Early voting begins Monday, June 29 in the run-off elections from the Primary elections held in March. The run-off should have been in May but was moved to June 29 through July 10 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Republican run-off has only one race which is for State Representative, District 60, between Dr. Glenn Rogers and Jon Francis.
The Democratic run-off has two races. For United State Senator, the candidates are Royce West and Mary “MJ” Hegar. For Railroad Commissioner, the candidates are Chrysta Castaneda and Roberto R. “Beto” Alonzo.
ALL ELECTION DAY VOTING PRECINCTS WILL BE IN ONE LOCATION ON JULY 14: Brown County Elections Office, 613 N Fisk St., Suite 200, Brownwood
EARLY VOTING LOCATION – Brown County Elections Office – 613 N. Fisk St., Suite 200
Early Voting – June 29 thru July 2 – 8 am to 5 pm
Early Voting – July 6 thru 8 – 8 am to 5 pm
Early Voting – July 9 thru 10 – 7 am to 7 pm
Election Day – July 14, 2020 – 7 am to 7 pm
For questions regarding elections, call the Elections Administrators Office 325-646-4333.
SAFETY MEASURES IN PLACE FOR VOTING
Following recommended health protocols from the Texas Secretary of State, the Brown County Elections Office is taking extra precautions during COVID-19. Voters will notice that every other voting machine is in use, making them six feet apart. You will see lines on the floor to keep voters six feet apart while they are waiting to vote. Hand sanitizing stations will be available. During the check-in process, the interaction will be with one person who checks you in. You will be given a pen, which you keep, to sign in. After each person votes, alcohol swabs will be used to clean each button on the voting machine. You are welcome to wear masks into the Elections Office if you desire. Election officials will ask you to lower the mask briefly as they verify identification.
For questions regarding the voting procedure, call the Elections Administrators Office 325-646-4333.