Everything you need to know to vote today in Kerr County

Today is the great day for America. A day of Democracy. A day, where the citizens of this country can go and cast their vote and elect the county officials, judges and representatives of their choice. But where? and How? Do we do it?

Since we are Kerrville’s 24/7 Breaking News Outlet, we will stick to Kerr County. Here is all you need to know about voting in Kerr County, TX today.

Polls are open until 7pm

Polling locations are as follows…

Election Day March 6, 2018. Polls open 7:00am to 7:00pm.

Precinct    Polling Place               Location
101 Southern Oaks Baptist Church        122 Valley View Kerrville, TX 
107 Thunder Hills Biker Church      111 Camino Real Kerrville, TX 
109 Northwest Hills Comm. Ctr.      200 Northwest Hills Dr Kerrville, TX 
113 St. Pauls Methodist Church      135 Methodist Encampment Kerrville, TX 
118 River Hills Mall            200 Sidney Baker South Kerrville, TX 
119 Inn of the Hills Resort & Conference    1001 Junction Highway Kerrville, TX
     Center - Grand Ballroom Lobby
202 American Legion Hall            300 FM 480 Center Point, TX 78010 
211 Union Church                101 Travis St.  
215 Hosanna Lutheran Church         134 Camp Meeting Rd Kerrville, TX 
220 Faith Christian Church          1205 Sidney Baker S Kerrville, TX 
303 Calvary Temple Church           3000 Loop 534 Kerrville, Texas 
308 Solid Rock Church           6650 Hwy 27 Comfort, Texas 
312 Zion Lutheran Church            624 Barnett St. Kerrville, TX 
314 Cailliox City Center            910 Main St Kerrville, Tx 
404 Sunset Baptist Church           5176 Junction Hwy Mt.Home, TX
405 Hunt School                 115 Hunt School Rd. Hunt, TX 
406 Kerr County Courthouse Annex-Ingram     3350 Junction Hwy Ingram, TX 
410 First Presbyterian Church       121 Divide School Rd Mt Home, TX  
416 Kerrville KOA Community Center      2400 Goat Creek Rd Kerrville, TX 
417 Western Hill Baptist Church         2010 Goat Creek Rd. Kerrville, TX 

Sample Ballots Democratic
Precincts 101, 107, 109, 113, 118, 119
Precincts 202, 211, 215, 220
Precincts 303, 308, 312, 314
Precincts 404, 405, 406, 410, 416, 417

Sample Ballots Republican
Precincts 101, 107, 109, 113, 118, 119
Precincts 202, 211, 215, 220
Precincts 303, 308, 312, 314
Precincts 404, 405, 406, 410, 416, 417

Voter ID Information

As a result of the passing of the Senate Bill 14, voters are now required to present an approved form of photo identification in order to vote in all Texas Elections. Visit VoteTexas.Gov for more information.
Voter ID Required for Texas Voters 
Identificación de Votantes de Texas Requiere para Votantes 

Required Identification for Voting in Person
Click here for more information.

Voting Guide For Young Voters

Following the voter registration laws in different states can be difficult to keep up with and many worry that changing state residency can affect financial aid or parent's ability to claim them on their taxes. To address these issues here is a voting guide for young voters to help them navigate the process.

The guide includes:
How to register to vote in all 50 states.
Breaking down the myths of voting in college.
An unbiased overview of the platform issues and where each party stands

Please click on this link, a voting guide for young voters, to help navigate you in the process.


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