Brown County, TX
Republican Party


Feb. 4 is the last day to register to vote in the
March 4, 2008
Republican Primary Election!
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Brown County Republican Chairman Brad Locker Contact Info. at the bottom of this page.


As a Texas Voter, Know Your Rights�What are they?

    You Have:

  1. The right to a ballot with written instructions on how to cast the ballot.
  2. The right to cast your vote in secret and free from intimidation.
  3. The right to receive up to two more ballots if a mistake is made while marking the ballot.
  4. The right to ask the polling place official for instructions on how to cast the ballot, but not for suggestions on who to vote for.
  5. The right to bring an interpreter to assist you as you qualify to vote if you do not understand the English language.
  6. The right to assistance while casting your ballot if you cannot write, see the ballot, or understand the language in which it is written.
  7. The right to bring written materials into the voting booth to assist you as you cast the ballot.
  8. The right to vote at any early voting location in the county for elections conducted county-wide.
  9. The right to report a possible voting rights abuse to the Secretary of State or to your local election official.
  10. The right to cast a provisional ballot if your name does not appear on the list of registered voters, or you do not have proper identification.
  11. The right to file an administrative complaint with the Secretary of State concerning violations of federal and state voting procedures.
  12. The Secretary of State�s office may be contacted toll-free at 1.800.252.VOTE (8683), via e-mail at elections@sos.state.tx.us, and by regular mail at: Elections Division, P.O. Box 12060, Austin, TX 78711.
    You may not:

  1. Vote in an election in which you know that you are not eligible to vote.
  2. Vote twice in an election.
  3. Provide assistance to a voter who is not eligible to receive assistance.
  4. Suggest how another person should vote by word, sign or gesture while in the polling place.
  5. Intimidate, threaten, or coerce any person from voting or attempting to vote.
  6. Electioneer or loiter within 100 feet of the entrance to the polling place or inside the polling place.
  7. Buy or sell your ballot.
  8. Deposit a ballot in the ballot box that was not given to you by an election official.

Precinct 101 Chairman Wanda Furgason Exe. Comm. Member
Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd
1800 Good Shepherd – Brownwood
325-646-8791

Precinct 105 Chairman Ryan Locker Exe. Comm. Member
Southside Baptist Church
1219 Indian Creek Rd. – Brownwood
325-646-5127

Precinct 109 Chairman Valerie Adams Exe. Comm. Member
New Life Assembly Church
1910 Indian Creek Rd. – Brownwood
325-646-7222

Precinct 113 Chairman Marie Bowman Exe. Comm. Member
New Life Assembly Church
1910 Indian Creek Rd. – Brownwood
325-646-7222

Precinct 202 Chairman Shirley Keyes Exe. Comm. Member
St. Mary’s Catholic Church (Education Building)
1101 Booker St. – Brownwood
325-646-7455

Precinct 204 Chairman
Alma Rosa DeHoyos Exe. Comm. Member
St. Mary’s Catholic Church (Education Building)
1101 Booker St. – Brownwood
325-646-7455

Precinct 212 Chairman Grace Hefner Exe. Comm. Member
May Community Center
Hwy. 183 N. – Brownwood
Hilda Foster – 254-259-2097

Precinct 214 Chairman Currently Vacant
Crossroads Baptist Church
Park Road 15 – Brownwood
Pastor Edmond Wheeless 325-646-4416 or Bett Weedon 325-642-1317

Precinct 215 Chairman Bett Weedon Exe. Comm. Member
Crossroads Baptist Church
Park Road 15 – Brownwood
Pastor Edmond Wheeless 325-646-4416 or Bett Weedon 325-642-1317

Precinct 303 Chairman Carl McMillan Exe. Comm. Vice-Chairman
East Elementary
2700 Vincent – Early
325-646-2937

Precinct 306 Chairman Nell Holland Exe. Comm. Member
Northridge Baptist Church
Hwy. 183 N. – Early
325-646-5895

Precinct 307 Chairman Beth Bowyer Exe. Comm. Member
Blanket Lion’s Club Building
718 Main
Blanket

Precinct 308 Chairman Suzanne Owens Exe. Comm. Member
Zephyr Community Center
Hwy. 84
Zephyr

Precinct 316 Chairman
Mary Lynn Taylor Exe. Comm. Member
Northridge Baptist Church
Hwy. 183 N. – Early
325-646-5895

Precinct 318 Chairman Currently Vacant
Northridge Baptist Church
Hwy. 183 N. – Early
325-646-5895

Precinct 410 Chairman George R. Dick, Jr. Exe. Comm. Member
Bangs Community Center
406 Spencer – Bangs

Precinct 411 Chairman Donna Massey Exe. Comm. Member
Coggin Ave. Baptist Church – Sunday School Building (across the street from the main church building)
1806 Coggin Ave.
325-646-1506

Precinct 417 Chairman Ervin Bates Exe. Comm. Member
Rocky Creek Baptist Church
4301 CR 577 & Hwy. 297
325-752-6406

Executive Committee Treasurer Nyo Lowe

Executive Committee Secretary Linda Daugherty



The County is divided into 4 Precincts. Each Precinct is divided into Districts. Therefore, for example: Precinct 101 would technically be understood to be Precinct 1 District 1.
The Chair for the County as well as the Chair for each Precinct District is elected to a two year term. Each of the above listed Chairs began serving his/her new term May 2006. The County Chair must reside in the County and the Precinct Chairs must reside in the District to which he or she is Elected.

If you would like to Volunteer in your Precinct, please contact your Precinct Chairman.
For Precinct Chairman Contact Information, please call the Brown County Republican Party.


To Contact the Brown County Republican Party:

Call: 325-643-3198 Monday – Friday between the hours of 8:30 – 5:00 (if calling before or after hours, an answering machine will record your message)

Or Write:

Brown County Republican Party
4600 Austin Ave.
Brownwood, TX 76801-7524
325.643.3198 Fax: 325.646.8243

Or Email:

The Brown County Republican Party

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