Texas Counties Deliver
Elections Department

Lupe C. Torres

Elections Administrator

Email - lupe.torres@medinacountytexas.org

Lena Parrish, Elections Clerk

Email - lena.parrish@medinacountytexas.org

Jean Longoria, Clerk

Email- jean.longoria@medinacountytexas.org

Frances Constante, Clerk

Email - frances.constante@medinacountytexas.org

1202 14th Street

Hondo, Texas 78861

(830) 741-6009

(830) 741-6007 - Fax

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  • Attention Medina County Voters:

    The Medina County 911 Emergency Communications District has informed the Medina County Elections Office that changes have been made to addresses located throughout Medina County.  

     If you have any questions regarding your address or if your Voter’s Registration information is up to date, please do not hesitate to contact the Medina County Elections Office at (830) 741-6009 or feel free to come by our office located at 1202 14th Street, Hondo TX 78861.  

    Lupe C. Torres

    Medina County Elections Administrator

     ATENCIÓN Votantes del condado de Medina

    El distrito de comunicaciones de emergencia del Condado de Medina 911, ha informado a la Oficina de Elecciones del Condado de Medina que se han realizado cambios en la derección que se enquentra en todo el Condado de Medina. 

    Este aviso se envía en un esfuerzo por garantizar que TODA la informacion de los votantes del Condado de Medina sea correcta y esté actualizada con nuestra oficina y que todos los votantes registrados sean asignados a los precintos y/o juridicciones correctos, de modo que todos los votantes registrados son capaces de emitir sus votos en consecuencia durante las próximas elecciones.

    Si tiene alguna pregunta sobre su dirección o si la información de registro de su votante está actualizada, no dude en comunicarse con la Oficina de Elecciones de Condado de Medina al (830)741-6009 o no dude en visitar nuestra oficina ubicada en 1202 14th St., Hondo, TX 78861.

     Lupe C. Torres

    Administrador de elecciones
    del condado de Medina


    Prescribed by Secretary of State 
    Section 63.0013, Texas Election Code 


    Pursuant to Section 63.0013, Election Code: 

    An election officer may give voting order priority to individuals with a mobility problem that substantially impairs the person's ability to move around. 
    A person assisting an individual with a mobility problem may also, at the individual's request, be given voting order priority. 
    Disabilities and conditions that may qualify you for voting order priority include paralysis, lung disease, the use of portable oxygen, cardiac deficiency, severe limitation in the ability to walk due to arthritic, neurological, or orthopedic condition, wheelchair confinement, arthritis, foot disorder, the inability to walk 200 feet without stopping to rest, or use of a brace, cane, crutch, or other assistive device. 

    Voters who wish to be given voting order priority, and be accepted for voting before others in line to vote at that polling place, may indicate this to any election officer serving at the polling place.  The presiding election judge will determine whether the voter and the voter’s assistant, if applicable, will  be brought forward to the front of the line. 

    For immediate release: 08/10/2016


    Instructions : If a voter appears on the official list of registered voters, but does not possess  an acceptable form of photo identification-under Section 63 .0101 of the Texas Election Code (SB 14 ID) or SB 14 ID that has expired by no more than four years-due to a reasonable impediment,the following steps shall be taken by the election officer to allow the voter to cast a regular ballot:
    Present this form to the voter, and ask the voter
    to provide  one  of the  following forms of
    a. a valid voter registration certificate (if on 
    Election Day, the voter registration
    certificate indicates that the voter is 
    appearing at the incorrect polling place,
    the voter should be directed to the 
    correct polling place);

    b. a certified birth certificate (must be an 
    original); or 
    c. a copy or original of a current utility 
    bill, bank statement, government check,
    paycheck, or other government document 
    that shows the voter's name and an 
    address (with the exception that a 
    government document containing a 
    photograph mustbe an original). 
    NOTE : The address on this 
    document is not required to
    match the address recorded
    in the official list of registered 

    2. Ask the voter to complete this form by entering
    their name, and then ask them to review the 
    "Voter's Declaration of Reasonable Impediment 
    or Difficulty," indicate their impediment  or
    difficulty,and sign their name.

    3. Ask the voter to return the completed form to 
    you. You may not question the voter concerning
    the reasonableness of any claimed impediment
    or the truth of the declaration. The election judge
    should enter the date and then sign on the space
    provided on the declaration.

    4. Either you or the election judge should indicate
    on the "To Be Completed By Election Official" 
    form what type of document the voter provided 
    by checking the appropriate box. Either you or
    the election judge should fill in the Date of
    Election and Location fields.

    5. Allow the voter to cast a regular ballot.
2020 Deputy Registrar Schedule

Medina County Elections Department has set the following schedule for DVR classes and/or testing

1st Wednesday of each month 

If you need to attend a DVR class, class time is 10:00 AM on the above listed days, if you are only needing to test, test time is 10:45 AM on the above listed days.

Please contact the Elections Office to inform us of your plans to attend a class or just needing to test, you will need to provide your:  Name, DOB, and telephone number.

Medina County Texas Elections Department 1202 14th St. Hondo, Texas 78861 (830) 741-6009.