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Welcome to Lavaca County Elections

Hours of Operation:  Monday-Friday 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM (Closed 12 Noon - 1 PM)
Lavaca County Courthouse Annex located at 412 N. Texana

Important dates:

January 18, 2023 (30th day before Friday, February 17, 2023, regular filing deadline for a place on the ballot)
February 17, 2023  5:00 p.m. - Last day for a candidate in a political subdivision (other than a county) to file an application for a place on the ballot for general election for officers for most political subdivisions. 
February 20, 2023- Office closed for Presidents' Day

April 6, 2023- Last day to register to vote or make address change.

April 13, 2023- 10am Public L & A Testing Lavaca County Annex

April 19, 2023- Election worker training 6:00pm
April 24, 2023- May 2,2022- Early Voting
May 6, 2023- Election Day


Important Links:

Application for Ballot by Mail 
Ballot by Mail Tracker
Check Voter Registration Status
Online Voter Registration Application
Online Voter Name and Address Changes
File an Election Complaint to the Texas Secretary of State
Candidate Information



Amy Kloesel, Elections Administrator, Lavaca County

412 N. Texana
P.O. Box 727
Hallettsville, TX 77964
(361) 798-3594 phone
(361) 798-4016 fax


The Elections Administrator is responsible for all federal, state, and county elections. In addition, cities, school districts, and political subdivisions can contract with the office to conduct their election.  
The Elections Administrator also serves as the County Voter Registrar, the Early Voting Clerk, and is responsible for all voting equipment owned by Lavaca County.  
The Elections Administrator also serves to accept filings of Campaign Finance, Appointments of Campaign Treasurers, and other filings related to campaign finance.
Voter's Registration Cards/Certificates are valid for two (2) years beginning January 01, 2020 through December 31, 2021. Replacement or changed cards can be obtained through the Texas Voter Registration Application or through your local elections office. 

  • House Bill 25, passed during the 85th Legislative Session, eliminated straight party voting effective September 1, 2020 (Section 64.004, Texas Election Code). If you wish to vote for all of the candidates affiliated with one party, you should select each candidate one at a time on your ballot.

    “El Proyecto de Ley 25 de la Cámara de Representantes, aprobado durante la 85a Sesión Legislativa, eliminó la votación de partido único a partir del 1 de septiembre de 2020 (Sección 64.004, Código Electoral de Texas). Si desea votar por todos los candidatos afiliados a un partido, debe seleccionar a cada candidato uno a la vez en su boleta.”

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