Debbie Rudolph

Address: 102 N. Rice, Ste. 107, Hamilton, TX 76531
Office Phone: 254-386-1205
Fax: 254-386-8727

Important Links:

Conflict Questionnaires

Election Information

Marks & Brands Application ($10 fee)

Redistricting Information

Vital Statistics Application Forms

Certified Copy of Birth in Texas

Certified Copy Death Certificate


Without county clerks, many of government's underlying responsibilities would go undone. The main duties of the county clerk are:
1.) Administering all county and state elections, including early voting and primaries, unless the commissioners court has transferred the function to the tax assessor-collector or an office of county election administrator
2.) Serving as clerk of the county court and the commissioners court and keep records of the proceedings
3.) Acting as recorder of deeds and other instruments
4.) Filing and recording birth and death certificates
5.) Recording assumed names, wills and probate
6.) Issuing marriage licenses
7.) Accounting for all funds paid to the office by way of fines and fees, and the amount owed to county court jurors for service.
In Texas counties with a population of less than 8,000, unless there has been a special election, the county clerk also serves as the district clerk, assuming all constitutional and statutory duties of the district clerk, along with those of county clerk.