Joint general Election, november 2, 2021
Early Voting Starts Monday, October 18, 2021
You must be registered to vote 30 days before the election. The deadline to register to vote is Monday, October 4, 2021
Deadline to submit an Application for Ballot by Mail is Friday, October 22, 2021
covid-19 polling place action plan
As we navigate through these difficult times, we would like to put voters’ minds at ease regarding upcoming elections in Midland County. Our facilities crew has been hard at work building sneeze guards that will be used at each vote center to protect voters and workers during the check-in process. The pens used during the check-in process will be cleaned using alcohol wipes between every voter. Masks and gloves will be worn by election workers every day of Early Voting and Election Day. Lysol disinfectant spray, hand sanitizer and alcohol for cleaning voting equipment will also be used. Voting machines will be spaced 6 feet apart and cleaned with alcohol before each voter touches the machine to cast their vote. Election officials will mark waiting distances at 6 feet apart. Because hand sanitizer can ruin paper ballots, voters will be encouraged to use sanitizer on their way out of the vote center. We hope all these measures being put in place will help Midland voters and election workers feel safe as we navigate this new normal.
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
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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.