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Who Represents You?
Do you know who represents your district? Find out who your elected officials are at the link below!
Voter registration deadline for the
November 3, 2020 elections:
Monday, October 5
Are you registered to vote in Texas? Have you recently moved? Did you know having a driver's license no longer automatically registers Texans to vote? Find out how to register, how to obtain a card if you are already registered, and how to change your name or address below. You can also find information about polling dates, locations, sample ballots and more for Collin County and Dallas County. This page is updated whenever information about upcoming election dates becomes available. For additional questions, contact your local county's elections department.
As a complimentary service to Richardson Chamber members, we now provide two deputy voter registrars to your business to register employees in Dallas and Collin counties. Deputy voter registrars receive applications and take them directly to the voter registrar, so that they are received before the registration deadline. Contact Molly Ulmer at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
You must fill out an application to register to vote in your county of residence. To register, visit the following websites:
Collin County (Fill out the Texas Secretary of State form online, print and mail to Collin County Elections, 2010 Redbud Blvd, McKinney, TX 75069. The address will be printed automatically at the top of the form when it is completed.)
Dallas County (Print, fill out and mail the application. No postage is required.)
To check if you are registered and obtain a copy of your voter card, go to:
Have you moved within the same county since you last voted? Change your address online. (Note: As of Jan. 15, 2018, the state website was down. If the website is not functioning, you can change your address by filling out the online form and mailing it to your local elections office at the Texas Secretary of State's website.)
March 6, 2018 - Primary Election
The next state election will be on March 6, 2018. Find more information about candidates below.
U.S. Congressional District 3