Election Day is Tuesday, November 7, and voters in the Dallas Region will be casting their votes for seven state propositions and countless local propositions.
The city of Dallas in particular has an important opportunity to improve and expand many elements crucial to the city’s quality of life such as streets, parks, police and fire facilities without raising taxes by voting “FOR” City of Dallas Propositions A-J. You can learn more about the City of Dallas bond, and the DRC’s endorsement, by reading our blog post on the issue.
Every vote matters, and it is important for every voice to be heard. We hope that you will remember to vote and encourage your employees, co-workers, friends and family members to do so as well.
With so much information out there about voting and the voting process, we’ve created an easy, one-stop shop of useful information to help guide you through election season.
When is early voting and who is eligible?
Early voting began Monday, October 23, and closes Friday, November 3.
Any registered voter may vote early in person. Polling place hours will vary at each early voting location. To find early voting locations, click here or contact the Early Voting Clerk in your county.
What is on the ballot?
Figuring out what is on the ballot and how you feel about each person or issue can be overwhelming. To learn more about the items on the ballot, and the platforms of parties and candidates, click here.
Where do I go to vote?
Polls are open 7 AM – 7 PM on Election Day, Tuesday, November 7. You may only vote at your assigned precinct on Election Day. Your designated precinct number (Pct. No.) can be found next to your year of birth on your voter registration card. To find your voting location, check here two days before Election Day. Many newspapers will also publish polling locations.
Who is currently representing me?
Visit Who Represents Me for information about the national and state elected officials who represent you.
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