Vote by Mail

Ballot by Mail Tracker

To track the status of your ballot by mail application or ballot, please enter your voter information below. Fields marked with an * are statutorily required.

To order an application for a ballot by mail to be mailed to you, contact:
Elections Administrator Stephanie G. Garza
P.O. Box 243
Sarita, TX 78385
(361) 294-5255 Phone


Voting by Mail

In Texas, in order to vote by mail, a voter must have a qualifying reason. A voter may vote early by mail if they:

*are 65 years of age or older on Election Day
*Disability (as defined in Texas Election Code 82.002 (a)
*are expecting to give birth within three weeks before or after Election Day
*Expected Absence from the County during Early Voting and on Election Day
*are confined in Jail or Involuntary Civil Commitment

One of the grounds for voting by mail is disability. The Election Code defines “disability” to include “a sickness or physical condition that prevents the voter from appearing at the polling place on election day without a likelihood of needing personal assistance or of injuring the voter’s health.” (Sec. 82.002). Voters who meet this definition and wish to vote a ballot by mail must submit an application for ballot by mail.

To vote by mail please click on the button below to get the required form.

After you are done filling it, print it and mail it to:

Stephanie G. Garza
Kenedy County
Elections Administrator
P.O. Box 243

Sarita, TX 78385

If you e-mail your application to the early voting clerk, you must also mail the original application so that the clerk receives it no later than the fourth business day after the day the clerk receives your emailed application. If you e-mail your application, your application will be considered complete and timely as long as the original is received by the early voting clerk by the fourth business day after it was submitted by e-mail.