The 1st step to winning elections? Registering voters!
This week, our Northwest office hosted a training class for a new group of Volunteer Deputy Voter Registrars. These volunteers are the crucial first step in registering *NEW* GOP voters. We can't win elections if our voters don't turn out - and we won't have voters if they're not registered!
If you can volunteer to serve as a Volunteer Deputy Voter Registrar, click here to find information needed to become a VDVR to assist in the registration of eligible persons to vote.
County Voter Registrar State Rules:
To be eligible to serve as a Volunteer Deputy Voter Registrar, you MUST be:at least 18 years of age
a citizen of the United States
a resident of Texas
In addition to the rules above, a Volunteer Deputy Voter Registrar MUST NOT have been:determined by final judgment of a court exercising probate jurisdiction to be totally mentally incapacitated or partially mentally incapacitated without the right to vote.
finally convicted of a felony or, if a felon, fully discharged of sentence, including any term of incarceration, parole, supervision, completed period of probation, or have been pardoned (Texas Election Code, §13.031(d)).
A person is not considered to have been finally convicted of an offense if the person’s adjudication of guilt was deferred (H.B. 1226, 82nd Leg.).
finally convicted of Fraudulent Use or Possession of Identifying Information (Texas Penal Code, § 32.51).
finally convicted of a Class A misdemeanor relating to performance-based compensation for voter registration (Texas Election Code, §13.008).