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What's on the ballot in Hardin County?

Polls open at 7 a.m. May 1.

KOUNTZE, Texas — Some voters in Hardin County have a handful of municipal and school board elections to vote on.

On Election day, May 1, polls open at 7 a.m. and will stay open until 7 p.m. Anyone in line by 7 p.m. will be allowed to vote.

Here's everything you need to know before you head to the polls!

What you need to bring to vote

In Texas, you need one of these to cast your vote:

  • Your DPS driver license 
  • Personal ID issued by DPS
  • Texas Election ID certificate
  • Texas handgun license issued by DPS
  • Military ID card with photo
  • U.S. Passport with photo
  • U.S. citizenship certificate with photo

See photos of the above examples here

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Polling locations

There are various locations across Hardin County for you to cast your ballot on Election Day. Registered voters in Hardin County must vote at their registered polling place.

LIST: Here are the May 1 poling locations for Lumberton

What's on the ballot

City of Lumberton

Lumberton ISD

  • Voting locations and times
  • Sample ballot

  • Board of Trustees, Position Three
    • Ryan Verde
    • Kevin Edwards
  • Board of Trustees, Position Four
    • Kimberly Olexa
    • Georgia . Vasilakis
    • Kristin Romero
  • Board of Trustees, Position Five
    • Allen Ward
    • Sharon Jeffcoat Spears

Silsbee ISD

  • Voting locations and times

  • Place Three
    • Dana Hancock (incumbent)
    • Jennifer Huff
    • Marlin Brisbane
  • Place Four
    • Sam Edd Harrell (incumbent)
    • Kenneth Rulon
  • Place Five
    • James de Garavilla (incumbent)
    • Cindy Smith

Hardin-Jefferson ISD