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local elections

Jan 16 – Feb 15

Filing period for all local candidates

Apr 4

Last Day to Register to Vote

Apr 22 - 30

Early Voting

Apr 23

Last Day to Apply for Ballot by Mail

May 4

Election Day

 COLLIN COUNTY LOCAL ELECTIONS

See your 2019 Local Candidates for:

Allen

City Council Candidates

 

City Councils are responsible for overseeing the management of each city, including hiring the city manager, policy and development issues, and setting the budget and tax rate.  Each council member represents the residents and taxpayers in the city and work as a body to benefit the city through their governance.

 

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School Board Candidates

Oversees the management of the school district, including hiring the district’s superintendent, setting the budget and establishing the vision. School board members work with their communities to help parents and taxpayers stay informed on the current issues within their area schools and the district.

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Frisco

City Council Candidates

 

City Councils are responsible for overseeing the management of each city, including hiring the city manager, policy and development issues, and setting the budget and tax rate.  Each council member represents the residents and taxpayers in the city and work as a body to benefit the city through their governance.

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Place 4

 

School Board Candidates

Oversees the management of the school district, including hiring the district’s superintendent, setting the budget and establishing the vision. School board members work with their communities to help parents and taxpayers stay informed on the current issues within their area schools and the district.

 

Place 1

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At large

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McKinney

City Council Candidates

 

City Councils are responsible for overseeing the management of each city, including hiring the city manager, policy and development issues, and setting the budget and tax rate.  Each council member represents the residents and taxpayers in the city and work as a body to benefit the city through their governance.

 

At Large

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District 4

 

School Board Candidates

Oversees the management of the school district, including hiring the district’s superintendent, setting the budget and establishing the vision. School board members work with their communities to help parents and taxpayers stay informed on the current issues within their area schools and the district.

 

Place 4

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Place 6 (At Large)

 

Plano

City Council Candidates

 

City Councils are responsible for overseeing the management of each city, including hiring the city manager, policy and development issues, and setting the budget and tax rate.  Each council member represents the residents and taxpayers in the city and work as a body to benefit the city through their governance.

 

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School Board Candidates

Oversees the management of the school district, including hiring the district’s superintendent, setting the budget and establishing the vision. School board members work with their communities to help parents and taxpayers stay informed on the current issues within their area schools and the district.

 

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Richardson

City Council Candidates

 

City Councils are responsible for overseeing the management of each city, including hiring the city manager, policy and development issues, and setting the budget and tax rate.  Each council member represents the residents and taxpayers in the city and work as a body to benefit the city through their governance.

 

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Place 6

 

School Board Candidates

While a portion of the City of Richardson falls within Collin County, Richardson ISD does not, which is why those candidate videos are not featured in this initiative.

 

Collin College

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Register to Vote

 

 

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