I am currently a Volunteer Deputy Registrar in another county, how can I use reciprocity to become a Williamson County Volunteer Deputy Registrar?

You can get reciprocal VDR certification either in-person at the Elections Department or online.

In-person:

Bring your VDR Certificate of Appointment from another Texas county to the Elections Department office at 301 SE Inner Loop Georgetown, TX 78626. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm
We will review your certificate and ask you to complete a Williamson County VDR Certificate of Appointment.

Online:

Please complete the VDR Appointment Request form.

Email the completed Appointment Request form and your VDR Certificate of Appointment from another Texas county to Team Training

We will review the forms and send a link you can use to complete the Williamson County VDR Certificate of Appointment

After you have completed your portion of the Williamson County VDR Certificate of Appointment we will assign a VDR number and send the final VDR Certificate of Appointment
Please allow 1 to 3 days for this process.

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1. Can I hand out voter registration applications without being deputized?
2. As a Williamson County Volunteer Deputy Registrar can I accept applications for voters living in other counties?
3. What if someone submits an application but is already registered to vote?
4. May I photocopy the applications that I accept?
5. Can I designate someone to return voter registrations applications in my place?
6. Is there a minimum age to become a Volunteer Deputy Registrar?
7. What happens if I fail to deliver completed applications on time?
8. As a Volunteer Deputy Registrar can I appoint others to be Volunteer Deputy Registrars?
9. I am a candidate. Am I eligible to become a Volunteer Deputy Registrar?
10. Is it possible to become a statewide Volunteer Deputy Registrar?
11. I am currently a Volunteer Deputy Registrar in another county, how can I use reciprocity to become a Williamson County Volunteer Deputy Registrar?