P.O. Box 787
Llano, Texas 78643
1447A East Hwy 71
Llano, Texas 78643
Email: click here to e-mail
Staff: Kayla Kothman, Deputy Voter Registrar
Cindy A. Miller, Assistant Elections Administrator
Uniform Election Date - November 3, 2015 Constitutional Amendment Election
Last Day to Register to Vote: Monday, October 5
First Day to apply for Ballot by Mail: Tuesday, September 1
Last Day to apply for Ballot by Mail: Friday, October 23
Election Day: Tuesday Nov. 3
Early Voting Locations
Consolidation of Voting Precincts
Sample Ballot November 3, 2015
The Voting Precinct is printed on the Voter Certificate
or call Llano County Elections Office for assistance: 325.247.5425
or call the Llano County Elections Office
Photo ID required for Texas Voters
You must now present one of the following forms of photo ID when voting in person:
*Texas driver license issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS)
*Texas Election Identification Certificate issued by DPS
*Texas personal identification card issued by DPS
*Texas concealed handgun license issued by DPS
*United States military identification card containing your photograph
*United States citizenship certificate containing your photograph
*United States passport
exception of the U.S. citizenship certificate, the identification must
be current or have expired no more than 60 days before being presented
for voter qualification at the polling place.
For more information and exemptions see the VOTETEXAS.GOV website or contact the Llano County Elections Office at (325) 247-5425.
Voter Registration Certificates
New Voter Registration Certificates were mailed to all registered voters in mid-December. The new card is orange and is effective through 12/31/2015. Please sign your card on the front and bring it with you each time you vote along with your photo ID (see below).
If you did not receive your card or if your information has changed, please contact the Elections Office for assistance. If you are not yet a registered voter, please complete and return a Texas Voter Registration Application. Applications are available at our office, libraries, and post offices.
Visit the website to find answers to general questions about voting in Texas. Please note that you may complete a registration application online, but you must print out the completed form, sign it and mail it to us to complete the registration process.
Voting an Early Ballot by Mail
To be eligible to vote early by mail in Texas, you must:
• be 65 years or older;
• be disabled;
• be out of the county on election day and during the period for early voting by personal appearance; or
• be confined in jail, but otherwise eligible.
Contact our office to request an Application for Ballot by Mail or you may print an application from VOTETEXAS.gov.
If you are 65 or older or disabled and selected the ANNUAL APPLICATION option, you will automatically receive a ballot for each election for the remainder of this year.