Absentee Voting

 Absentee Voting (Ballot By Mail)
A voter who is over 65, out of the county during early voting or election day, disabled or confined in jail who prefers to vote by mail may request an absentee ballot from the Brazos County Elections Administration Office.
Please note to recieve an absentee ballot you must submit an application for ballot by mail. Applications are listed below.

An absentee ballot request must be submitted and be received by the Elections Administrator no later than 11 days prior to the election. An individual application or letter is needed for each person requesting an absentee ballot. The application must include name, address where the person is registered, address where to send the ballot, reason for voting by mail, political party (for primary elections) and signature.
 
 Military & Civilians Overseas
Military and spouse or dependents of military and civilians overseas will need to get an FPCA application (PDF). This application is good for 1 calendar year. A blank application and more information can be obtained from the federal government at www.fvap.gov or www.overseasvotefoundation.org.

Your Absentee Ballot must be received by the Brazos County Elections Administration Office before the close of the polls at 7:00 p.m. on Election Day.
 
 Ballot By Mail Application
To vote by mail (absentee voting), download the document below that fits your circumstance:

Applications may be scaned and emailed to BrazosVotes@brazoscountytx.gov or mail the form to:


You may fax the form to (979) 361-5779 or email the form to kocon@brazoscountytx.gov.