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Collin County Election Results

US Congressional District 3

Van Taylor 54% Chris Claytor 2%
Lorie Burch 44%

Senate District 8

Angela Paxton 51%
Mark Pharris 49%

Senate District 30

Pat Fallon 73%
Kevin Lopez 27%

House District 33

Justin Holland 65%
Laura Gunn 35%

House District 66

Matt Shaheen 50.3%
Sharon Hirsch 49.7%

House District 67

Jeff Leach 51%
Sarah Depew 49%

House District 70

Scott Sanford 62%
Julie Luton 38%

House District 89

Candy Noble 60%
Ray Ash 40%

Collin County Judge

Chris Hill 57%
Danyell Lanier 43%

County Commissioner Pct 2

Cheryl Williams 55%
Tanner Do 45%

County Commissioner Pct 3

Darrell Hale 62%
David Azad 38%

County Commissioner Pct 4

Duncan Webb 53%
Byron Bradford 47%

2018 Key Voting Dates

Feb 5

Last day to register to vote

Feb 20-Mar 2

Primary Election Early Voting

Feb 23

Last day to apply for ballot by mail

Mar 6

Primary Election Day

May 14-18

Early Voting for Primary Runoff

May 22

Primary Run-off Election Day

Oct 9

Last day to register to vote

General Election

Oct 22-Nov 2

General Election Early Voting

Oct 26

Last day to apply for ballot by mail

Nov 6

Election Day

Primary Election

Feb 5

Last Day to Register to Vote

Feb 20 - Mar 2

Primary Election Early Voting

Feb 23

Last Day to Apply for Ballot by Mail

Mar 6

Primary Election Day

May 14 - 18

Early Voting for Primary Runoff

May 22

Primary Run-off Election Day

Oct 9

Last Day to Register to Vote

Oct 22 - Nov 2

General Election Early Voting

Oct 26

Last day to apply for ballot by mail

Nov 6

Election Day

Register to vote

Where to vote

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#CollinCountyVotes focuses on 2018 candidates for offices within Collin County that typically need more awareness, in an effort to give voters a chance to get to know their local representatives on the ballot. Offices that are elected state wide are not included.

For the November 2018 elections, Collin County Votes will continue its focus on the following seats: US Congressional District 3, Texas State Senate Districts 8 and 30, Texas State House Districts 33, 66, 67, 70, and 89, Collin County Judge, and Collin County Commissioners Districts 2, 3 and 4. We are working to bring you comprehensive information on the candidates for those seats. Stay tuned for updates.

 

Your U.S. Congressional Representative is responsible for representing your interests in Washington D.C. Their decisions impact the federal government’s role in your life in many large and small ways, including policies on taxes, immigration, health care, infrastructure funding, federal regulations and more.

DISTRICT 3

 
 

Your Texas State Senator is one of 31 Senators responsible for state laws that impact Texas and the region.  Passage through the Senate is a necessary step for any bill to become a state law.

DISTRICT 8

District 8 represents Plano, McKinney, Allen, Frisco, Allen, Fairview, Lucas, Park and parts of Richardson and Dallas.

 
 

District 30

District 30 represents the Collin County cities of Prosper, Celina, New Hope, Melissa, Weston, Anna, Blue Ridge, Princeton, Farmersville, Josephine, Nevada, Lavon and Lowry Crossing.

 
 

Your State Representative is one of 150 members in the Texas House of Representatives, the second of the two chambers through which bills must pass on their way to becoming a state law.

Districts 33, 66, 67, 70, 89

District 33

District 33 represents Frisco, Blue Ridge, Farmersville, Josephine and Royse City.

 
 

District 66

District 66 represents the western portion of Plano.

 
 

District 67

District 67 represents Plano and Allen.

 
 

District 70

District 70 represents McKinney, Prosper, New Hope, Melissa, Celina, Weston and Anna.

 
 

District 89

District 89 represents eastern Plano, Parker, Wylie, Murphy, Lucas, Saint Paul, Lowry Crossing and Lavon.

 
 

The County Judge represents all residents in Collin County.

 
 

The Collin County Commissioners Court is comprised of the County Judge and four commissioners elected in districts throughout the county.  The County delivers services including justice, public safety, infrastructure, and public health.

Precinct 2

Collin County Precinct 2 represents eastern Plano, northern Richardson, Parker, Murphy, Wylie and Saint Paul.

 
 

Precinct 3

Collin County Precinct 3 represents Allen, McKinney, Fairview, Lucas, Lowry Crossing, New Hope, Princeton, Melissa, Anna, Blue Ridge and Farmersville.

 
 

Precinct 4

Collin County Precinct 4 represents western Plano and the northern tips of Richardson and Dallas.

 
 

CollinCountyVotes is a cooperative effort between the Collin County Business Alliance (CCBA) and local Chamber of Commerce partners to educate business leaders and residents about local elections and to encourage greater voter participation.

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