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Where To Vote In Hopkins County On Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022

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Early voting in the 2022 Nov. 8 General Election concluded Friday, Nov. 4, with 7,548 of the 24,724 registered voters in Hopkins County casting ballots. That’s 30.53% who voted, 29.08% (7,189) by personal appearance and the remaining 1.2% by mail. Hopkins County voters will have one last chance, on Election Day, Nov. 8, 2022, to cast their choice of candidates and, where applicable, propositions such as the $81.5 million SSISD bond proposal.

County voters have the options of voting at any of the following 12 voting centers Tuesday, Nov. 8, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.:

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  • Precinct 1 — Lutheran Church, 1000 Texas Street, Sulphur Springs, Texas (Front Foyer);
  • Pct. 2A — H.W. Grays Building, 413 Beckham Street, Sulphur Springs, Texas (Meeting Room);
  • Pct. 3 — Hopkins County Courthouse, 118 Church Street, Sulphur Springs, Texas (1st Floor Courtroom);
  • Pct. 3A— Paris Junior College-Sulphur Springs Campus, 1137 TX-301 Loop, Room 101a, Sulphur Springs, Texas
  • Pct. 4 — Hopkins County Civic Center, 1200 Houston Street, Sulphur Springs, Texas (West Hall)
  • Pct. 4A — League Street Church Of Christ, 1100 South League St., Sulphur Springs, Texas (Front Foyer)
  • Pct. 5 — Saltillo ISD, 150 CR 3534, Saltillo, Texas75478 (Ag Lab)
  • Pct. 11 — Cumby Municipal Building, 100 East Main Street, Cumby, Texas 7543, (City Meeting Room)
  • Pct. 12 — Sulphur Bluff ISD, 1027 CR 3550, Sulphur Bluff, Texas 75481 (Foyer Outside Gym)
  • Pct. 13 — Como-Pickton CISD 13017 TX Hwy 11 East, Como, Texas 75431 (Art Room)
  • Pct. 16 — Miller Grove ISD, 7819 FM 275 South, Cumby, Texas75433 (Foyer Outside Gym)
  • Pct. 17 — North Hopkins ISD, 1994 FM 71 Wests, Sulphur Springs, Texas (Admin. Building)

Mail Ballots

The deadline for the voting official to receive ballots mailed within the United States from non-military and military voters who submitted an Application for a Ballot By Mail (“ABBM”) is 5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov 9, 2022, if the carrier envelope has a postmark showing it was in the mail by 7 p.m. Nov 8, 2022.

Please note that different deadlines apply to the last day to receive ballots depending on how they are sent :

  • (1) Ballots from non-military and military voters who mailed ballots domestically and submitted an ABBM must be received by the early voting clerk by 5 p.m. Nov 9, 2022, and must bear a postmark indicating the ballot was mailed by 7 p.m. Nov 8, 2022.
  • (2) Ballots from non-military and military voters who mailed ballots from overseas and who submitted an ABBM must be received by the early voting clerk by Nov 14, 2022 and must bear a postmark indicating the ballot was mailed by 7 p.m. Nov 8, 2022.
  • (3) Ballots from non-military voters who mailed ballots from overseas and who submitted a Federal Post card Application (“FPCA”) must be received by the early voting clerk by Nov 14, 2022, and must bear a postmark indicating the ballot was mailed by 7 p.m. Nov 8, 2022.
  • (4) Ballots from military voters who mailed ballots domestically or from overseas and who submitted a FPCA must be received by the early voting clerk by Nov 14, 2022. (Ballots in this category do not need to have any postmark.)

Texas voters who are eligible to vote by mail must provide: (1) a Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS)-issued Texas Driver License, Personal ID or Election ID Certificate number; OR (2) the last 4 digits of their Social Security Number on both their Application for a Ballot by Mail (ABBM) and mail ballot carrier envelope. As long as one of the ID numbers provided matches what is on the voter’s registration record, the voter’s ABBM and ballot can be accepted.

Additional Information

Hopkins County voters can find additional voter information about the General Election by clicking here; or by selecting the “voter information” menu option on the main page of the Hopkins County website, https://www.hopkinscountytx.org/page/hopkins.Voterinfo.

For additional information about the various elections on Nov. 8 ballots in Hopkins County, including sample ballots, click here.

Author: Faith Huffman

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