Volunteer Deputy Registrars help register eligible citizens to vote by distributing, reviewing, and accepting completed voter registration applications. A VDR must be trained and appointed by our office to accept Voter Registration Applications. All VDR appointments expire on December 31st of even-numbered years.
Note: We are having a Special Volunteer Deputy Registrar Training Session on Tuesday, September 24th at 10:00am in honor of National Voter Registration Day. For more information visit https://nationalvoterregistrationday.org Class size is limited to 50 participants so you must contact our office 512-943-1630 or email [email protected] to reserve a seat. Classes are approximately 30 minutes. Due to the length of training, anyone arriving more than five minutes late may be asked to reschedule.
Training classes are offered the first, second and third Tuesday of each month at 2:00pm and the first Tuesday of the month at 6:00pm. No classes will be offered during Early Voting or on Election Day.
All classes are conducted at our offices in Georgetown located at 301 SE Inner Loop, Ste. 104 in Georgetown.
Class size is limited so you must contact the training team either by email [email protected] or phone (512-943-1630) to reserve a seat no later than 12:00 pm on the day you wish to attend training. Classes are approximately 30 minutes. Due to the length of training, anyone arriving more than five minutes late may be asked to reschedule.
Once you have completed your formal training, you will be issued a Certificate of Appointment and given a registration packet with instructions and supplies.
Important Note: You may not accept registration applications until you have received the registration packet and the Certificate of Appointment from our office.
Qualifications to become a Volunteer Deputy Registrar:
To be appointed, an individual must be:
- At least 18 years old
- A United States Citizen
- A Texas resident
An individual must not have been:
- Determined by a final judgment of the court to be totally mentally incapacitated or partially incapacitated without the right to vote
- Finally convicted of a felony, or, if convicted, must have (1) fully discharged the sentence, including any term of incarceration, parole or supervision, or (2) been pardoned or otherwise released from the resulting disability to vote
- Finally convicted of identity theft under Section 32.51 of the Penal Code
- Convicted of failing to deliver a voter registration application to a voter registrar
The complete Texas Volunteer Deputy Registrar Guide can be viewed here.