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Collin County May 4, 2024 Voter Guide

Early voting is now open

Election season is here! Throughout Collin County, voters will elect a new mayor, vote on multiple propositions and fill city council positions. 

Here’s what to know about the upcoming election:

Early Voting

Residents are no longer able to register for these elections but those registered can vote early now. For a full list of early voting polling locations visit the link here

Here’s when to vote early:

  • April 22 - April 27 | 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
  • April 28 | No voting
  • April 29 - April 30 | 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.
  • May 1 - May 3 | No voting

Check here to see if you are registered to vote. 

Election Day Voting

If residents do not participate in early voting, they can still vote on May 4. For a full list of election day polling locations, visit the link here. Polls on election day will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Please note that these locations are subject to change. 

What You Need To Vote

To vote, residents will need to bring a photo ID. Approved IDs include a driver's license, ID card issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety, military ID card, handgun license, U.S. citizenship certificate or U.S. passport.

What’s On The Ballot

This year, voters will choose a new council member and mayor for the city of Anna; and new council members in Allen, Carrollton, Celina, Frisco, Melissa and Wylie. 

McKinney residents will also have big decisions to make with five general obligation bond propositions totaling $485.5 million. The funds will be used for renovations and construction of city facilities.

  • Proposition A: $106 million for parks and recreation projects
  • Proposition B: $36 million for a new municipal courts facility
  • Proposition C: $30 million for improvements to public works south campus
  • Proposition D: $70 million for public safety facilities
  • Proposition E: $243.5 million for street projects

Frisco voters will vote on several propositions aimed at protecting firefighters. Prop A will implement civil service safeguards for firefighters, ensuring clear protocols for recruitment, termination and advancements while setting up a citizens committee. Meanwhile, Prop B aims to enable collective bargaining between firefighters and the city concerning wages, benefits and working conditions.

Voters can click the link here for a full sample ballot.  

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