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El Paso County Elections Department | Lisa Wise, Elections Administrator

Resources

Prices for Election Records

Maps

Maps from Plotter (34×42) - $20.00

11X17 - $3.00

8.5X11 - $1.50

Copies - $.10 per page

Map Book - $20.00

Voter Registration List

CD - $5.00 per file

CD (Mailed via U.S. Postal) - $8.00 per file, plus $5.00 each additional file

Copies - $.10 per page

Labels** - $10.00 per 1,000 labels

**Customer must bring in their own labels (Template #5160)

Street Index

For any Elected Official (1st Copy) - $0

Street Index - $10.00

Voter Record or Voter Application

Certified Copies of Voter Record or Voter Application - $1.00

Regular Copy of Voter Record or Voter Application - $.10 per page

All orders must be pre-paid. Customers requesting any election records must complete and sign the Information Request Form. We accept cash and checks payable to El Paso County. For more information please contact our office at (915)546-2154.

Other Resources

Texas Secretary of State

Vote Texas

Texas Legislature Online

Texas Ethics Commission

Project V.O.T.E.

Federal Voting Assistance Program

U.S. Vote Foundation

Overseas Vote Foundation

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Registered voters as of Tuesday, August 22, 2017
426,485

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