Upcoming elections

A Texas statewide constitutional amendment election

November 5, 2019

The following table along with additional details can be found at: https://ballotpedia.org/Texas_2019_ballot_measures

Title Subject Description
Proposition 1 Municipal Allows persons to serve as more than one appointed or elected municipal judge
Proposition 2 Bonds Allows the Texas Water Development Board to issue up to $200 million in bonds
Proposition 3 Taxes Authorizes temporary property tax exemption for disaster areas
Proposition 4 Taxes Prohibits the state from levying an income tax on individuals
Proposition 5 Budgets Dedicates revenue from the sales tax on sporting goods to parks, wildlife, and historical agencies
Proposition 6 Bonds Authorizes the legislature to increase bonds for the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute
Proposition 7 Budgets Increases distributions to the state school fund
Proposition 8 Budgets Creates a Flood Infrastructure Fund
Proposition 9 Taxes Authorizes property tax exemption for precious metals held in depositories
Proposition 10 Animals Allows for transfer of law enforcement animals to handlers or others if in animal's best interest

The 59th quadrennial U.S. presidential election.

November 3, 2020


Make sure you can vote in Wood County

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You can get the full details about voting in Wood County Texas by visiting the site: https://elections.mywoodcounty.com

Registering to Vote in Wood County

Voters registration information can be found here:


Voter Registration applications can be found at

  • The Elections Administration office located on the 4th floor of the courthouse in Quitman, TX.
  • Local libraries, post offices, the sub-courthouse, and Justice of the Peace offices.

You may also print a voter registration application and send it to our office at PO Box 970, Quitman, TX 75783. A printable application can be found online at: