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Early voting information for Chambers County residents

Early voting in Chambers County continues through Friday November 2nd in the November 6th General Election. During the first four days of early voting, 5, 949 Chambers County residents cast early ballots. Please note, early voting times are different for Liberty and Chambers County. In Chambers County, early voting continues Monday October 29th through Thursday November 2nd from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. each day. On Friday November 3rd, Chambers County voters can cast ballots from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.  All early voting in Chambers County is at the following four locations. First, Chambers County voters can cast ballots at the Chambers County Courthouse Annex, 2128 S.H. 61 in Anahuac. Early voting is also at East Chambers County Courthouse Annex, 211 Broadway Avenue in Winnie as well as at West Chambers County Courthouse Annex, located at 10616 Eagle Drive in Mont Belvieu. The fourth early voting location in Chambers County is the Cedar Bayou Community Building, 7711 Hwy 146 in Baytown. Among the contested Chambers County races on November 6th is the office of Chambers County Judge between Republican Incumbent Jimmy Sylvia and Democratic Challenger Jack Daniel Foster Jr.  Chambers County Precinct #5 JP Bob Wallace is a Democrat. He has a Republican opponent – David Hatfield. Chambers County is also a part of U. S. Congressional District #36. Republican Brian Babin has a Democratic Challenger Dayna Steel. Also, voters in Chambers County – as well as a portion of Galveston County- cast ballots in the race for State Representative District #23. That contest is between Republican Mayes Middleton and Democrat Amanda Jamrock. For more information on voting, contact the Chambers County Clerk’s Office at 409 267 2421.       

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