The city of Conroe, Texas holds elections for its mayor and city council every two years on the uniform election date, which is the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November. To ensure that all citizens have the opportunity to vote, the county election official must provide voting centers for the election. At a minimum, these voting centers must be shared with a public city or university district that holds an election on the same day. The county election official can be the county clerk, the county election administrator, or the county tax assessor-collector, as decided by the county commissioners court. The deadline for ordering a special election to fill a vacancy for this uniform election date is 70 days before the election date.
However, ballots sent by mail from abroad by certain members of the armed forces who requested a ballot using an FPCA, as well as members of the Texas National Guard or National Guard from another state, or members of the Reserve, as well as their spouses and dependents; these voters have until the sixth day after election day to return their ballots. The call for elections must be published in a newspaper at least 70 days before the election date. After the elections are held, the county must post certain information about the results of the elections on its website. The recorded video is considered an electoral record and will be kept by the general trustee until the end of the calendar year in which an election is held or until an electoral contest in the county is resolved, whichever is later. A special election for a political subdivision is considered to be an election separate from that of a general election for officials from the same political subdivision that is held at the same time as the special election. This notice must be placed in the voting center used in the previous general elections and must remain placed continuously until election day. A city or independent school district that holds an election and maintains an Internet website must also publish this same election information on its website, even if the county also publishes this data. For every application submitted before 37 days before election day, voting materials must be mailed before 30 days before election day.
The recommended date for appointing poll workers from an electoral district to serve as an early voting board is also 37 days before election day. Currently, there is no deadline set for appointing election officials; there is only one deadline for notification. The last day for submitting voter registration to the Secretary of State is also 37 days before election day. If you have any questions about how this calendar applies to your specific election, feel free to call the Electoral Division of the Texas Secretary of State's Office at 1-800-252-VOTE (868).