trinity St.
Pearsall, TX 78061

BOX 8
Ted Flores Elementary
 
(Portable Building)
1005 N. Willow St.
Pearsall, TX 78061

PRECINCT 4:

BOX 9
Frio County Annex Building

101 N. Commerce St.
Dilley, TX 78017

BOX 10
Old Dilley Public Library
 
231 W. FM 117
Dilley, TX 78017

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DEADLINE TO REGISTER: 

To vote for the July 31, 2018 Special Election State Senate District 19, submit your Texas Voter Registration Application by 5PM on Monday, July 2, 2018.  


Frio County Voter Registration Card
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Application for Ballot By Mail began January 1, 2018. The application is considered submitted at the time of receipt. 

Annual application for ballot by mail must be requested EVERY year.

Application for ballot by mail MUST be received NO LATER than 5:00PM on Friday, July 20, 2018 to be eligible for the July 31, 2018 Special Election State Senate District No. 19.

Applications for registration and ABBM may be picked up at:
     Frio County Elections' Office
     500 E. San Antonio St. #5
     Pearsall, Texas 78061 – 3145

All applications shall be mailed to:
     Carlos E. Segura
     Frio County Election Administrator/Early Voting Clerk
     500 E. San Antonio St. #5
     Pearsall, Texas 78061 – 3145

For Military & Overseas Voters, more info can be found at FVAP.

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Dear Frio County Voters:

If you have chosen to cast your ballot by mail, I would like to share with you information about the process of voting by mail. Under the law, applications (copies or originals) to vote by mail do not become a public record until the first business day after the Election Day. In recent years, certain campaigns have tried to identify and influence voters casting a ballot from home. When you vote by mail, you may take the following steps to protect your ballot and your vote:

  1. Know your rights as a voter: You have the right to vote for the candidates of your choice. You have the right to mark your own ballot or to receive assistance with reading or marking your ballot from a  person you know and trust. Your vote is secret. You do not have to tell anyone how or for whom you  voted. If a person assists you with reading or marking your ballot, it is a crime for that person to reveal how or for whom you voted.
  2. Be careful about assistance: No one should help you with your ballot, unless you cannot read the        language written on the ballot or unless you have a disability that makes you unable to write or to see. If one of these conditions applies to you, we recommend that you ask a family member or trusted friend for assistance with your ballot. The person assisting you must mark your ballot according to your instruction and cannot suggest how you should vote. The assistant must place his or her name, address, and signature on the carrier envelope.
  3. Mail your own ballot: If you can’t get to the mailbox to mail your own ballot, give your ballot to a family member or trusted friend to mail for you. Do not accept offers from strangers to mail your ballot for you. Texas law prohibits voted ballots from being delivered by common or contract carrier from campaign headquarters.

 

If you follow these simple guidelines, be assured your vote will count. If anyone attempts to pressure or intimidate you, we urge you to report this to the county elections office, your district attorney’s office, or our office toll-free at 1-800-252-VOTE (8683).

NOTE: You may have received ballots and balloting materials from more than one political subdivision. If so, please be very sure to check the name of the election on the top of the ballot before you seal it in the ballot secrecy envelope, and match it to the name of the election that appears on the bottom, right side of the back of the carrier envelope, to make sure that you are returning each ballot in the correct carrier envelope for that ballot. This will ensure that each ballot is delivered to the proper early voting clerk. 
DO NOT put more than one ballot in the carrier envelope. 

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ATTENTION FRIO COUNTY VOTERS! 

THE MASS MAIL OUT OF TEXAS VOTER REGISTRATION CERTIFICATES FOR THE YEARS 2018-2019 HAS BEEN ISSUED. ALL ACTIVE VOTERS SHOULD HAVE OBTAINED THEIRS BY NOW. ONLY VOTERS IN A 
SUSPENSE STATUS DID NOT. TO FIND OUT YOUR STATUS, VISIT AM I REGISTERED? OR CALL OUR OFFICE.

NOTE: If you have moved within the county or need to make any other change, visit Texas.gov or call our office.
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POLITICAL PARTIES OF TEXAS:

                  Democratic                Republican                  Libertarian                   Green
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VOTING INFORMATION:

UPDATED Photo ID Requirement
As of September 2016, the law requires that every voter present photo ID before casting their vote.

NEW H.B. 1735
Voters may only vote ONCE in a Primary Election.

NEW H.B. 2559
Public requests for Applications for Ballot By Mail.

NEW S.B. 5
Methods of submitting an Application for Ballot By Mail.

NEW Voting Order Priority
Any voter with a mobility problem MAY have voter priority.
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VOTER INFORMATION: 

Texas Secretary of State
New laws and bills passed by the State that impact Texas Elections, and any other topics involving elections.

VoteTexas.gov
Answers your WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, WHO, and HOW voting questions.

Accredited Schools Online

Navigates the elections process for students and first time voters.

College Voter Prep Guide
Guides first time college voters through the registration and elections process. Furthermore, Affordable Online Colleges features rankings on the best online colleges in Texas and the U.S., while including info on financial assistance and scholarships.
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ARCHIVED ELECTION RESULTS

  • UNOFFICIAL
    (Local-Pct. by Pct.)

    Canvassed Results March 15, 2018 
          
    DEMOCRATIC          REPUBLICAN              LOCAL

    DEMOCRATIC:
          Early Voting             Election Day                 Total  

    REPULICAN:   
          Early Voting             Election Day                 Total  
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    MARCH 6, 2018 PRIMARY ELECTIONS

    Primary Election Democratic Party Notice       Primary Election Republican Party Notice

    Democratic Sample Ballots:  Precinct 1: Box 1 & Box 2
    Precinct 2: Box 4Box 5 & Box 6     
    Precinct 3: Box 3 & Box 8             
    Precinct 4: Box 9 & Box 10    

    Republican Sample Ballots:  Precincts 1-4: Boxes 1-10                                                    
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    NOTICES

    Convening of Early Ballot Board            Early Ballot Board Training          Election Judges Training

    Test of Automatic Tabulating Equipment         Delivery of Provisional Ballots         

    Reconvening of Early Ballot Board       
    Democratic Primary Canvass

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    MARCH 6, 2018 LOCAL PRIMARY ELECTIONS
    (Democratic & Republican)

    Democratic:

    County Judge: Arnulfo C. Luna
    District Clerk: Ofilia M. Trevino, Selene Corona
    County Clerk: Albert Alvarez, Angie Tullis
    County Treasurer: Pete Jasso Martinez, Anna Luna Hernandez
    County Commissioner: Pct. 2: James Leal, Mando Martinez, 
                                                       Richard "Dickie" Graf
    Pct. 4: Alvaro "Lalo" Tijerina, Jose "Pepe" Flores, Roy J. Kallio, 
               Joe Obregon 
    Justice of the Peace: Pct. 1: Hector M. Lozano, Shanna Gates
    Pct. 2: Jim Sindon
    Pct. 3: Ramiro Trevino, Susana Ruiz-Belding
    Pct. 4: Lauro "Larry" Flores
    County Chair: Davina Rodriguez

    Republican:
    No Candidates

    Independent:
    County Commissioner: Pct. 4: Jose Asuncion

    DEMOCRATIC BALLOT LISTING         
    REPUBLICAN BALLOT LISTING
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    Attention Potential Candidates for March 6, 2018 Primary Elections

    The Frio Elections Department has all candidate filing materials, including the Texas Ethics Commission's required documents. You should start by filing the name of your campaign treasurer with the Frio Elections Department, (the candidate can name himself). If you plan to file for a place on the ballot with the Democratic or Republican Party, the filing deadline is December 11, 2017 at 6:00PM with the party's chairperson.

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