Elections and Voter Registration

Sample of New Voter Registration Card - Check your information and make sure that it is correct, then sign the front of the card and keep it. 
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Date: December 6, 2017

To: Hood County Voters

Mass Mail Out of Voter Registration Certificate Renewals

The Hood County Elections Administration Office began mailing out the new voter registration cards this week.  New certificates are mailed every two years to all registered voters that are active.

The new certificates are yellow and are valid from January 1, 2018, through December 31, 2019.  They replace the blue voter registration certificates, which expire on December 31, 2017.

Voters are encouraged to check the information on their new certificates for accuracy, then sign the front of the card and retain for upcoming elections.

Corrections, if necessary, may be made on the back of the card, sign and return to our office. 

Any person who has moved, had a name change or been previously registered in Hood County and does not receive a new voter registration certificate by the end of this month should contact our office. 

Voters who are placed on the “suspense list” are subject to having their voter registration canceled if their records are not updated within two federal general elections. 

Please contact the Hood County Elections Administration Office at 817-408-2525 should you have a question regarding your voter registration certificate.

You may also visit us online at www.co.hood.tx.us, like us on Facebook (Hood County, Texas) or follow on Twitter (@HoodCountyTX).

For a pdf form of this information click here.

 

Responsibilities of Election Office


One of the most important functions of county government is to oversee the electoral process. The Elections Department is responsible for conducting:
  • All elections at the federal, state, and county levels
  • Certain other elections that contract with Hood County for election services
  • Voter registration

**Vote Centers in Hood County**

What does this mean to you? On Election Day, any Hood County registered voter may go to any one of the 10 polling locations in Hood County and vote. You do not have to go to your specific precinct. It is like early voting, but on Election Day!! View a printable flyer with the list of polling location in Hood County. View a Hood County Map of the locations.

Hood County voters use iVotronics from Election Systems and Software to cast their ballot. If you would like to get familiar with how to use the iVotronics before you come to vote, see quick start instructions, or watch a video.