- Elections Office
joint general election, november 8, 2022
Early Voting starts Monday October 24, 2022.
You must be registered to vote 30 day before the election.
**The deadline to register to vote is Tuesday, October 11, 2022.***
***Deadline to submit an Application for Ballot by Mail is Friday October 28, 2022.***
LIVE STREAMING FOR THE NOVEMBER 8TH JOINT GENERAL ELECTION BEGINS: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2022 AT 9:00 A.M. THRU MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2022
Instructions for Candidate Selection on ExpressVote Touch Screen
- Notice of Partial Manual Count
- Notice of Canvass for the November 8, 2022 Joint General Election
- Notice of Convening of the Early Voting Ballot Board
- Public Notice of Test of Automatic Tabulating Equipment
- Certification of 2nd Test of Automated Tabulating Equipment
- Certification of 1st Test of Automated Tabulation Equipment
- Notice of Partial Manual Count for the November 8, 2022 Joint General Election
- Midland County Notice and Order of Election
- Order of Election for the City of Midland
- Order and Notice of Election for Midland College
- Order of Cancellation of Election for Midland College
- Order and Notice of Election for Midland ISD
- Order and Notice of Election MMH
- Order of Cancellation Midland Memorial Hospital
- Certificate of Unopposed Candidates for Midland Memorial Hospital
- Order of Election for Greenwood ISD
- Proclamation by Governor Ordering General Election
be an election worker
Being an election worker is a great way to serve your community, become more civically involved, and protect our democracy. Election workers help voters throughout the process, assisting voters with disabilities, answering questions, and ensuring voters have a pleasant experience at the polls. Print the Election Worker Response form and return it to our office
The Midland County Elections Office is responsible for election operations and voter registration throughout Midland County. Serving 8 political subdivisions in 45 voting precincts, the Midland County Elections Office contracts with:
- 1 College (Midland College)
- 2 Cities (Midland and Odessa)
- 2 Independent School Districts (Midland and Greenwood)
- 2 Water Utility Districts
- Midland Hospital District
ATTENTION: BILINGUAL POLL WORKERS NEEDED!!! READ MORE...
The Elections department provides a wealth of information from registering to vote, upcoming election information, becoming a poll worker or a Volunteer Deputy Registrar.
Volunteer Deputy Voter Registrar
The Elections Office routinely offers training classes for anyone wanting to become a Volunteer Deputy Voter Registrar for registering voters in Midland County for the State of Texas. To find out more information about this position and it's responsibilities, please call the Elections Office at 432-688-4890 or visit the Texas Volunteer Deputy Registrar Guide website.