Limestone County Elections Administrator Jennifer Southard noticed some irregularities in a stack of applications for mail-in ballots that crossed her desk, and she alerted the Texas Secretary of S
Limestone County Commissioners discussed election results and took no action on the sale of Limestone County Detention Center at their regular meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 10.
Austin – Attorney General Ken Paxton on Friday announced that his Election Fraud Unit assisted the Limestone County Sheriff and District Attorney in charging Kelly Reagan Brunner, a social worker i
Pictured above are Limestone County election workers from Precinct 301 at the elections office located inside the courthouse in Groesbeck. (l-r) JoAnn Archer, Ginger Fritz, Valerie Seidel, and Rhonda Jefferson. Election workers are essential to ensuring that elections are a success. Those interested in being an election worker are encouraged to contact elections administrator Jennifer Southard at 254- 729-4997.
Elections Administrator Jennifer Southard noted that some precincts started off with a big jump, while others showed no big increase. According to the early voting, which ended Friday, Oct. 30, 6,860 registered voters cast their vote early out of a total of 13,963 registered voters in Limestone County, which means 43.98 percent voted early.