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Donna Golden, REO, CERA

TAEA Registered Election Official
155 N. Cass Street
P. O. Box 1239
Centerville, TX 75833
Phone: 903-536-4469
Fax:     903-536-1773


Monday thru Friday
8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m. -  5:00 p.m.


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                Covid-19 Health Protocols for Voting in Person - Spanish


  • 09/24/20 UPDATE:

    Ballots have been received and all ballots by mail have been mailed out to the voters.

    Donna Golden

    Election Administrator, REO


    NOTICE: 11/03/20 General Ballots by Mail

    On Tuesday, September 15, 2020 the Supreme Court ordered the addition of two Green Party candidates to the November 3rd General Election ballot. We have made the changes to the ballot and have resubmitted to the programmers and are back in line at the printers.

    We had originally planned for the ballots to be mailed out by the middle of September, and while that deadline is not impossible to meet, we want voters to be aware that ballots by mail may take at least another two weeks before we even receive them. For every ballot by mail request received we have prepared the envelopes and are ready to distribute once the ballots make it in.

    Donna Golden

    Election Administrator, REO




    11/03/20 Governor Abbott Proclamation


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The election administrator acts as the county voter registrar whose responsibilities
include accepting applications for voter registration, issuing voter certificates, 
maintaining voter registration lists, verifying petitions for local option elections and 
submitting required reports to the Texas Secretary of State's Office.
The election administrator administers all the county and state elections. 
The election administrator may contract with local political subdivisions,
such as cities and schools, to conduct their limited elections. The election 
administrator conducts early voting and, at the party’s request, may contract
to conduct the primary and primary runoff elections. The election administrator
oversees the uniform general election.
*Assigns election responsibilities
*Prepares submissions to the US Department of Justice
*Arranges polling locations
*Prepares ballot layouts and orders ballots
*Programs election equipment
*Hires election personnel
*Conducts election schools for precinct election judges
*Tracks early voting ballots by mail and in person
*Organizes/distributes voting supplies
*Delivers election supplies/equipment to judges
*Reports/distributes election night results
*Assists in canvassing election
*Maintains election records retention