The General elections for the city of Conroe are held on the first Saturday of May each year. Locations change annually as the county's precincts are consolidated. The election day schedule begins at 7 a.m. and the documents will be posted closer to the date.
The General Custodian of Electoral Records must electronically submit to the Secretary of State the registration of every voter who participated in the election by the last day. The governing body of a political subdivision other than a county must establish the electoral precincts for elections ordered by an authority of the political subdivision and must follow the requirements of the Secs. If the committee determines that it would not be possible for the voter to correct any defect and return the envelope before polls close on election day, they can notify the voter of the defect by phone or email and inform them that they can cancel their ballot by mail in accordance with Section 84.032 or come in person to the office of the early voting clerk no later than six days after election day to correct any defect. The central counting station must publish unofficial election results as soon as they are available after polls close, but the judge who chairs the central counting station, in collaboration with the county election official, may choose to withhold publication of total votes until last voter has voted. The notice of elections must be published in a newspaper of general circulation if a law outside the Texas Election Code does not specify notification method and this notification method is selected.
This is according to Title 15 of the Texas Election Code. Candidates running for public office must submit campaign contribution and spending reports, and electoral district tabulators must also be tested in accordance with procedures set forth in Chapter 127, Subchapter D, of Texas Election Code, to extent that those procedures may be applicable. If there are any questions about applicability of anything from this calendar to specific election, feel free to call Electoral Division of Texas Secretary of State's Office at 1-800-252-VOTE (868). The election must be ordered as soon as possible after vacancy occurs. To learn about special circumstances related to withdrawal of a candidate before ballots are prepared, contact Elections Division of Texas Secretary of State's Office.
If board determines that it would not be possible for voter to correct defect and return envelope before polls close on election day, board can notify voter of defect by phone or email and inform them that they can cancel their ballot by mail in accordance with Section 84.032 or come to office of early voting clerk in person no later than sixth day after election day to correct defect. For elections ordered only by county judge, if location of voting center changes after being notified under Section 4.003 of Texas Election Code, and county election official maintains website to inform voters about elections, notice of change must be posted on website. However, if seventh day falls before 37th day before election day, mail-in ballot must be mailed no later than 30 days before election day. This deadline does not apply to ballots mailed (domestically or from abroad) by certain members of armed forces who requested ballot using FPCA, as well as members of Texas National Guard or National Guard from another state, or members of Reserve, as well as their spouses and dependents; those voters have until sixth day after election day to return their ballots. Therefore, voter whose request was sent by fax or email eleventh day before election day (deadline) and whose original request is received on or before fourth business day after that date, will continue to have right to receive ballot for elections (if they are otherwise eligible).