Find Out Who Represents You
TX Senate & House, TX Delegation to U.S. Congress
Statewide, Courts, Board of Education, Railroad Commission
City Council & School District
McKinney Independent School District has 5 trustees based on geography and 2 at-large trustees (all voters may vote for at-large). Note: McKinney city limits also has students in the following independent school districts: Allen, Frisco, and Prosper.
Find your City Council District for McKinney. Note: The cities of Allen, Anna, Celina, Frisco, Melissa, Plano, and Prosper are elected "at-large" by all voters who live inside the city limits.
Important Registration Information
If You're Moving Within Collin County To Another City
Update your registration online here or follow the instructions below for filling out an application and click the "change" box.
If You're Moving To Collin County From Another Texas County
You must re-register. Please follow the below instructions for filling out a voter application.
Register To Vote
Pick up an application at the same time you obtain your Texas Driver's License at your local Department of Motor Vehicles, or
Visit the Collin County Elections Department, or
Visit the Collin County Democratic Party or
The State of Texas does NOT allow online voter registration. Fill out a printed voter registration form.
Vote By Mail
If you're 65 or older, will be out of the county during the early voting period and election day, or are disabled or ill, you are eligible to vote by mail. College students who will not be in their home county can also vote by mail.
FIND THE APPLICATION HERE. Send the completed Vote by Mail Application to: Collin County Elections Department, 2010 Redbud Blvd., Suite 102, McKinney, TX 75069. Once you've completed your application or mailed in your vote by mail ballot, you can track it.
Important: The new law under SB1 states that all applications must contain either your SSN and/or your TX ID / DL number on the vote by mail application, whichever you used in registering to vote. BEST PRACTICE IS TO PUT BOTH.
If you have questions or need assistance with the Application, call the Collin County Democratic Election Hotline at 469-609-0539 or send an email to email@example.com.
If you'd like to watch a video on how to complete the vote by mail application, go to the Secretary of State's website.
Upcoming Elections (in order of date)
Constitutional Amendment, General, and Special Election – Election Day: Tuesday, November 7, 2023, 7:00 am - 7:00 pm
Last day to register to vote: Tuesday, October 10, 2023
Last day to apply for Ballot by Mail: Friday, October 27, 2023
Once an election is scheduled and the County finalizes the ballots, you can see what your actual ballot will look like. Use the tool at the top of the online form to search for your ballot based on your Precinct Number.
If you don't know your Precinct Number, check here
Phones are not allowed inside polling locations, so you will need to print out any endorsement or election information to take with you to the polling location. You ARE ALLOWED to take printed material with you.