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32nd Annual Election Law Seminar for County Election Officials

All seminars are open to the public, all are held in Austin, and there is a nominal registration fee to attend to cover the cost of the seminar manual, breaks, and lunch.  The seminars are educational presentations, tailored to the audience as it relates to their election-related duties, and pursuant to the Texas Election Code.

Early Bird Registration Fee

Late Registration Fee

Payment

Chapter 19 Reimbursement

A guideline for the Chapter 19 Funds Travel Reimbursement Information can be found online.

Refund Policy

No refunds will be issued after May 30, 2014.  If you are unable to attend the seminar for any reason, and our office receives notification of cancellation prior to the deadline, your registration fee will be refunded in full.  Please note that the processing of a refund takes approximately 6-8 weeks.  For questions regarding refunds, please contact Leticia Salazar.

Special Needs

The Secretary of State has made every effort to assure that all activities and events are held in facilities that are accessible to persons with disabilities.  Persons requiring special assistance, reasonable accommodations, and/or special dietary needs should contact Leticia Salazar.

Recommended Dress

Casual business attire is suitable for all conference meetings. Please remember that the meeting rooms are kept cool, so you may want to bring a sweater or a light jacket.

Suggestions/Volunteering

If you have suggestions for topics, or would like to serve on a panel, please contact Leticia Salazar.

If you have any questions regarding this seminar, please feel free to contact the Special Projects Team toll-free at 1.800.252.2216 or direct at 512.463.5650.  We look forward to seeing you in Austin!