Blanco County Democrats - TX
To register to vote, an individual must be
You can get a voter registration application at a library or ANY government office.
Then bring it to the County Clerks office:
101 E. Cypress
Johnson City, Texas 78636
Send it to the Tax Assessor-Collector:
P.O. Box 465
Johnson City 78636
You can also register in person at the Blanco County Voter Registrar’s office located at the office of the County Clerk.
Remember to bring ID
Within 30 days after registering you will be mailed a voter registration card with name, address, and precinct number.
The voter registration card
will (among other things) tell you:
1) The local voting precinct you belong to. (This number is just underneath the gender box: Prec.No.)
2) Which districts you belong to when you vote for different types of elected representatives. This is in the boxes to the right on the card. Blanco County uses only 8 of the 10 boxes, and they look a little different than the sample pictured here. See below:
USREP: Your member of the FEDERAL House of Representatives in Washington DC
STREP: Your member of the STATE House of Representatives in Austin TX
STSEN: Your member of the STATE Senate in Austin TX
COM: Your commissioner
JP: Your Justice of Peace
SCHOOL: Your school district
LIBRY: Library district
FJC: Fire department
The voter registration card looks like this SAMPLE:
Blanco County Precincts
VOTING BY MAIL
You may vote by mail if you are:
You can get the application for a mail in ballot either
in person at the county clerks office (see address below)
some candidates send one out by mail as well.
Then submit your application to:
PO Box 65
Johnson City TX 78636
Applications for a ballot by mail must be submitted to the Blanco County Clerk Office no later than 11 days before Election Day.
After you apply, the clerk will send you a ballot.
Mail In Ballots must be postmarked no later than the day of the election.
The goal of this website is to: