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You must manually select each of your choices for every contest. Candidates will have the party they are affiliated with listed under their names.
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An acceptable form of photo ID
Your printed sample ballot or handwritten notes
An assistant, if needed
After you print your ballot from the voting machine, you must scan your printed ballot into the machine near the exit. The Scan records your vote digitally two different ways, and stores the paper ballot in the secured box it sits on. When you see the American flag on the screen, you have successfully cast your ballot. For multiple pages of ballot paper, insert the pages one at a time and wait until you see the flag before repeating the process with your second sheet.
To cure your ballot means to fix an error so that it can be officially counted.
If you voted provisionally because you did not have an appropriate ID or supporting document, then you must cure your ballot within six days of the election.
Mail-In Ballots must be requested at the beginning of every year from the County Clerk’s office (409) 835-8475. See more information on their website.
Contact the County Clerk’s office (409)835-8475 and they will walk you through the necessary changes.