Early Voting Begins Oct. 13 for the Nov. 3 Elections
Oct11

Early Voting Begins Oct. 13 for the Nov. 3 Elections

The General Election is less than a month away. There are a few changes to the voting process during the Nov. 3, 2020 election. In accordance with House Bill 25, passed during the 85th Legislative session, there will be no straight-party voting, effective Sept. 1, 2020. Anyone who wishes to vote for all candidates affiliated with one party will need to select each candidate, one at a time on the ballot. Registered voters will have an...

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Early Voting In Hopkins County Slows, But Still On Track To Set New Records
Oct21

Early Voting In Hopkins County Slows, But Still On Track To Set New Records

Early voting in Hopkins County has slowed this week, but is still on track to set new records. The ROC, the Hopkins County early voting center for the Nov. 3 General Election At the close of the voting center on Tuesday, 6,725 voters had cast Nov. 3 General Election ballots either by personal appearance or mail. There have been 5,844 in-person voters (24.4 percent) and 881 mail voters. That’s a total of 28.07 percent of the...

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20 Percent Of Registered Hopkins County Voters Cast Ballots In First 4 Days Of Early Voting
Oct17

20 Percent Of Registered Hopkins County Voters Cast Ballots In First 4 Days Of Early Voting

More than 20 percent of registered Hopkins County voters had cast ballots during the first 4 days of early voting in the Nov. 3 elections, according to the Secretary of State’s Office. That’s 4,885 of the 23,954 registered voters in Hopkins County casting ballots by the close of business on Friday, Oct. 16. This number includes 4,208 in person voters (17.57 percent) and 677 voters (2.82 percent) submitting ballots by mail....

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Candidate Profiles: Yantis ISD Board of Trustees, Early Voting information
Oct14

Candidate Profiles: Yantis ISD Board of Trustees, Early Voting information

Yantis Independent School District has four candidates running for two full-term 3-year at-large seats on the school board in the Nov. 3 election. The Yantis ISD Board of Trustees Election was originally scheduled in May, but due to COVID-19 had to be postponed until November. Early Voting Early voting by personal appearance for Nov. 3 elections began Oct. 13, and will continue through Oct. 30, with Election Day following on Nov. 3....

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Early Voting Off To Brisk Start In Hopkins County
Oct14

Early Voting Off To Brisk Start In Hopkins County

Paper Ballots, Separate Booth Designated For Voting In Yantis ISD Trustees Election In Hopkins County Early voting got off to a brisk start in Hopkins County Tuesday with 1,020 ballots cast at The ROC, the early voting center, by the end of the day. As was the case in many places Tuesday, there were times when voters had to wait in line to cast ballots, according to the County Clerk’s Office. COVID-19 precautions are strongly...

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Early Voting Location Change, Election Grant Approved By Commissioners Court
Sep28

Early Voting Location Change, Election Grant Approved By Commissioners Court

Hopkins County Commissioner Court made short work of the Sept. 28 meeting agenda, working through the entire agenda in 17 minutes. Among the items considered were an OSSF fee amendment, an early voting location change for the Nov. 3 elections, an elections assistance grant, inmate housing agreement with Rockwall County and a down payment on vehicles for the sheriff’s office. Early Voting Location Change Hopkins County...

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Cumby City Council To Canvass Nov. 5 Election, Select Mayor Pro Tem At Special Nov. 18 Meeting
Nov18

Cumby City Council To Canvass Nov. 5 Election, Select Mayor Pro Tem At Special Nov. 18 Meeting

Cumby City Hall, 100 East Main Street, Cumby, Texas A special meeting of Cumby City Council has been called for tonight to canvass results of the Nov. 5 City Council Election. According to election information released by the county clerk’s office Tuesday night, Nov. 5, 140 ballots were cast in the City of Cumby’s election. On the ballot was the mayoral race between Douglas Simmerman, mayor pro tem, and Ryan Horne. The...

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Early Voting Continues In JP 2 Courtroom With Extended Hours Thursday
Oct31

Early Voting Continues In JP 2 Courtroom With Extended Hours Thursday

All early voting in Hopkins County is being conducted at the Courthouse Annex, 128 Jefferson St. (tax and registration office), in Sulphur Springs. Early voting continues this week with early voting hours extended until 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 31, in the Precinct 2 Justice of the Peace Courtroom in the Courthouse Annex, 128 Jefferson St., in all city, school, regional and constitutional amendment election. Early voting by personal...

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Early Voting Begins Monday In Cumby Mayor, NHISD School Board, Cumby ISD Bond And Constitutional Amendment Elections
Oct23

Early Voting Begins Monday In Cumby Mayor, NHISD School Board, Cumby ISD Bond And Constitutional Amendment Elections

Early voting by personal appearance begins Monday, Oct. 21, in the Constitutional Amendments, Cumby ISD, North Hopkins ISD and Cumby mayoral elections. Early voting begins Monday in three local elections — the North Hopkins Independent School District Board of Trustees, City of Cumby Mayor and Cumby ISD bond — as well as for 10 proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution. All Texas voters are asked to cast ballots for 10...

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Early Voting Begins Monday In Cumby Mayor, NHISD School Board, Cumby ISD Bond And Constitutional Amendment Elections
Oct19

Early Voting Begins Monday In Cumby Mayor, NHISD School Board, Cumby ISD Bond And Constitutional Amendment Elections

Early voting by personal appearance begins Monday, Oct. 21, in the Constitutional Amendments, Cumby ISD, North Hopkins ISD and Cumby mayoral elections. Early voting begins Monday in three local elections — the North Hopkins Independent School District Board of Trustees, City of Cumby Mayor and Cumby ISD bond — as well as for 10 proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution. All Texas voters are asked to cast ballots for 10...

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