Voter ID Information
As a result of the passing of the Senate Bill 14, voters are now required to present an approved form of photo identification in order to vote in all Texas
Elections. Visit VoteTexas.Gov for more information.
Voter ID Required for Texas Voters
Identificación de Votantes de Texas Requiere
Required Identification for Voting in Person
Click here for more information.
Voting Guide For Young Voters
Following the voter registration laws in different states can be difficult to keep up with and many worry that changing state residency can affect
financial aid or parent's ability to claim them on their taxes. To address these issues here is a
voting guide for young voters to help them navigate the process.
The guide includes:
How to register to vote in all 50 states.
Breaking down the myths of voting in college.
An unbiased overview of the platform issues and where each party
Please click on this link, a voting guide
for young voters, to help navigate you in the process.
Voter Maintenance Scam alert
The Election Department is NOT and WILL NOT ask for ID to be sent anywhere. Please be on the alert and let us know if and when you are contacted.
You can call Eva 830-792-2242, Nadene 792-2245, or Michele 792-2248.
For more information contact us:
Kerr County Courthouse
700 Main Street
Kerrville, Texas 78028
Phone: (830) 792-2242
Fax: (830) 792-2253
Located in the Kerr County Courthouse, 700 Main Street Suite 124, Kerrville, Texas in the Tax Assessor's
office. Telephone number (830) 792-2242
Voter Registration Application Form
Request Application for Ballot by Mail
Federal and State Election Information
For Voters that are Uniformed Service Member or a family member or a Citizen living outside the U.S. please go to the Federal Voting Assistance Program website for
assistance. Federal Voting Assistance Program: the link is www.fvap.gov
Federal Voting Assistance Program
Check Your Voter Registration
Texas County Precinct Maps
Texas Secretary of State Web Site
Texas Voter Information Website
City, County, and School Election Websites
City of Kerrville
County of Kerr
March 9, 2004 Primary Election Results
March 7, 2006 Primary Election Results
November 7, 2006 General Election Results
May 12, 2007 Primary Election Results
November 6, 2007 General Election Results
March 4, 2008 Primary Election Results
November 4, 2008 General Election Results
May 9, 2009 City Election Results
November 3, 2009 General Election Results
March 2, 2010 Primary Election Results
April 13, 2010 Primary Runoff Election Results
May 7, 2010 City and School Election Results
November 2, 2010 General Election Results
November 8, 2010 General Election Results
November 8, 2011 General Election Results
May 12, 2012 City and School Election Results
May 29, 2012 Primary Election Results
July 31, 2012 Primary run off Election Results
November 6, 2012 General Election Results
May 11, 2013 City and School Election Results
November 5, 2013 General Election Results
March 4, 2014 Primary Election Results
May 10, 2014 City and School Election Results
May 27, 2014 Primary Runoff Election Results
October 4, 2014 Ingram, Texas Election Results
November 4, 2014 General Election Results
May 9, 2015 Ingram, Texas Election Results
May 9, 2015 Jail Bond Election Results
May 9, 2015 Kerrville, Texas Election Results
November 3, 2015 General Election Results
March 1, 2016 Primary Election Results
May 7, 2016 City and School Election Results
May 24, 2016 Primary Run-off Election Results
November 8, 2016 General Election Results
May 6, 2017 City Election Results
NOTICE - voting equipment
Under 2002's Help America Vote Act, HAVA, elections nationwide were required by law to utilize electronic voting by January of 2006.
Kerr County purchased the eSlate and eScan machines, which are manufactured by Hart Intercivic, an Austin-based company. eSlate,
the electronic voting system and eScan, the paper ballot scanning equipment will be provided at each location. The equipment
was purchased by the County Clerk via a HAVA grant from the state.
The equipment may be previewed on the Internet at:
Hart Intercivic's site.