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IF YOU ARE 65 OR BETTER, YOU ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE BY MAIL
SEND IN YOUR BALLOT REQUEST FORM TODAY

A MESSAGE FROM

STATE REPRESENTATIVE CANDIDATE

JEFF BARRY

I am running to be your next State Representative. I look forward to meeting you in person. Let me tell you about my background. I served four years in the U.S. Navy defending our freedoms, and I fought for children as I served you on the Pearland school board. I worked to prepare students for success and steer them away from radical indoctrination. I have been successful in the private sector as a small business owner. In the legislature, I will be a rock-solid conservative.

  • I will continue the work of trying to secure the border against President Biden’s open border policy.

 

  • I was known as a fiscal watchdog on the Pearland City Council and fought to defend taxpayers from wasteful spending. I want to cut property taxes deeply in the Texas legislature.

 

  • I will protect Texas children from sex changes, online predators, and X-rated drag shows. And I will stand up for girls’ sports and against unfair competition and biological males.


The process of applying to vote by mail changed recently. Below is an application to vote by mail. If you would like to vote by mail, simply sign the application, add your Texas Driver’s License Number (or Texas Personal Identification Number), secure it in an envelope, use a first-class stamp, address the envelope to your elections department (provided below), and drop it in the mail. It’s that easy!


If you prefer to vote in person, Early Voting will begin on February 20th, 2024 and end on March 1st, 2024. Election Day for the Primary is March 5, 2024.

Texas Election Laws require one of the following identification numbers to be included in your application: Texas Driver’s License, Texas Personal Identification Number, OR Texas Election Identification Certificate Number. If you do not have one of these, give the last 4 digits of your Social Security Number.


Step 1: Fill in your preferred ID# in the application.
Step 2: Sign the attached mail ballot request form (one per voter).
Step 3: Place in an envelope, address to:

 

BRAZORIA COUNTY

County Clerk

Joyce Hudman

111 E. Locust, Ste 200, Angleton 77515

(979) 864-1074 Phone

(979) 864-1011 FAX


Step 4: Affix a first-class stamp and drop it in the mail!

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