June 16, 2018 Town Council Runoff Election
Early voting for the runoff election for Town Council Place 2 begins on June 4. Collin County voters may vote in any Collin County vote center during early voting and on Election Day, including Prosper Municipal Chambers.
Denton County Voters may vote in any Denton County polling place during early voting, including Prosper Fire Station 2. Election Day voting will also be held at Prosper Fire Station 2.
For a complete list of polling locations and hours, please check the Collin County and Denton County websites:
Collin County Residents
May 22, 2018 – Republican and Democratic Primary Runoff
Early voting begins May 14. Please check the Collin County and Denton County websites for polling locations and hours:
Collin County Residents
May 5, 2018 – Town of Prosper General Election
The Town of Prosper will hold a General Election on May 5, 2018, for the purpose of electing individuals to fill the positions of Town Council member, Place 2 and Place 6.
May 5, 2018 – Town of Prosper Special Election
The Town of Prosper will hold a Special Election on May 5, 2018 related to the adoption of a sales and use tax for a Crime Control and Prevention District and a Fire Control, Prevention, and Emergency Medical Services District; repealing the additional sales tax for property tax relief; and designating that the Town Council may by resolution be appointed as the Board of Directors for the Fire Control, Prevention, and Emergency Medical Services District.
The last day to register to vote in the May 5, 2018, General Election is April 5, 2018. Please click on the appropriate link for polling locations, dates and hours for each county: Collin County Residents or Denton County Residents
To register to vote or change your voter registration information, please contact your county’s Elections Administration.
Voter ID Requirements
The Texas Secretary of State has issued new photo ID requirements for Texas voters. Click here to find out about photo ID requirements.
The Secretary of State serves as the Chief Election Officer for the state of Texas, assisting county election officials and ensuring the uniform application and interpretation of election laws through the state. This office may be contacted at 1-800-252-VOTE (8683) or (512) 463-5650 or via the website.
The Texas Ethics Commission provides guidance to candidates and political parties to maintain equality for all involved in the election process. The Commission may be contacted at (512) 463-5800 or via the website.