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IF YOU ARE 65 OR BETTER, YOU CAN VOTE EARLY BY MAIL OR IN PERSON
SEND IN YOUR BALLOT REQUEST FORM TODAY

STATE REP. DAVID SPILLER

A MESSAGE FROM

The Biden Administration brings problems to Texas. My promise to you is to keep fighting back. Conservative policies work better, so I am confident we can keep Texas strong by creating jobs, defending the border, lowering crime, lowering property taxes, and fighting against woke values that devastate other states.


Please join me in this effort by voting in this important, historic election.

  • We just passed the biggest property tax cut in American history, but I will cut property taxes even more next year.

  • I will continue the pro-job creation policies which made Texas the 2nd biggest exporter in the world (only China exports more than Texas).

  • I will secure the border and continue building the wall Biden stopped.

  • I will defend the 2nd Amendment.

  • I will defend children from sex changes, explicit drag shows, and keep boys out of girls’ sports.

  • I will defend Texas energy. And I will not allow China and North Korea to buy our agricultural land.

 

Instructions for applying to vote by mail have changed. Below is an application. Simply sign it, add your Texas Driver’s License Number (or Texas Personal Identification Number), secure it in an envelope, use a first-class stamp, address to your elections department, and mail it back. You will receive your ballot later, vote, and mail it back. It’s that easy.

Rep. David Spiller

Texas Election Laws require one of the following identification numbers to be included in your application: Texas Driver’s License, Texas Personal Identification Number, OR Texas Election Identification Certificate Number. If you do not have one of these, give the last 4 digits of your Social Security Number.


Step 1: Fill in your preferred ID# in the application.
Step 2: Sign the attached mail ballot request form (one per voter).
Step 3: Place in an envelope, address to:

 

BROWN COUNTY

Elections Administrator

Brenda Arp

P.O. Box 700 Brownwood 76804-9985

(325) 646-4333 Phone

(325) 643-6317 FAX

 

COMANCHE COUNTY

Elections Administrator

Summer S. Olvera

101 West Central Ave. B102, Comanche TX 76442

254-979-9578 Phone

325-356-5764 FAX

 

COOKE COUNTY

Tax Assessor-Collector

Brandy Ann Carr

112 S. Dixon St., Gainesville 76240

(940) 668-5425 Phone

(940) 668-5497 FAX

 

EASTLAND COUNTY

Elections Administrator

Bekky Rogers

100 West Main Suite 104, Eastland 76448

(254) 629-6051 Phone

(254) 631-0067 FAX

 

JACK COUNTY

Elections Administrator

Lynn Casteel

100 N. Main, Ste 301, Jacksboro 76458

(940) 567-2910 Phone

(940) 567-2930 FAX

 

LAMPASAS COUNTY

Elections Administrator

Mark Bishop

407 S. Pecan, Suite 102, Lampasas 76550

(512) 556-8271 Ext. 206 Phone

(512) 564-1424 FAX

 

MILLS COUNTY

Tax Assessor-Collector

Lori King

P.O. Box 56 Goldthwaite 76844

(325) 648-3879 Phone

(325) 648-2324 FAX

 

MONTAGUE COUNTY

Elections Administrator

Ginger Wall

P.O. Box 158, Montague, Texas 76251

(940) 894-2540 Phone

(940) 894-2543 FAX

 

SAN SABA COUNTY

Sheriff/Tax Assessor-Collector

David L. Jenkins

500 E. Wallace, San Saba 76877

(325) 372-5325 Phone

(325) 372-5328 FAX

 

SHACKELFORD COUNTY

Sheriff/Tax Assessor-Collector

Edward "Ed" Miller

P.O. Box 2620 Albany 76430

(325) 762-2232 ext.6 Phone

(325) 762-2830 FAX

 

THROCKMORTON COUNTY

Elections Administrator

Pam Thompson

P.O. Box 339 Throckmorton 76483

(940) 849-8825 Phone

(940) 849-8826 FAX

 

YOUNG COUNTY

Elections Administrator

Kaitlyn M. Mosley

516 Fourth St., Room B1, Graham 76450

(940) 521-9483 Phone

(940) 221-2104 FAX


Step 4: Affix a first-class stamp and drop it in the mail!

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