Voter Resources

Voting: it’s a good habit to get into!

Stand up…Speak up…Show Up! Your vote is your voice. Vote every election. Stop by to say “hi” to our friendly volunteers, register to vote or update your voter registration at the Comal County Democratic Party Office, M-F, 10AM – 6PM. (see below for other ways to register to vote) PLEASE NOTE: Due to the coronavirus and health concerns, our offices are temporarily closed until April 13, 2020. We will reassess reopening at that time.


The Primary Run-Off Election, scheduled for May, has been delayed until July 14th. 

On March 20, 2020, Governor Abbott issued and signed an order delaying the 2020 Primary Run-off until July 14th .  

Early voting for the July 14th Run-off Elections starts Monday, July 6, 2020 through Friday, July 10th. Updates will be posted here on our website when we learn more about Early Voting polling locations.  

Currently, as a registered voter in Comal County, you may vote at any of 6 Comal County Early Voting polling locations. These locations may be subject to change.

2020 primary run-off ELECTION DAY: July 14, 2020

Comal County has Countywide Polling Locations. Therefore, on July 14, 2020, Primary Run-off Election Day, all Comal County registered voters may vote at any of the CountyWide Polling Locations conveniently located throughout Comal County. An updated list of Election Day Polling Locations will be posted here soon.

Vote Every Race Top to Bottom; Vote the Entire Ballot.   Texas no longer has “straight ticket” voting.  This means, for every race to count, registered voters in Texas must choose one candidate for each race/contest.  

2020 DEMOCRATIC PRIMARy run-off candidates

Please visit Comal County Democratic Party/Voter Resources/Candidates to learn more about our Democratic candidates and who will be on the Democratic Primary Run-Off Ballot.


Am I Registered? Check Texas’s statewide voter registration database to see if you are registered to vote in Texas and that you are registered in the County where you live.  If you move, you must update your voter registration. For example, if you live in Comal County, make sure you are registered to vote in Comal County. Here are Important Dates for the 2020 elections, including voter registration deadlines.

We will soon announce the Last Day to Register to vote in the Primary Run-Off Election as soon as we receive and update from Texas’ Secretary of State.

I registered to vote, but don’t have my Voter Registration Certificate.  When the County where you register to vote receives your Voter Registration, you will be sent a Voter Registration Certificate.  Your Voter Registration Certificate contains useful information, such as your Precinct, Senate and Congressional district. If you live in Comal County and haven’t received your Voter Registration Certificate, please call the Comal County Elections Office at 830-221-1352 and they will send your Voter Registration Certificate to you.  

Are there other ways I can register to Vote? Is empowering all eligible US citizens to become voters. That starts with voter registration. Check your voter registration, and sign-up for vote reminders. If you’re not registered to vote, you can complete an application online. You will be mailed your filled-out voter application along with a stamped envelope that is already addressed. Sign and date your application, put it back in the stamped envelope, and mail it in. Get your application in by April 20, 2020 to be able to vote in the May 26, 2020 Primary Run-Off election.

Register online with the Texas Secretary of State.  Once you complete your application, print, sign and mail the application, The Secretary of State sends your information to the Comal County Elections Office where your information is recorded.  Please make sure you confirm that you are registered to vote before election day.

Register at a Texas Department of Public Safety (TDPS).  You have an opportunity to register to vote or update your voter registration when you get a new license or renew your old one. Be sure to ask! If you registered to vote at the TDPS and haven’t received your Voter Registration Card, it’s a good idea to check your registration status BEFORE you vote!

Register at the Comal County Elections Office. Visit the Comal County Elections Office to register or update your voter registration:  396 N. Seguin Avenue, New Braunfels, TX. Ph: 830-221-1352, Mon-Fri, 8AM – 5PM.  

What sort of ID do I need to Vote?

These are Acceptable forms of photo I.D. required to vote in Texas.


Find out now; avoid long lines at the polls and vote conveniently at home. If you are 65 or older, you are eligible to vote-by-mail, and can send your application in to vote-by-mail. Click this LINK to learn more and get your application, print, sign and mail it in today.

Where Can I find more information About Past Elections?

Click HERE for archive and to learn more about past Texas Election Results.