Elections

Local Option Election

June 2020 – Two petitions are currently being circulated in the Town of Prosper for a potential Local Option Election.  Click here to view a list of FAQs.

May 2, 2020 Town of Prosper General Election (postponed to November 3, 2020)

Notice of Postponement

Notice of Election

Drawing for Places on the Ballot – Results

The Town of Prosper will hold a General Election for Town Council Place 3 and Place 5 on May 2, 2020.  The deadline for filing an application for a place on the ballot is Friday, February 14, 2020.  Please contact the Town Secretary’s office with any questions about the election.
Melissa Lee, Town Secretary
(972) 569-1025

Election Information

For a complete list of polling locations and hours, please check the Collin County and Denton County websites:
Collin County Residents

Denton County Residents

Voter Registration
The last day to register to vote in the May 2, 2020 General Election is April 2.

Notice of Voting Order Priority

Upcoming Uniform/Primary Elections

  • March 3, 2020 – Primary Election Date
  • May 26, 2020 – Primary Runoff Election Date
  • November 3, 2020 – Uniform Election Date (Presidential Election)

The Town of Prosper is situated in two counties: Denton and Collin. Please click on the appropriate link to determine the county in which you are registered to vote.

Voter Registration Card Search – Collin County

Voter Registration Card Search – Denton County

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.