Welcome Voters

NOTICE FROM THE ELECTIONS OFFICE:

Until further notice, the Gregg County Elections Office is encouraging voters to take care of their business by phone, email or online.
 
The Gregg County Elections Office is still working on behalf of the voters of Gregg County and are available by the following means:
  • Email: elections@co.gregg.tx.us
  • Phone: 903-236-8458
  • Mail: Gregg County Elections, PO Box 2827, Longview, TX 75606.
  • Webpage: www.GreggCountyVotes.com

 

Voters are encouraged to visit our website for up to date information and resources.

Applications for “Voter Registration” and “Ballot by Mail” are available by:
  • Printing applications from our website
  • Calling our office to receive by mail
  • Picking up in-person (by requesting an in-person visit).
    The Gregg County Elections Office is located at 101 E. Methvin, Suite 112, Longview, TX 75601.

Thank you for your patience and understanding during this time as we all work together to prevent the potential spread of COVID-19.

 
Sincerely,

Kathryn Nealy
Elections Administrator

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November 3, 2020 – Presidential Election

IMPORTANT DATES FOR THIS ELECTION:

LAST DAY TO REGISTER TO VOTE: Monday, October 5, 2020
EARLY VOTING DATES: Tuesday, October 13  – Friday, October 30, 2020
ELECTION DAY: Tuesday, November 3, 2020

Click on the “Voter ID” picture above for a list of acceptable forms of ID to take when you vote.

REMINDER:  “Straight-Party Voting” (where you select one party – then cast your vote) is no longer available.  You will have to make ALL SELECTIONS individually.  It will take longer to vote, so the lines will be longer.  Please vote during EARLY VOTING.  If you wait until Election Day, YOU WILL WAIT IN LINE. 

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**VOTING MACHINE DEMONSTRATION**

Here is a Video demonstration that was published by the Longview New Journal.

You must be registered to vote 30 days before that election, you will need to take ID to the polls, and we highly encourage you to vote early.  If you wait until election day, YOU WILL WAIT IN LINE!

View our tabs at the top of the page to learn more about registering to vote, what’s on the ballot, voting early in person, voting by mail and voting on election day.

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