Voter Registration Information
To be eligible for voter registration, applicants must be a U.S. citizen, a resident of the county, 18 years of age by election day (you may apply for registration at age 17 years, 10 months), not a convicted felon (unless a person's sentence is completed including any probation or parole), and not declared mentally incompetent by a court of law.
If for any reason you cannot register yourself, with your permission, your spouse, parent, or child may complete and sign a voter registration application for you, as long as that person is a registered voter or has applied for voter registration. This person is known as your “agent.”
Please note that all voters who register to vote in Texas must provide a Texas driver’s license number or personal identification number issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety. If you do not have such a number, then you must state that fact on the application and provide the last four digits of your social security number. If you do not have a social security number, you must also state that fact on your application.
Register to vote or change your Voter Registration...
Postage-paid voter registration applications (for new registrations or updates) are available at the Kendall County Elections Offfice, local boerne post office, libraries, and public assistance offices in Kendall County...or, click the link below to view and print the online version of the voter registration application. You can complete the form on your computer and then print, sign, and return the completed form. The completed application must be returned to the Elections Department in person or by mail to the address shown on the application form. Completed applications must be returned or clearly postmarked by the 30th day before any election in which you desire to vote. If the deadline falls on a weekend or holiday, the deadline moves forward to the next business day.
Print and return completed applications by mail, in person or by fax to:
221 Fawn Valley Drive, STE. 100
P.O. Box 2384
Boerne, TX 78006
(830) 331-8295 -fax
IF AN APPLICATION IS FAXED YOU MUST STILL MAIL YOUR ORIGINAL APPLICATION. IT MUST BE RECEIVED WITHIN 4 BUSINESS DAYS. WE CANNOT ACCEPT COMPLETED APPLICATIONS BY E-MAIL.
Update your name and/or address online…
You may update your name and/or address online if you still live in the county in which you are currently registered to vote. If you have moved to a new county, it is necessary to re-register using the Voter Registration Application provided in the section above. Online name and/or address changes must be submitted by the 30th day before any election in which you desire to vote. Click the link below to submit your online name and/or address change.
- Request for Peace Officer Confidentiality
- Request for Address Ommission for Judge
- VoteTexas.gov (Voter Information Website from the Texas Secretary of State)
Frequently Asked Questions:
- How often do I have to register to vote?
If you are currently registered in Kendall County, and have not moved, you do not
need to re-register. However, if you have moved or recently had a name change, please
complete a new application and submit it to our office no later than 30 days before the
- Am I able to change my address online if I am moving from a different county?
No. Voter Registration applications submitted online can only be done by a voter
moving within the county where he/she is currently registerd. You can complete an
application online, but you must print, sign and mail it to our office.
- I can't find my voter registration card. How do I get a replacement?
You can request a replacement from our office by completing the application above and
selecting "Request for a Replacement Card" on the top of the application. Please be
sure to complete the application in its entirety.
- I cant' find my voter registration card. Can I still vote?
On August 10, 2016, a federal district court entered an order changing the voter identification requirements for all elections held in Texas after August 10, 2016 until further notice. As a result, voters who have obtained an acceptable form of photo identification for voting listed below are still required to present it in order to vote in person in all Texas elections. The acceptable form of photo identification may be expired up to four years. Voters who have not been able to obtain one of the forms of acceptable photo identification listed below, and have a reasonable impediment or difficulty to obtaining such identification, may present a supporting form of identification and execute a Reasonable Impediment Declaration, noting the voter’s reasonable impediment to obtaining an acceptable form of photo identification, and stating that the voter is the same person on the presented supporting form of identification.
This requirement is effective immediately.
Here is a list of the acceptable forms of photo ID:
- Texas driver license issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS)
- Texas Election Identification Certificate issued by DPS
- Texas personal identification card issued by DPS
- Texas license to carry a handgun issued by DPS
- United States military identification card containing the person’s photograph
- United States citizenship certificate containing the person’s photograph
- United States passport
With the exception of the U.S. citizenship certificate, the identification must be current or have expired no more than 4 years before being presented for voter qualification at the polling place.
Here is a list of the supporting forms of ID that can be presented if the voter cannot obtain, and has a reasonable impediment or difficulty to obtaining one of the forms of acceptable photo ID:
- Valid voter registration certificate
- Certified birth certificate (must be an original)
- Copy of or original current utility bill
- Copy of or original bank statement
- Copy of or original government check
- Copy of or original paycheck
- Copy of or original government document with your name and an address (original required if it contains a photograph)
After presenting a supporting form of ID, the voter must execute a Reasonable Impediment Declaration.