It’s time to vote in Texas again! This November, Frisco citizens have the opportunity to vote on eight proposed amendments to the Texas Constitution. Learn more about what you’re voting for, when to vote, and where you can vote.
What’s on the Ballot
Every odd year, constitutional amendments need voter approval to be added to the Texas Constitution. The current Texas Constitution was written in 1876 and has a very limited scope of power. As such, the Texas Constitution is regularly amended to accommodate the changing needs of our state. The state legislature is putting eight proposed amendments to the ballot this time.
Learn more about the amendments from the non-partisan League of Women Voters voting guide, opens a new window.
Sample ballots can be found on your respective county’s website:
When to Vote
The early voting period is from October 18 to October 29, 2021. The early voting hours are:
- October 18–23: 8am–5pm
- October 24: 11am–4pm
- October 25–29: 7am–7pm
Election day is Tuesday, November 2, 2021 and will be held from 7am–7pm.
Where to Vote
In the State of Texas, counties control many of the rules and regulations of elections, including where you will vote. Frisco is in both Collin County and Denton County. Collin County and Denton County have different rules on where you will vote. This means where you can vote will vary depending on where you live in the City of Frisco. In this election, there will be three voting locations per county.
The Collin County Elections administration states that it uses “Vote Centers”, meaning that Collin County residents registered to vote in Collin County can vote at any polling location in the county. The links below provide a list of polling centers in the county.
Denton County is a little bit different than Collin County when it comes to voting. The Denton County Elections Administration states that during the early voting period, voters registered in Denton County can vote at any polling location within the county. The difference is on election day itself. On election day, you must vote at your assigned polling location. The links below provide more information. The first link provides a list of early voting locations. The second link allows you to look yourself up in the voter database and gives your assigned polling location for election day.