JASPER COUNTY, Texas — Voters in Jasper 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
There will be four locations in Jasper for you to cast your ballot on Election Day. Registered voters are only allowed to vote in their registered precinct.
- City of Jasper, 465 South Main Street
- Jasper High School, 400 Bulldog Avenue
- Parnell Elementary, 151 Park Street
- Mt. Olive Baptist Church, 1942 North Main Street
What's on the ballot?
City of Jasper
- Mayor, Two-year term
- Rashad Lewis
- Randy M. Sayers
- Councilmember District No 1, Two-year term
- Anderson M. Land, Jr.
- Ronzie Lewis
- Councilmember District No 2, Two-year term
- Michael P. Daniel
- Board of Trustees (vote for two)
- Van Cammack
- Brianna Brooks
- Bruce Bevil
- Proposition A
- The issuance of $18,500,000 of bonds by Jasper Independent School District for school facilities, the purchase of school buses, and the levying of a tax in payment thereof. This is a property tax increase.