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Terri Hefner, Elections Administrator

Address: P.O. Box 605
La Grange, TX  78945

Physical Address: 151 N Washington St., Room 108
La Grange, TX  78945

Office Phone:  (979) 968-6563
Fax Number: (979) 968-6426

E-mail Address:

The office of Elections Administrator was created by Commissioner’s Court in 2006.

The Elections Administrator is responsible for all federal, state, and county elections. In addition, cities, school districts, and political subdivisions contract with the office to conduct their election.

The office is responsible for all voting equipment including testing, maintenance, storage, rental, and transport to voting locations.

The Elections Administrator also serves as the County Voter Registrar, and supervises all voter registration for the county.

The Elections Administrator also serves to accept filings of Campaign Finance, Appointments of Campaign Treasurers, and other filings related to campaign finance.

Who represents me?

Notice of Canvass-May 22,2018 Republican Primary Runoff Election
Notice of Voting Order Priority
May 22 Primary Runoff Election Early Voting Numbers

May 22 Primary Runoff Election Summary - Unofficial Results

May 22 Primary Runoff Precinct Summary - Unofficial Results

May 22 Runoff Election 
Fayette County Democratic Party
Fayette County Republican Party

Sample Ballots

01 East La Grange-Rutersville
Republican Democrat
01 West La Grange Republican Democrat
01 North La Grange
Republican Democrat
04 Fayetteville-Ellinger-Willow Springs
Republican Democrat
07 Round Top-Warrenton-Carmine-Nechanitz
Republican Democrat
10 Warda-Winchester
Republican Democrat
12 Plum-West Point
Republican Democrat
14 Muldoon-Cistern
Republican Democrat
16 Flatonia-Praha
Republican Democrat
21 Swiss Alp-Ammannsville
Republican Democrat
23 Holman-Mullins Prairie
Republican Democrat
25 Schulenburg-Dubina
Republican Democrat

May 5 Special Election Summary - UnOfficial Results
May 5 Special Election Sample Ballots

01 East La Grange (01 East and 02 Rutersville)

01 North La Grange (01 North)


01 West (01 West and 20 Hostyn)


04 Fayetteville (04 Fayetteville, 03 Ellinger, and 05 Willow Springs)


07 Round Top (07 Round Top, 06 Warrenton, 08 Carmine, 09 Nechanitz)


10 Warda (10 Warda and 11 Winchester)


12 Plum (12 Plum and 13 West Point)


14 Muldoon (14 Muldoon and 15 Cistern)


16 Flatonia (16 Flatonia and 17 Praha)


21 Swiss Alp (21 Swiss Alp and 22 Ammannsville)


23 Holman (23 Holman and 26 Mullins Prairie)


25 Schulenburg (25 Schulenburg and 24 Dubina)


May 5 City and School Election Sample Ballots

City of La Grange

City of Schulenburg

Schulenburg ISD

Fayetteville ISD

Carmine ISD

May 5 Election Notices
Schulenburg ISD Election Notice
Fayetteville ISD Notice of Election
Notice of Logic and Accuracy Test

May 5 Polling Locations
City and School Elections
Special Election for House District 13

May 5 Special Election Early Voting Turnout


Republican Notice of Primary Election Canvass

Early Voting Numbers

March 6 Primary Election Summary - Official Results
March 6 Primary Election - Precinct Summary - Official Results

March 6, 2018 Primary Election


                              ·         What is a Primary Election?

A Primary Election is an election used either to determine the nominees for political parties in advance of a General Election.

·         Who will be on the Ballot?

Sample Ballots by Voting Precinct
Sample Ballots Republican
Sample Ballots Democratic

·         Election Notices

Notice of Voting Order Priority
Public Notice of Test Of Automatic Tabulating Equipment


·         When is Early Voting?

Early Voting Information

·         Where do I Vote?


·         Ballot by Mail

Application for Ballot by Mail

About Ballots by Mail:

Fayette County Voters are eligible to vote early by mail if they are a registered voter who is:

·         65 years of age or older

·         Out of the county during the election period (early voting through election day)

·         Sick or disabled

·         Confined in jail but eligible to vote

To vote by mail, a voter must first fill out and submit an application for a ballot by mail to the Fayette County Elections Office.  The office does not send out applications or ballots without a specific request from the voter.

The Elections Office can receive applications for a ballot by mail no earlier than January 1st of the year in which the election is held and no later than the close of business 11 days before Election Day. If the deadline falls on a weekend, the last day to submit an application is the preceding Friday. If the deadline falls on a state or federal holiday, the application for a ballot must be received on the preceding business day.

Voters may request applications for a ballot by mail by contacting the Fayette County Elections Office.  Voters may submit their completed applications for a ballot by mail using email , fax (979) 968-6426 or by mailing applications to:

Fayette County Elections Office

PO Box 605
La Grange, TX 78945

When filling out an application for a ballot by mail, Voters need to make sure:

·         They check the box with the reason why a voter is eligible to vote early by mail,

·         They check the box indicating the political party’s primary in which the voter wants to vote. 

Lastly, if a Voter is 65+ or disabled and would like the Elections Office to send ballots for all eligible 2018 elections, the Voter needs to mark the box labeled “Annual Application”.

For more information on ballot by mail and Federal Post Card Applications procedures, call the Fayette County Elections office at 979-968-6563.

Voter Turnout Statistic Report

2006 to 2014- growth in precincts

Past Election Results

Schedule of County Offices up for Election

Facts About Residence

Voter Registration Application

Facts about Voting by Mail

Ballot by Mail Application (Boleta por Correo)

Facts about Early Voting in Person

Download Fayette County Election Precincts Map

List of Commissioner Precincts and Election Precincts

Cities and Schools in Fayette County

Search for your U.S. and State Representatives and Senators

Secretary of State Website

League of Women Voters of Texas

League of Women Voters Voting Guide



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