Elections Office

LIVE STREAMING FOR THE november 8TH joint general ELECTION BEGINS:   saturday, october 29, 2022 AT 9:00 a.M. THRU MONDAY, November 21, 2022

Daily Voter List

The list of voters who voted or mailed in an absentee ballot is available for download at the link above.  We are required to report to the Secretary of State’s office by midnight of each day of early voting and on election day, a list of voters who participated on that day.

be an election worker

Being an election worker is a great way to serve your community, become more civically involved, and protect our democracy.  Election workers help voters throughout the process, assisting voters with disabilities, answering questions, and ensuring voters have a pleasant experience at the polls.  Print the Election Worker Response form and return it to our office

Become a poll worker

Election Worker Training

Date Time Location
Tuesday, January 25, 2022 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM Training Room/Media Room
Thursday, January 27, 2022 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Training Room/Media Room
Saturday, February 5, 2022 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Training Room/Media Room


The Midland County Elections Office is responsible for election operations and voter registration throughout Midland County. Serving 8 political subdivisions in 45 voting precincts, the Midland County Elections Office contracts with:

  • 1 College (Midland College)
  • 2 Cities (Midland and Odessa)
  • 2 Independent School Districts (Midland and Greenwood)
  • 2 Water Utility Districts
  • Midland Hospital District


The Elections department provides a wealth of information from registering to vote, upcoming election information, becoming a poll worker or a Volunteer Deputy Registrar.

Volunteer Deputy Voter Registrar

The Elections Office routinely offers training classes for anyone wanting to become a Volunteer Deputy Voter Registrar for registering voters in Midland County for the State of Texas. To find out more information about this position and it's responsibilities, please call the Elections Office at 432-688-4890 or visit the Texas Volunteer Deputy Registrar Guide website.