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2021 SPECIAL ELECTION
Sample ballots have not been posted yet. Once they are completed, they can be found here:
YOUR VOTE IS
You must register to vote 30 days before an
If you're new to Texas ...
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 Administrator Office, or
Visit the Collin County Democratic Party office, or
Print out an application by going to the Texas Secretary of State's website here.
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.
Send a completed Application to Vote by Mail to: Collin County Elections Department, 2010 Redbud Blvd., Suite 102, McKinney, TX 75069. Find the application here.
Visit txdp.cc/vbmapp to complete an application online.
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're moving within Collin County to another city ...
Update your registration online here, or
Follow the instructions above 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 above instructions for filling out a voter application.
VOTING IN THE NEWS
DEMOCRATS BEAT REPUBLICANS IN STATEWIDE, NORTH TEXAS PRIMARY TURNOUT
AUSTIN — With more than 2 million votes cast in the March 3 primary, Texas Democrats are celebrating a surge in turnout that narrowly surpassed Republican turnout. (CLICK ICON ABOVE FOR MORE)
TEXAS SAW THE NATION'S SIXTH-HIGHEST VOTER TURNOUT INCREASE, BUT STILL LAGGED BEHIND MOST OTHER STATES
Voter turnout in the 2018 Texas midterm elections increased by 18 percentage points compared with the previous midterms ... (CLICK ICON ABOVE FOR MORE)
FEDERAL JUDGES DENY REQUEST TO PLACE TEXAS BACK UNDER FEDERAL SUPERVISION
BUT ... "(t)he judges -- two Republican appointees and one Democratic appointee -- warned about high levels of racially polarized voting across the state and said that ... "the likelihood increases that the Texas Legislature will continue to find ways to attempt to engage in 'ingenious defiance of the Constitution.'" (CLICK ICON ABOVE FOR MORE)