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VOTING IN MIDLAND COUNTY
 
ALL VOTING IN MIDLAND COUNTY IS ELECTRONIC USING ELECTION SYSTEMS & SOFTWARE DREs (click on start button for the video) WITH THE FOLLOWING EXCEPTIONS:
You can vote an optic scan paper ballot if you qualify for any one of the following:
1.            Ballot by Mail  (Chapter 82 T.E.C.) if:
a. you are a registered voter in Midland County and
b. you are age 65 years or older or
c. you will be out of Midland County during early voting and election day and have an out-of-county address to receive the ballot or
d. you have a disability or illness or
e. you are confined in jail for something other than a felony
2.            Federal Postcard Application (Section 101.001 T.E.C.) if:
                a. you are a registered voter in Midland County and/or would qualify to be registered
                b. you are a member of the armed forces of the United States or spouse or dependent of a member stationed outside Midland County
                c. you are a member of the merchant marines of the United States or spouse or dependent of a member stationed outside Midland County
                d. you are domiciled in this state but temporarily living outside the territorial limits of the United States and the District of Columbia
               
Your ballot will be mailed to military/country address outside Midland County
               
3.            Limited Ballot (Section 112.002 T.E.C.) if:
a. you were a registered voter and would have been eligible to vote in another Texas county at the time of the election
b. your Midland County registration was not effective on or before Election Day
 
You must vote during early voting at the Elections Office and can vote only on races/issues common with the previous and new county
Your registration will be canceled in your previous county
 
4.            Provisional Ballot (Section 63.011 T.E.C.) if:
 
a. you are eligible to vote in this election , but are not on the list of registered voters  
b. you requested a ballot by mail, but did not vote the ballot
c. you execute an affidavit stating you are a registered voter in the precinct in which you are trying to vote