The office of Elections Administrator was created by Commissioner’s Court in 2019 under the Texas Election Code Chapter 31, Subchapter B.
The Elections Administrator is responsible for all federal, state, and county elections. In addition, cities, school districts, and political subdivisions contract with the office to conduct their election.
The office is responsible for all voting equipment owned by Colorado County including testing, maintenance, storage, rental, and transport to voting locations.
The Elections Administrator also serves as the County Voter Registrar, and supervises all voter registration for the county.
The Elections Administrator also serves as the Early Voting Clerk, and serves to accept filings of Campaign Finance, Appointments of Campaign Treasurers, and other filings related to campaign finance.
The Election Administrator has the duty to report certain jury exemptions to the state per Sections 62.108, and 62.001(e) of the Government Code. This includes permeant exemptions for over 70 years of age, and court ordered exemptions.
Central Counting Station Plan (Text)