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2023 General Election for Cities & School Districts 


 Important Dates

Deadline for local entities to post Candidate Filing instructions:

Monday December 19th 2022

First Day to apply for Ballot by Mail (see application at bottom of page):

Sunday January 1st 2023

Apply for a place on the 2023 General Election Ballot (local subdivisions):

Wednesday January 18th - Friday February 17th 2023


Friday February 17th 2023

Last Day to Register to Vote (to vote in the 2023 May election):

Thursday April 6th 2023

Early Voting Dates:

Monday April 24th - Tuesday May 2nd 2023

Last day to apply for a Ballot by Mail (to receive a B.B.M. for the 2023 May Election):

Tuesday April 25th 2023

Last day for the Elections office to receive a ballot by mail:

Saturday May 6th 2023 by 7p.m. or Monday May 8th 2023 at 5p.m. if envelope is post marked by May 6th 2023- unless overseas or a military ballot. 






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2022 Approved Boundary Lines & Maps


Grimes County Commissioners Precincts 1,2,3,4

Voting Precinct boundary lines.

All changes to Grimes County have been the results of redistricting from the 2020 Census.

All changes to existing boundaries will be in effect

beginning January 1 2022.

*click the links for each map type*

Grimes County Commissioners: Precincts 1, 2, 3, 4

Grimes County Justice of the Peace: Precincts 1, 2, 3

Grimes County Voting Precincts

For any questions, or maps of specific areas please contact our office. 



Ballot By Mail Instructions & Qualifications 

  • Must be a registered voter of the county you are voting in
  • 65 years of Age or Older 
  • Disabled (as defined by Texas Election Code 82.002(a)
  • Expected to give birth within 3 weeks before or after Election Day 
  • Expected Absence from the county
  • Confined in Jail or Involuntary Civil Commitment

All original applications must be received by the deadline stated above for a current election.          (See top of page for specific dates, or call our office)

**Applications for Ballot By Mail MUST be renewed yearly**

Changes to Ballot by Mail & Carrier Envelopes: 

  • Effective 2022- all Ballot By Mail applications MUST contain either your Texas Drivers License or Texas Identification Number, or the last 4 digits of your Social Security Number. 
  • All applications missing this information will be rejected. 
  • When voting by mail your ballot envelope or "carrier" envelope MUST contain the same identifiable information, if missing, your ballot by mail could be rejected. 

Click here for an Application for Ballot By Mail

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Click here for a Carrier Envelope Example

Please submit all completed Applications for Ballot By Mail to: 

Elections / Early Voting Clerk 

P.O. Box 375

Anderson TX 77830


Did you know you can TRACK your ballot? 

click the link below

Track my Ballot with TX Secretary of State



Political Parties of Grimes County:

Party chair &  contact information for Grimes County: 

Democratic Party

Evelyn Ward- Party Chair

Ph. (936)218-3845


Republican Party

Susan Patrick- Party Chair

Ph. (281)221-0373


Grimes Co. does not affiliate with any political party, and solely provides this information for the public as a courtesy.  For any party based concerns, please contact either of the party chairs listed above. Additional political parties listed and active in Texas have not confirmed activity in Grimes Co. and therefore are not listed on our website. 

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