Did you know you can vote at least three times this year? Additionally, if you live in Texas House
District 100, there is a special runoff election on Jan. 28. More information about the runoff election is available at
Dallas County Elections.
Your vote matters! Guess what!? All DCCCD colleges will be available as
early voting locations and available on election day as countywide locations.
Save the dates! These are the big three election dates taking place this year.
The good news — you only need to register to vote once in order to vote all year, and the next, and the next.
If you live in Dallas Count,y visit the
Voter Lookup page and insert your name and birthday. The system will inform you if you are registered, the address in which you are registered, and the location where you will vote on Election Day. When you visit this page there are a few things to look for to determine if you are eligible to vote.
If you aren't sure, have moved or just turned 18, here are a few tips to help you register to vote.
If you are a U.S. citizen and you register to vote this year, you will be eligible to vote in all the 2020 elections.
Questions? Call Dallas County Voter Registration at 469-627-8683 or email them at email@example.com. Do you live in another county? Visit the Secretary of State website to find your county's voter registration official.
At the current time, Dallas County Elections has only published voting locations for the special runoff election. More information about early voting and election day voting for District 100 can be found at Dallas County Elections. We will post voting locations for the other election dates as soon as they become available.
Remember to remind others to vote and share your experience with us on social media via #DCCCDVotes. Just don’t take a picture inside the polling location — that’s illegal. Happy Voting!