• Tax Assessor/Collector - 979-828-3337
    Constables Office - 979-828-2122
    County Auditor - 979-828-3474
    County Clerk - 979-828-4130
    County Judge - 979-828-3542
    County Treasurer - 979-828-3201
    District Attorney - 979-828-3205
    District Clerk - 979-828-3636
    District Judge 979-828-4656
    Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1 - 979-364-2750
    Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2 - 979-279-2301
    Justice of the Peace, Precinct 3 - 979-828-3929
    Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4 - 254-746-7836
    Sheriff's Office - 979-828-3299 

Texas Counties Deliver

On October 25, 2021, Governor Greg Abbott signed Senate Bill 4, Senate Bill 6, Senate Bill 7, and House Bill 1, adopting new redistricting maps for the U.S. House of Representatives, Texas Senate, Texas House of Representatives, and State Board of Education. BECAUSE OF THESE CHANGES, MANY VOTERS WILL SEE A CHANGE IN VOTING PRECINCTS. NEW VOTER REGISTRATION CARDS WILL GO OUT IN JANUARY, 2022. Please check your Voter Registration Card for your Voting Precinct.


Redistricting maps are located here: MAPS

More Redistricting information here: https://redistricting.capitol.texas.gov/

To vote in an election, you must be registered to vote at least 30 days before the election date. To change your name or address, a completed and signed application is also required at least 30 days before the election date.

Confirm your registration HERE.

Obtain a Voter Registration Application by these convenient ways:
1. Visit the Robertson County Election Center and submit your completed, signed form from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Request an application online from the Texas Secretary of State.
3. Request, via e-mail at elections.dept@co.robertson.tx.us, and our office will mail a paper application to you. Please provide a mailing address and phone number in your email.
Call 979-828-5726 to request an application.
5. You
can pick-up an application at your local U.S. Postal office, library, high school, Texas Department
of Public Safety (DPS) site, Texas Health and Human Services Commission and other government offices.
6. To update your voter registration online, visit this site.


General voter information can be found by visiting this link: Robertson County Voter Information


To be eligible to vote early by mail in Texas, you must:

  • be 65 years or older;
  • be sick or disabled;
  • be out of the county on election day and during the period for early voting by personal appearance;
  • be expected to give birth within three weeks before or after Election Day; or
  • be confined in jail, but otherwise eligible.

BALLOT BY MAIL PAMPHLETS: English:  https://www.votetexas.gov/resources/pamphlets.html  Spanish: https://www.votetexas.gov/es/recursos/folletos.html


Information about running as a candidate can be found at this link:


  • When looking at information pertaining to Voting Precincts, it’s important to remember that your Commissioner, Constable, and JP Precinct is not necessarily the same as your Voting Precinct. Each Commissioner, Constable and JP’s Precinct is made up of several Voting Precincts. 

    Commissioner/Constable/JP Voting Precincts
    Precinct 1 1, 4, 8, 23

    Precinct 2 2, 11, 13

    Precinct 3 3, 6, 16, 19

    Precinct 4 5, 22

    REDISTRICTING HAS CHANGED VOTING PRECINCTS. If you were in Precinct 18 (Ridge), your precinct has been consolidated into Precinct 16 (Easterly). If you were in Precinct 7 (Mumford), your precinct has been consolidated with Precinct 11 (Benchley).


  • Our office is located at 601 North Hearne Street in Franklin, Texas.

    Our mailing address is P.O. Box 819, Franklin, Texas 77856.

    Our phone number is 979-828-5726 and our fax is 979-828-4584.

    You can also e-mail our office at elections.dept@co.robertson.tx.us


House Bill 25, passed during the 85th Legislative Session, eliminated straightparty 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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