The Choice 2020: Trump vs. Biden (full film) FRONTLINE
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The Choice 2020: Trump vs. Biden (full film) FRONTLINE

Thursday, October 1, 2020 9:57 AM
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Make this family viewing. It takes a thorough view of both candidates from early childhood to where they are today. The events and people that shaped their worldview. It offers valuable insight and I believe is very well done and balanced. Watch with your family especially if you have young adults of voting age still living at home. This election will require thought, study and much prayer.... Learn all you can about these two men. Where they come from is an indication of where they will take us all. Watch and learn.

Sample Ballot, General and Joint Election, November 3, 2020, Dallas County
Friday, September 25, 2020 5:07 PM

Sample Ballot, General and Joint Election, November 3, 2020, Dallas County

Friday, September 25, 2020 5:07 PM
Friday, September 25, 2020 5:07 PM

Please note that this is a Generic Ballot. The precinct you are registered in will determine the Races and Propositions on which you may vote. (Please note that this ballot is a Generic Ballot. The electoral precinct in which you are registered will determine the electoral races and propositions in which you can vote.) 

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General and Joint Election (General and Joint Election)

November 3, 2020 ( November 3, 2020)

Dallas County, Texas (Dallas County, Texas)

SAMPLE BALLOT ( SAMPLE BALLOT)

President and Vice President (President and Vice President)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Donald J. Trump / Michael R. Pence

Rep

 

Joseph R. Biden / Kamala D. Harris

Dem

 

Jo Jorgensen / Jeremy "Spike" Cohen

Lib

 

Howie Hawkins / Angela Walker

Grn

 

Write-In (Write - In)

 

United States Senator (US Senator)

 

 

Vote for One (Vote for One)

John Cornyn

Rep

 

Mary "MJ" Hegar

Dem

 

Kerry Douglas McKennon

Lib

 

David B. Collins

Grn

 

Write-In (Write - In)

 

United States Representative, District 5 ( United States Representative, District No. 5)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Lance Gooden

Rep

 

Carolyn Salter

Dem

 

Kevin A. Hale

Lib

United States Representative, District 24 ( United States Representative, District No. 24)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Beth Van Duyne

Rep

 

Candace Valenzuela

Dem

 

Darren Hamilton

Lib

 

Steve Kuzmich

Ind

 

Mark Bauer

Ind

United States Representative, District 26 ( United States Representative, District No. 26)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Michael C. Burgess

Rep

 

Carol H. Iannuzzi

Dem

 

Mark Boler

Lib

United States Representative, District 30 ( United States Representative, District No. 30)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Tre Pennie

Rep

 

Eddie Bernice Johnson

Dem

 

Eric Williams

Ind

United States Representative, District 32 ( United States Representative, District No. 32)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Genevieve Collins

Rep

 

Colin Allred

Dem

 

Christy Mowrey

Lib

 

Jason Sigmon

Ind

United States Representative, District 33 ( United States Representative, District No. 33)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Fabian Cordova Vasquez

Rep

 

Marc Veasey

Dem

 

Jason Reeves

Lib

 

Rene Welton

Ind

 

Carlos Quintanilla placeholder image

Ind

Railroad Commissioner (Commissioner of Railways)

 

 

Vote for One (Vote for One)

James "Jim" Wright

Rep

 

Chrysta Castaneda

Dem

 

Matt Sterett

Lib

 

Katija "Kat" Gruene

Grn

Chief Justice, Supreme Court (Chief Justice, Supreme Court)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Nathan Hecht

Rep

 

Amy Clark Meachum

Dem

 

Mark Ash

Lib

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 6, Unexpired Term (Judge, Supreme Court, Place No. 6, Remaining Term of Office)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Jane Bland

Rep

 

Kathy Cheng

Dem

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 7 (Judge, Supreme Court, Place No. 7)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Jeff Boyd

Rep

 

Staci Williams

Dem

 

William Bryan Strange III

Lib

Justice, Supreme Court, Place 8 (Judge, Supreme Court, Place No. 8)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Brett Busby

Rep

 

Gisela D. Triana

Dem

 

Tom Oxford

Lib

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 3 (Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place No. 3)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Bert Richardson

Rep

 

Elizabeth Davis Frizell

Dem

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 4 (Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place No. 4)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Kevin Patrick Yeary

Rep

 

Tina Clinton

Dem

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 9 (Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals, Place No. 9)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

David Newell

Rep

 

Brandon Birmingham

Dem

State Representative, District 100 (State Representative, District No. 100)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Jasmine Felicia Crockett

Dem

State Representative, District 102 (State Representative, District No. 102)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Linda Koop

Rep

 

Ana-Maria Ramos

Dem

State Representative, District 103 (State Representative, District No. 103)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Jerry Fortenberry II

Rep

 

Rafael M. Anchia

Dem

State Representative, District 104 (State Representative, District No. 104)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Jessica Gonzalez

Dem

State Representative, District 105 (State Representative, District No. 105)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Gerson Hernandez

Rep

 

Terry Meza

Dem

 

Bret Bolton

Lib

State Representative, District 107 (State Representative, District No. 107)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Samuel Smith

Rep

 

Victoria Neave

Dem

State Representative, District 108 (State Representative, District No. 108)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Morgan Meyer

Rep

 

Joanna Cattanach

Dem

 

Ed Rankin

Lib

State Representative, District 109 (State Representative, District No. 109)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Eugene Allen

Rep

 

Carl O. Sherman Sr

Dem

State Representative, District 110 (State Representative, District No. 110)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Toni Rose

Dem

State Representative, District 111 (State Representative, District No. 111)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Yvonne Davis

Dem

State Representative, District 112 (State Representative, District No. 112)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Angie Chen Button

Rep

 

Brandy K. Chambers

Dem

 

Shane D. Newsom

Lib

State Representative, District 113 (State Representative, District No. 113)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Will Douglas

Rep

 

Rhetta Andrews Bowers

Dem

State Representative, District 114 (State Representative, District No. 114)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Luisa Del Rosal

Rep

 

John Turner

Dem

State Representative, District 115 (State Representative, District No. 115)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Karyn Brownlee

Rep

 

Julie Johnson

Dem

Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 3 (Judge, Court of Appeals, District No. 5, Place No. 3)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

David Evans

Rep

 

Bonnie Lee Goldstein

Dem

Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 6 (Judge, Court of Appeals, District No. 5, Place No. 6)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

John Browning

Rep

 

Craig Smith

Dem

Justice, 5th Court of Appeals District, Place 8 (Judge, Court of Appeals, District No. 5, Place No. 8)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Bill Whitehill

Rep

 

Dennise Garcia

Dem

District Judge, 14th Judicial District ( District Judge, Judicial District No. 14)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Jessica Voyce Lewis

Rep

 

Eric V. Moyé

Dem

District Judge, 95th Judicial District ( District Judge, Judicial District No. 95)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Mike Lee

Rep

 

Monica Purdy

Dem

District Judge, 162nd Judicial District (Judge of the District, Judicial District No. 162)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Jordan Montgomery Lewis

Rep

 

Maricela Moore

Dem

District Judge, 254th Judicial District, Unexpired Term (District Judge, Judicial District No. 254, Remaining Term of Office)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Ashley Wysocki

Rep

 

Kim Brown

Dem

Criminal District Judge, Court No. 2 ( Criminal District Judge, Court No. 2)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Nancy Kennedy

Dem

Criminal District Judge, Court No. 3 ( Criminal District Judge, Court No. 3)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Audra Ladawn Riley

Dem

Criminal District Judge, Court No. 4 ( Criminal District Judge, Court No. 4)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Dominique Collins

Dem

Sheriff (Sherife)

 

 

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Chad Prda

Rep

 

Marian Brown

Dem

County Tax Assessor-Collector (Tax Assessor-Collector of the County)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

John R. Ames

Dem

County Commissioner, Precinct No. 1 (County Commissioner, Precinct No. 1)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Patrick Harden

Rep

 

Theresa Daniel

Dem

County Commissioner, Precinct No. 3 (County Commissioner, Precinct No. 3)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

ST Russell

Rep

 

John Wiley Price

Dem

 

Andrew Jewell

Lib

 

TOWN OF ADDISON SPECIAL CHARTER AMENDMENT ELECTION

 

SPECIAL CHOICE OF AMENDMENT TO THE CITY OF ADDISON STATUTES

Town of Addison Proposition A

Shall the Charter of the Town of Addison, Texas, be amended to provide clarification by changing “qualified voter” to “registered voter” because “qualified voter” is defined as a “registered voter” in the Texas Election Code?

(Town of Addison Proposition A)

Will the Addison, Texas City Charter be amended to provide clarification by changing "qualified voter" to "registered voter" because "qualified voter" is defined as a "registered voter" in the Texas Election Code?

 

For (In Favor)

 

 

Against (Against)

 

Town of Addison Proposition B

Shall the Charter of the Town of Addison, Texas, be amended in various sections to remove specific state law references and instead require that the City Council shall act in accordance with state law?

(Town of Addison Proposition B)

Will the Addison, Texas City Charter be amended in several sections to remove specific references from state law and instead require the City Council to act in accordance with state law?

 

For (In Favor)

 

 

Against (Against)

 

Town of Addison Proposition C

Shall Section 5.19 “Power to correct errors” of the Charter of the Town of Addison, Texas, be renamed to “Power to cancel taxes” to clarify what that section actually addresses?

(Town of Addison Proposition C)

Will Section 5.19 "Power to Correct Errors" of the City of Addison, Texas Charter be renamed to "Power to Cancel Tax" to clarify what that section actually addresses?

For (In Favor)

Against (Against)

Town of Addison Proposition D

Shall Section 2.10 “Meetings of the City Council” of the Charter of the Town of Addison, Texas, be amended to allow special meetings of the City Council to be called by three (3) councilmembers instead of four (4) as currently stated?

(Town of Addison Proposition D)

Will Section 2.10 "City Council Meetings" of the City of Addison, Texas Charter be amended to allow special City Council meetings to be called by three (3) councilors instead of four (4) as indicated currently?

For (In Favor)

Against (Against)

Town of Addison Proposition E

Shall Section 2.10 “Meetings of the City Council” of the Charter of the Town of Addison, Texas, be amended to allow special meetings of the City Council to be called by the City Manager?

(Town of Addison Proposition E)

Will Section 2.10 "City Council Meetings" of the City of Addison, Texas Charter be amended to allow special City Council meetings to be called by the City Manager?

For (In Favor)

Against (Against)

Town of Addison Proposition F

Shall Section 11.23 “Rearrangement and numbering” of the Charter of the Town of Addison, Texas, be renamed to “Non-substantive changes” and amended to provide ongoing authority for the city council, by ordinance, to make non-suve changes for clarity , change terms of gender to gender-neutral terms and remove Section 11.18 "Gender clause?"

(Town of Addison Proposition F)

Will Section 11.23 "Reorganization and Numbering" of the City of Addison, Texas Charter be renamed to "Non-substantive Changes" and amended to provide permanent authority for the city, by ordinance, to make non-substantive changes for clarity, change gender terms to gender neutral terms and delete Section 11.18 "Gender Clause?"

For (In Favor)

Against (Against)

Town of Addison Proposition G

Shall Section 5.31 “General powers” ??of the Charter of the Town of Addison, Texas, be renamed to “General powers of taxation” to avoid confusion regarding the Town's ability to levy taxes as authorized by state law and make clear it is not intended as a general grant of powers to the City Council?

(Town of Addison Proposition G)

Will Section 5.31 "General Powers of Attorney" of the City of Addison, Texas Charter be renamed to "General Powers of Taxation" to avoid confusion regarding the City's ability to collect taxes as authorized by the state law and make it clear that it is not intended to be a general concession of powers to the City Council?

For (In Favor)

Against (Against)

Town of Addison Proposition H

Shall Section 11.15 “Publicity of records” of the Charter of the Town of Addison, Texas, be deleted because the availability of records to the public is already governed by the Texas Public Information Act?

(Town of Addison Proposition H)

Will Section 11.15 "Publicity of Records" be removed from the City of Addison, Texas Charter because the availability of records to the

is already governed by the Texas Public Information Law?

For (In Favor)

Against (Against)

Town of Addison Proposition I

Shall the Charter of the Town of Addison, Texas, be amended to remove outdated forms of petitions and simply require that all petitions conform with the requirements of state law?

(Town of Addison Proposition I)

Will the Addison, Texas City Charter be amended to eliminate outdated forms of petitions and simply require that all petitions conform to the requirements of state law?

For (In Favor)

Against (Against)

Town of Addison Proposition J

Shall the Charter of the Town of Addison, Texas, be amended to require that persons who sign a petition for candidacy for office or a ballot measure must include either their date of birth or voter registration number, as required by the Texas Election Code?

(Town of Addison Proposition J)

Will the Charter of the City of Addison, Texas be amended to require that persons signing an application to run for office or ballot measure must include their date of birth or voter registration number as required by the Code? Texas Election?

For (In Favor)

Against (Against)

Town of Addison Proposition K

Shall Section 8.03 “Nominations” of the Charter of the Town of Addison, Texas, be amended to provide that an individual may become a candidate for Mayor or City Council by petition only and remove the option for self-nomination?

(Town of Addison Proposition K)

Will Section 8.03 "Nominations" of the City of Addison, Texas Charter be amended to provide that a person can become a candidate for Mayor or City Councilor by petition only and eliminate the option of self-nomination?

For (In Favor)

Against (Against)

Town of Addison Proposition L

Shall Section 8.03 “Nominations” of the Charter of the Town of Addison, Texas, be amended to increase to 25, the minimum number of signatures for a petition to place a candidate in nomination for a City Council office in accordance with state law?

(Town of Addison Proposition L)

Will Section 8.03 "Nominations" of the City of Addison, Texas Charter be amended to increase to 25, the minimum number of signatures for a petition to place a candidate on nomination for a City Council office in accordance with state law?

For (In Favor)

Against (Against)

Town of Addison Proposition M

Shall Section 8.03 “Nominations” of the Charter of the Town of Addison, Texas, be amended to increase to 50, the maximum number of signatures for a petition to place a candidate in nomination for a City Council office?

(Town of Addison Proposition M)

Will Section 8.03 "Nominations" of the City of Addison, Texas Charter be amended to increase to 50, the maximum number of signatures for a petition to place a candidate on the nomination for a seat on the City Council?

For (In Favor)

Against (Against)

Town of Addison Proposition N

Shall Section 11.24 “Town depository” of the Charter of the Town of Addison, Texas, be deleted because the selection and designation of a depository for the Town is exclusively governed by state law?

(Town of Addison Proposition N)

Will Section 11.24 "City Trustee" be removed from the City of Addison, Texas Charter because the selection and appointment of a trustee for the City is governed exclusively by state law?

For (In Favor)

Against (Against)

Town of Addison Proposition O

Shall Section 2.08 (f) “Powers of the City Council” of the Charter of the Town of Addison, Texas, be amended to require members of the Planning and Zoning Commission and Board of Zoning Adjustment to be residents and registered voters of the Town?

 

(Town of Addison Proposition O)

Will Section 2.08 (f) "Powers of the City Council" of the City of Addison, Texas Charter be amended to require that the members of the Planning and Zoning Commission and the Zoning Adjustment Board be residents and registered voters? from the city?

For (In Favor)

Against (Against)

Town of Addison Proposition P

Shall Section 2.08 (f) “Powers of the City Council” of the Charter of the Town of Addison, Texas, be amended to state that no one may serve concurrently on the Planning and Zoning Commission and the Board of Zoning Adjustment?

(Town of Addison Proposition P)

Will Section 2.08 (f) "Powers of the City Council" of the City of Addison, Texas Charter be amended to indicate that no one can serve simultaneously on the Planning and Zoning Commission and the Zoning Adjustment Board?

For (In Favor)

Against (Against)

Town of Addison Proposition Q

Shall Section 7.04 “Planning and Zoning Commission” of the charter of the Town of Addison, Texas, be amended to change references to “City Zoning Commission” and “City Planning Commission” to the “Planning and Zoning Commission?”

(Town of Addison Proposition Q)

Will Section 7.04 "Planning and Zoning Commission" of the City of Addison, Texas Charter be amended to change the references to "Municipal Zoning Commission" and "Municipal Planning Commission" to "Planning and Zoning Commission? ? "

For (In Favor)

Against (Against)

Town of Addison Proposition R

Shall Section 5.11 (1) “Bonds, warrants and other evidences of indebtedness” of the Charter of the Town of Addison, Texas, be renamed to “Bonds, warrants and other debt matters”?

(Town of Addison Proposition R)

Will Section 5.11 (1) "Bonds, Warranties, and Other Evidence of Indebtedness" of the City of Addison, Texas Charter be renamed to "Bonds, Warranties and Other Debt Matters"?

For (In Favor)

Against (Against)

Town of Addison Proposition S

Shall the Charter of the Town of Addison, Texas, be amended to clarify that the Town is authorized to issue debt for economic development purposes?

(Town of Addison Proposition S)

Will the Charter of the City of Addison, Texas be amended to clarify that the City is authorized to issue debt for economic development purposes?

For (In Favor)

Against (Against)

Town of Addison Proposition T

Shall Section 2.04 "Compensation" of the Charter of the Town of Addison, Texas, be amended to remove the requirement that the City Council approve at a public meeting, any reimbursements to councilmembers for actual expenses incurred in the performance of official duties? Expenditures would still be approved by the City Council during the budgeting process and records would be available in accordance with open records requirements.

(Town of Addison Proposition T)

Will Section 2.04 "Compensation" of the City of Addison, Texas Charter be amended to remove the requirement that the City Council approve in a public meeting any reimbursement to councilors for actual expenses incurred in the performance of their duties? officers? Expenditures would continue to be approved by the City during the budgeting process and records would be available in accordance with open records requirements.

For (In Favor)

Against (Against)

Town of Addison Proposition U

Shall Section 7.03 “Master plan” of the Charter of the Town of Addison, Texas, be amended to change the wording “official master plan” to the “Comprehensive Plan” since that is the name of the Town's long-range planning document and to state that the City Council may amend the Comprehensive Plan by majority vote of the City Council members present at a Council meeting?

 

(Town of Addison Proposition U)

Will Section 7.03 "Master Plan" of the City of Addison, Texas Charter be amended to change the term "Official Master Plan" to "Comprehensive Plan" since that is the name of the long-range planning document of the city? City and to indicate that the Municipal Council can modify the Comprehensive Plan by majority vote of the Council members present at a Council meeting?

For (In Favor)

Against (Against)

Town of Addison Proposition V

Shall Section 11.26 “Disaster clause” of the Charter of the Town of Addison, Texas, be amended to remove the references to the “local Chamber of Commerce” and “Board of Trustees of the local school district” and instead direct that the Dallas County Judge appoint a commission, which shall include all surviving members of the City Council, in the event of a disaster when a quorum of the City Council cannot be assembled because of death or injury?

(Town of Addison Proposition V)

Will Section 11.26 "Disaster Clause" of the City of Addison, Texas Charter be amended to remove references to "Local Chamber of Commerce" and "Local School District Board of Trustees" and instead provide instructions for the Dallas County Judge to appoint a commission, which will include the surviving members of the City Council, in the event of a disaster when a City Council quorum cannot be achieved due to death or injury?

For (In Favor)

Against (Against)

Town of Addision Proposition W

 

Shall Section 2.17 “Induction of Council into office” of the Charter of the Town of Addison, Texas, be amended to clarify that the first meeting of the City Council following an election of members of the City Council shall be the meeting to canvass the election as provided by state law and the first order of business shall be to canvass the election, declare the results and seat the newly elected members?

(Town of Addison Proposition W)

 

Will Section 2.17 "Induction of Council into Office" of the City of Addison, Texas Charter be amended to clarify that the first City Council meeting following the City Council elections will be the meeting to poll elections as state law stipulates, and the first order of business will be to poll the elections, declare the results, and appoint the newly elected members?

 

For (In Favor)

 

Against (Against)

Town of Addison Proposition X

 

Shall Section 8.06 “Conducting and canvassing elections” of the Charter of the Town of Addison, Texas, be amended to clarify that the first meeting of the City Council following a municipal election shall be the meeting to canvass the election and declare the results as provided by state law?

(Town of Addison Proposition X)

 

Will Section 8.06 "Conduct and Poll Elections" of the City of Addison, Texas Charter be amended to clarify that the first City Council meeting after a municipal election will be the meeting to poll the elections and declare the results as provided by state law?

 

For (In Favor)

 

Against (Against)

Town of Addison Proposition Y

 

Shall Section 11.27 “When provisions take effect” on the Charter of the Town of Addison, Texas, be deleted because it only applied to the initial Home Rule Charter election in 1979 and is now unnecessary?

(Town of Addison Proposition Y)

 

Will Section 11.27 "When Provisions Go into Effect" be removed from the City of Addison, Texas Charter because it only applied to the initial Municipal Charter elections in 1979 and is now unnecessary?

 

For (In Favor)

 

Against (Against)

Town of Addison Proposition Z

 

Shall Section 11.30 “Ordinance, rules and regulations validated” of the Charter of the Town of Addison, Texas, be deleted because it only applied to the initial Home Rule Charter election in 1979 and is now unnecessary?

(Town of Addison Proposition Z)

 

Will Section 11.30 "Validated Ordinance, Rules and Regulations" be removed from the City of Addison, Texas Charter because it only applied to the initial Municipal Charter elections in 1979 and is now unnecessary?

 

For (In Favor)

 

Against (Against)

 

CITY OF BALCH SPRINGS GENERAL ELECTION

 

CITY OF BALCH SPRINGS GENERAL ELECTION

For Member of Council, Place 2, At Large (For Member of Council, Place No. 2, In General)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Angela Swann Singletary

 

Nelli Castillo

 

Sammy Moon

 

Wanda M. Adams

For Member of Council, Single Member District, Place 4

(For Council Member, Individual District Member, Place No. 4)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Dawn Segroves

For Member of Council, Single Member District, Place 6

(For Council Member, Individual District Member, Place No. 6)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Steve tucker

 

Elishima S. Myles

 

CITY OF CARROLLTON GENERAL ELECTION

 

CITY OF CARROLLTON GENERAL ELECTION

Mayor (Mayor)

 

Vote for One (vote for one)

Zul Mohamed

 

Kevin Falconer

For Member of Council , Place 2 (For Member of Council, Place No. 2)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Adam Polter

 

Chris "Ax" Axberg

For Member of Council, Place 4 (For Member of Council, Place No. 4)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Andrew Palacios

For Member of Council, Place 6 (For Member of Council, Place No. 6)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Young Sung

 

CITY OF COCKRELL HILL GENERAL ELECTION

 

CITY OF COCKRELL HILL GENERAL ELECTION

Mayor (Mayor)

 

Vote for One vote for one)

Mike McCoy

 

Luis David Carrera

For Alderman, Place 1 (For Council Member, Place # 1)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Miriam Rodriguez

 

John Mendiola

For Alderman, Place 2 (For Board Member, Place # 2)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Linda McCoy

 

Ruth Salinas

 

CITY OF COPPELL GENERAL ELECTION

 

GENERAL ELECTION OF THE CITY OF COPPELL

For Member of Council, Place 1 (For Member of Council, Place No. 1)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Cliff Long

For Member of Council, Place 3 (For Member of Council, Place No. 3)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Davin Bernstein

 

Wes Mays

For Member of Council, Place 5 (For Member of Council, Place No. 5)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Erin Bogdanowicz

 

Jim Walker

 

John Jun

For Member of Council, Place 7 (For Member of Council, Place No. 7)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Mark Hill

 

CITY OF DESOTO GENERAL ELECTION

 

GENERAL ELECTION OF THE CITY OF DESOTO

For Councilmember, Place 2 (For Councilmember, Place No. 2)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Jean Green-Frazier

 

Kay Brown-Patrick

 

Pierette Parker

For Councilmember, Place 4 (For Councilmember, Place No. 4)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Andre 'Byrd, Mr.

 

CITY OF DESOTO SPECIAL AND CHARTER AMENDMENT ELECTION

SPECIAL CHOICE OF THE AMENDMENT TO THE BYLAWS OF THE CITY OF DESOTO

City of DeSoto Proposition A

 

“The authorization for the abolition of the sales and use tax within the City of Desoto for the promotion and development of new and expanded business enterprises pursuant to Section 504.251, Texas Local Government Code, as amended, currently at the rate of 0.375 percent; and the adoption, in the place of such abolished tax, of a local sales and use tax in the City of Desoto at the rate of 0.375 percent to be used for the promotion and development of new and expanded business enterprises and all other public purposes pursuant to to Section 505.251, Texas Local Government Code; all of which would result in no net increase in the sales and use tax collected by the City of Desoto. "

(City of DeSoto Proposal A)

“Authorization for the abolition of the sales and use tax, in the City of Desoto, for the promotion and development of new and expanded business enterprises, pursuant to Section 504.251 of the Texas Local Government Code, and its modifications, currently with a rate of 0.375 percent; and the adoption, in lieu of that abolished tax, of a City of Desoto local sales and use tax at a rate of 0.375 percent to be used for the promotion and development of new and expanded business enterprises, as well as for all other public purposes, pursuant to Section 505.251 of the Texas Local Government Code; all of which would not result in a net increase in sales and use tax collected by the City of Desoto. "

 

For (In Favor)

 

Against (Against)

City of DeSoto Proposition B

 

"Shall Article II; Section 1 of the City Charter be amended to provide for the Mayor receiving compensation in the amount of $ 1,250 monthly and Council Members receiving compensation in the amount of $ 1,000 monthly for their duties effective January 1, 2021 and further requiring the Council to adopt in the Council Rules and Procedures a minimum attendance policy for such compensation. "

(City of DeSoto Proposition B)

“Section 1 of Article II of the City Statutes should be amended to provide that the Mayor receive compensation in the amount of $ 1,250 per month and for Council Members to receive compensation in the amount of $ 1,000 per month for their duties. , as of January 1, 2021; and to demand that the Council adopt its Rules and Procedures for a policy of minimum attendance for that compensation ”.

 

For (In Favor)

 

Against (Against)

City of DeSoto Proposition C

 

"Shall Article II; Section 7 of the City Charter be amended to provide for the selection of the Mayor Pro Tem from among six (6) Councilmembers shall occur at the first regular meeting following either the general city election or run-off election if such occurs. ”

(City of DeSoto Proposition C)

“Section 7 of Article II of the City Statutes shall be amended to provide that the election of the temporary Mayor from among six (6) members of the Council shall be held at the first ordinary meeting after the general election of the City or of the tiebreaker election, if applicable ”.

 

For (In Favor)

 

Against (Against)

 

CITY OF DUNCANVILLE GENERAL ELECTION

 

GENERAL ELECTION OF THE CITY OF DUNCANVILLE

For Member of Council, District 2 (For Member of Council, District No. 2)

Vote for One vote for one)

Don McBurnett

 

Hector Sifuentes

 

Misty Bain

 

CITY OF FARMERS BRANCH GENERAL ELECTION

 

CITY OF FARMERS BRANCH GENERAL ELECTION

Mayor (Mayor)

 

Vote for One (vote for one)

Brenda Brodrick

 

Robert C. Dye

For Member of Council, District 2 (For Member of Council, District No. 2)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Michael Driskill

 

Nic Rady

 

CITY OF GARLAND GENERAL ELECTION

 

GENERAL ELECTION OF THE CITY OF GARLAND

For Member of Council, District 1 (For Member of Council, District No. 1)

Vote for One (vote for one)

David Gibbons

For Member of Council, District 2 (For Member of Council, District No. 2)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Deborah Morris

 

Koni Ramos-Kaiwi

For Member of Council, District 4 (For Member of Council, District No. 4)

Vote for One (vote for one)

BJ Williams

 

Jim Bookhout

For Member of Council, District 5 (For Member of Council, District No. 5)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Rich Aubin

 

CITY OF GARLAND SPECIAL ELECTION

 

CITY OF GARLAND SPECIAL CHOICE

City of Garland Proposition A

 

Shall the City Council be authorized, as otherwise limited by and pursuant to State law, to approve the construction and use of a library facility within a portion of public property designated as parkland, commonly known as Hollabaugh Park.

(City of Garland Proposal A)

The City Council must be authorized, in accordance with State law and according to the limitations imposed by it, to approve the construction of a library and the use of the same, in a parcel of public property designated as a park and commonly known as Hollabaugh Park.

 

For (In Favor)

 

Against (Against)

 

CITY OF GLENN HEIGHTS SPECIAL ELECTION TO FILL A VACANCY

CITY OF GLENN HEIGHTS SPECIAL CHOICE FILLING A VACANCY

For Member of Council, Place 4 (For Member of Council, Place No. 4)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Isaac Burren

 

Travis Bruton

 

Alisha M. Brown

CITY OF GRAND PRAIRIE SPECIAL ELECTION

CITY OF GRAND PRAIRIE SPECIAL CHOICE

City of Grand Prairie Proposition A

 

Whether the City of Grand Prairie, Texas Crime Control and Prevention District should be continued for twenty (20) years and the Crime Control and Prevention District sales tax should be continued for twenty (20) years.

(City of Grand Prairie Proposition A)

 

“If the Crime Control and Prevention District of the city of Grand Prairie, Texas, must continue for twenty (20) years and if the sales tax of the Crime Control and Prevention District must continue for twenty (20) years or not".

 

For (In Favor)

 

Against

CITY OF HUTCHINS GENERAL ELECTION

CITY OF HUTCHINS GENERAL ELECTION

Mayor (Mayor)

 

Vote for One (vote for one)

Mario Vasquez

 

Gerald Hollis

 

Demarcus S. Odom

For Member of Council ( For Member of the Council)

 

Vote for None, One or Two (Vote for None, One or Two)

Dominic Homayoun Didehbani

 

Brenda L. Campbell

 

Steve Nichols

CITY OF IRVING GENERAL ELECTION

CITY OF IRVING GENERAL ELECTION

Mayor (Mayor)

 

Vote for One (vote for one)

Rick Stopfer

 

Olivia Novelo Abreu

For Member of Council, Single Member District, Place 3

 

(For Council Member, Individual District Member, Place No. 3)

 

Vote for One (vote for one)

Mark Zeske

 

Abdul Khabeer

 

Mohammed Akbar

For Member of Council, Single Member District, Place 5

 

(For Council Member, Individual District Member, Place No. 5)

 

Vote for One (vote for one)

J. Oscar Ward

CITY OF LANCASTER GENERAL ELECTION

CITY OF LANCASTER GENERAL ELECTION

For Member of Council, District 4 (For Member of Council, District No. 4)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Keithsha Wheaton

 

Derrick D. Robinson

For Member of Council, District 6 (For Member of Council, District No. 6)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Nina L. Morris

 

Betty Gooden-Davis

CITY OF ROWLETT GENERAL ELECTION

CITY OF ROWLETT GENERAL ELECTION

Councilmember Place One (Alderman Place Number One)

 

Vote for One (vote for one)

Blake Margolis

 

Cindy Gonzales-Baker

Councilmember Place Three (Alderman Place Number Three)

 

Vote for One (vote for one)

Matt Grubisich

Councilmember Place Five (Alderman Place Number Five)

 

Vote for One (vote for one)

Pamela Bell

CITY OF SACHSE GENERAL ELECTION

GENERAL ELECTION OF THE CITY OF SACHSE

For Member of Council, Place 3 (For Member of Council, Place No. 3)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Frank Millsap

 

Paul Watkins

For Member of Council, Place 4 (For Member of Council, Place No. 4)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Chance Lindsey

CITY OF WILMER GENERAL ELECTION

CITY OF WILMER GENERAL ELECTION

Mayor (Mayor)

 

Vote for One (vote for one)

Emmanuel Wealthy

 

Sheila Petta

 

Laura jacobs

For Member of Council (For Member of the Council)

 

Vote for no more than Two (Vote for None, One or Two)

Moses Garcia

 

Sergio Campos

 

Rebecca S. Critz

 

Melissa Ramirez

CITY OF WYLIE GENERAL ELECTION

CITY OF WYLIE GENERAL ELECTION

Mayor (Mayor)

 

Vote for One vote for one)

Matthew Porter

For Member of Council, Place 5 (For Member of Council, Place No. 5)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Timothy Toby Wallis

For Member of Council, Place 6 (For Member of Council, Place No. 6)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Garrett Mize

 

Eric Russell

CITY OF WYLIE SPECIAL ELECTION

CITY OF WYLIE SPECIAL CHOICE

For Member of Council, Place 2 (For Member of Council, Place No. 2)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Dave Strang

 

Tom Ambrose

CITY OF WYLIE SPECIAL CHARTER AMENDMENT ELECTION

CITY OF WYLIE SPECIAL CHOICE

City of Wylie Proposition A

 

Shall Article I, Section 3 of the City Charter be amended to update references to applicable state law governing the extension of boundaries?

(City of Wylie Proposition A)

 

Should Section 3 of Article I of the City Charter be amended to update references to applicable state law that

governs the extent of boundaries?

 

For (In Favor)

 

Against

City of Wylie Proposition B

 

Shall Article II, Section 1 of the City Charter be amended to update the reference to applicable state law governing the powers of the City?

(City of Wylie Proposition B)

 

Should Section 1 of Article II of the City Charter be amended to update the reference to applicable state law

that governs the faculties of the City?

 

For (In Favor)

 

Against

City of Wylie Proposition C

Shall Article III, Section 1 (B) of the City Charter be amended to remove obsolete transitional provisions that are no longer necessary?

(City of Wylie Proposition C)

Should Section 1 (B) of Article III of the City Charter be amended to eliminate obsolete transitional provisions

that are no longer needed?

For (In Favor)

Against

City of Wylie Proposition D

Shall Article III, Section 6 (C) of the City Charter be amended to clarify the process for the filling of vacancies occurring on the City Council?

(City of Wylie Proposition D)

Should Section 6 (C) of Article III of the City Charter be amended to clarify the process for the occupation of

vacancies that occur in the Municipal Council?

For (In Favor)

Against

City of Wylie Proposition E

Shall Article III, Section 9 of the City Charter be amended to update the reference to applicable state law regarding meetings of City Council?

(City of Wylie Proposition E)

Should Section 9 of Article III of the City Charter be amended to update the reference to applicable state law

regarding the assemblies of the Municipal Council?

For (In Favor)

Against

City of Wylie Proposition F

Shall Article III, Section 12 of the City Charter be amended to conform to state law regarding public testimony at open meetings of the City Council?

(City of Wylie Proposition F)

Should Section 12 of Article III of the City Charter be amended to conform to state law regarding testimony?

public in public assemblies of the Municipal Council?

For (In Favor)

Against

City of Wylie Proposition G

Shall Article V, Section 2 (A) of the City Charter be amended to conform to state law regarding eligibility to file for an elective office?

(City of Wylie Proposition G)

Should Section 2 (A) of Article V of the City Charter be amended to comply with state law regarding the

eligibility for elective office?

For (In Favor)

Against

City of Wylie Proposition H

Shall Article V, Section 3 (C) of the City Charter be amended to conform to state law regarding early voting ballots?

(City of Wylie Proposition H)

Should Section 3 (C) of Article V of the City Charter be amended to comply with state law regarding ballots?

early voting?

For (In Favor)

Against

City of Wylie Proposition I

 

Shall Article VIII, Section 2 (D) of the City Charter be amended to update the reference to applicable state law regarding Board of Adjustment members?

(City of Wylie Proposition I)

Should Section 2 (D) of Article VIII of the City Charter be amended to update the reference to state law

applicable regarding the members of the Board for modifications?

 

For (In Favor)

 

Against

City of Wylie Propsition J

 

Shall Article XI, Section 26 of the City Charter be amended to update the reference to applicable state law regarding amendments to the City Charter?

(City of Wylie Proposition J)

Should Section 26 of Article XI of the City Charter be amended to update the reference to applicable state law

Regarding the amendments to the Organic Charter of the City?

 

For (In Favor)

 

Against

 

CARROLLTON-FARMERS BRANCH ISD GENERAL ELECTION

 

CARROLLTON-FARMERS BRANCH ISD GENERAL ELECTION

For Member (s) of Board of Trustees

(For School Council Member (s))

Vote for None, One or Two

Juan Renteria

Vote for none, one or two

Juan Renteria

 

Cydnei Drake

 

Cydnei Drake

 

Les Black

 

Les Black

 

CEDAR HILL INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL ELECTION

CEDAR HILL INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL ELECTION

For Member of Board of Trustees, Place 3 (For Member of the Board of Trustees, Place No. 3)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Ramona Ross-Bacon

 

Dawn Miller

For Member of Board of Trustees, Place 4 (For Member of the Board of Trustees, Place No. 4)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Denise Roache-Davis

 

Kianna Granville-Flowers

For Member of Board of Trustees, Place 5 (For Member of the Board of Trustees, Place No. 5)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Jeffrey Saldivar

 

Jeremiah J. Martin

 

COPPELL INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL ELECTION

COPPELL INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL ELECTION

For Member of Board of Trustees, Place 4 (For Member of the Board of Trustees, Place No. 4)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Neena Biswas

 

Thom Hulme

For Member of Board of Trustees, Place 5 (For Member of the Board of Trustees, Place No. 5)

Vote for One (vote for one)

David Caviness

 

DALLAS INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL ELECTION

DALLAS INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL ELECTION

For Member of Board of Trustees, District 2 (For Member of the School Board, District No. 2)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Alex Enriquez

 

Dustin Marshall

 

Nancy Rodriguez

For Member of Board of Trustees, District 8 (For Member of the School Board, District No. 8)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Joe Carreon

 

Alicia McClung

 

DALLAS INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT SPECIAL BOND ELECTION

SPECIAL CHOICE FOR DALLAS INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT BONDERS

Dallas Independent School District Proposition A

The issuance of $ 3,271,600,000 of bonds for the construction, acquisition, and equipment of school buildings and for the purchase of necessary sites for school buildings; and the levying of a tax sufficient, without limit as to rate or amount, to pay the principal of and interest on the bonds and to pay the costs of any credit agreements executed or authorized in anticipation of, in relation to or in connection with the bonds. THIS IS A PROPERTY TAX INCREASE.

(Dallas Independent School District Proposition A)

The issuance of $ 3,271,600,000 in bonds for the construction, acquisition and equipping of school buildings and the purchase of the necessary land for school buildings; and the imposition of a tax sufficient, with no rate or amount limit, to pay the principal and interest of the bonds and to pay the costs of any credit agreement executed or authorized in advance of, in connection with or in connection with the bonds . THIS IS AN INCREASE TO THE PROPERTY TAX.

 

For (In Favor)

 

Against (Against)

Dallas Independent School District Proposition B

The issuance of $ 270,000,000 bonds for the acquisition and updating of District technology equipment, and the levying of a tax sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the bonds and the costs of any credit agreements executed in connection with the bonds. THIS IS A PROPERTY TAX INCREASE.

(Dallas Independent School District Proposition B)

The issuance of $ 270,000,000 in bonds for the construction and upgrade of the District's technology equipment, and the imposition of a tax sufficient to pay the principal and interest on the bonds and the costs of any credit agreements executed in connection with the bonds . THIS IS AN INCREASE TO THE PROPERTY TAX.

 

For (In Favor)

 

Against (Against)

Dallas Independent School District Proposition C

The issuance of $ 53,300,000 for the construction, acquisition and equipment to provide improvements and renovations to existing District stadiums, and the levying of a tax sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the bonds and the costs of any credit agreements executed in connection with the bonds. THIS IS A PROPERTY TAX INCREASE.

(Dallas Independent School District Proposition C)

The issuance of $ 53,300,000 in bonds for the construction, acquisition and equipment to improve and renovate the District's current stadiums and the imposition of a tax sufficient to pay the principal and interest on the bonds and the costs of any credit agreements executed in connection with the bonds. THIS IS AN INCREASE TO THE PROPERTY TAX.

 

For (In Favor)

 

Against (Against)

Dallas Independent School District Proposition D

The issuance of $ 66,100,000 of bonds for the construction, acquisition and equipment of a performing arts facility and the purchase of a necessary site therefor, and the levying of a tax sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the bonds and the costs of any credit agreements executed in connection with the bonds. THIS IS A PROPERTY TAX INCREASE.

(Dallas Independent School District Proposition D)

The issuance of $ 66,100,000 in bonds for the construction, acquisition and equipment of a performing arts installation and the purchase of the premises for the same, and the imposition of a tax sufficient to pay the principal and interest of the bonds and the costs of any credit agreement executed in connection with the bonds. THIS IS AN INCREASE TO THE PROPERTY TAX.

 

For (In Favor)

 

Against (Against)

Dallas Independent School District Proposition E

The issuance of $ 33,500,000 of bonds for the construction, acquisition and equipment to provide improvements and renovations of existing District natatoriums, and levying of a tax sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the bonds and the costs of any credit agreements executed in connection with the bonds. THIS IS A PROPERTY TAX INCREASE.

(Dallas Independent School District Proposition E)

The issuance of $ 33,500,000 in bonds for the construction, acquisition and equipment to improve and renovate the current swimming pools of the District and the imposition of a tax sufficient to pay the principal and interest of the bonds and the costs of any credit agreements executed in connection with the bonds. THIS IS AN INCREASE TO THE PROPERTY TAX.

 

For (In Favor)

 

Against (Against)

 

DESOTO INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL ELECTION

DESOTO INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL ELECTION

For Member of Board of Trustees, Place 3 (For Member of the Board of Trustees, Place No. 3)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Tongee Flemming

 

Karen Daniel

For Member of Board of Trustees, Place 4 (For Member of the Board of Trustees, Place No. 4)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Sabrina Mathis

 

Tiffany Clark

For Member of Board of Trustees, Place 5 (For Member of the Board of Trustees, Place No. 5)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Abe C. Cooper, Jr.

 

DUNCANVILLE INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL ELECTION

DUNCANVILLE INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL ELECTION

For Member of Board of Trustees, Place 4 (For Member of the Board of Trustees, Place No. 4)

Vote for One (vote for one)

LaSonja Ivory

 

Richard Shaw

For Member of Board of Trustees, Place 5 (For Member of the Board of Trustees, Place No. 5)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Cassandra Phillips

 

FERRIS INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL ELECTION

FERRIS INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL ELECTION

For Member of Board of Trustees, Place 6 (For Member of the Board of Trustees, Place No. 6)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Ricardo "Rico" Rodriguez

 

Justin Patterson

For Member of Board of Trustees, Place 7 (For Member of the Board of Trustees, Place No. 7)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Edward C. McFadden

 

Lee Longino

FERRIS INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT SPECIAL ELECTION TO FILL A VACANCY

FERRIS INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT SPECIAL CHOICE TO FILL A VACANCY

For Member of Council, Place 2, Unexpired Term (For Member of Council, Place No. 2, Remaining Term of Office)

Vote for One (Vote for One)

Richard Sasser

FERRIS INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT SPECIAL BOND ELECTION

SPECIAL CHOICE FOR FERRIS INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT BONDS

Ferris Independent School District Proposition A

The issuance of $ 8,000,000 of bonds by the Ferris Independent School District for the purpose of acquiring, constructing, renovating and equipping school facilities and levying the tax in payment thereof. This is a property tax increase.

(Ferris Independent School District Proposition A)

The issuance of $ 8,000,000 in bonds by the Ferris Independent School District for the purpose of acquiring, constructing, renovating and equipping school facilities and the imposition of the tax for the payment thereof. This is an increase to the property tax.

 

For (In Favor)

 

Against (Against)

Ferris Independent School District Proposition B

The issuance of $ 4,000,000 of bonds by the Ferris Independent School District for the purpose of acquiring, constructing, and equipping a multi-purpose indoor practice facility and weightroom and levying the tax in payment thereof. This is a property tax increase.

(Ferris Independent School District Proposition B)

The issuance of $ 4,000,000 in bonds by the Ferris Independent School District for the purpose of acquiring, constructing and equipping an indoor multipurpose practice and weight room facility and the imposition of the tax for the payment thereof. This is an increase to the property tax.

 

For (In Favor)

 

Against (Against)

 

GARLAND INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL ELECTION

GARLAND INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL ELECTION

For Member of Board of Trustees, Place 4 (For Member of the Board of Trustees, Place No. 4)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Bob Duckworth

 

Jed N. Reed

 

Ana Maria Aguilar DeYoung

For Member of Board of Trustees, Place 5 (For Member of the Board of Trustees, Place No. 5)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Jamie Miller

GARLAND INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT VOTER-APPROVAL TAX RATE ELECTION

GARLAND INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT-VOTER APPROVAL TAX RATE ELECTION

Garland Independent School District Proposition A

Ratifying the ad valorem tax rate of $ 1.3463 in Garland Independent School District for the current year, a rate that will result in an increase of 12.62 percent in maintenance and operations tax revenue for the district for the current year as compared to the

preceding year, which is an additional $ 25,095,092. "

(Garland Independent School District Proposition A

"Ratify for the current year in the Garland Independent School District the ad valorem tax rate of $ 1.3463, a rate that will result in a 12.62 percent increase in the maintenance and operations tax revenue received by the district for the current year compared to the prior year, which represents an additional $ 25,095,092. " preceding year, which is an additional

$ 25,095,092. "

 

For (In Favor)

 

Against (Against)

 

IRVING INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL ELECTION

IRVING INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL ELECTION

For Member of Board of Trustees, District 1 ( For Member of Board of Trustees, District No. 1)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Rosemary Robbins

 

Charles David Nutt

For Member of Board of Trustees, District 2 ( For Member of Board of Trustees, District No. 2)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Michael Kelley

 

Jose Parra

 

LANCASTER INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL ELECTION

LANCASTER INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT GENERAL ELECTION

For Member of Board of Trustees, District 4 ( For Member of Board of Trustees, District No. 4)

Vote for One (vote for one)

LaRhonda R. Mays

 

Daryle W. Clewis

 

Keandrea Bailey

For Member of Board of Trustees, District 5 ( For Member of Board of Trustees, District No. 5)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Alton Dixon

 

Ty G. Jones

For Member of Board of Trustees, District 7 ( For Member of Board of Trustees, District No. 7)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Ellen Clark

 

Kendall L. Smith

 

DALLAS COLLEGE GENERAL ELECTION

 

GENERAL CHOICE OF THE DALLAS SCHOOL

For Member of Board of Trustees, District 5 ( For Member of Board of Trustees, District No. 5)

Vote for One (vote for one)

William Wesley Jameson

 

Dinesh Mali

 

Cliff Boyd

For Member of Board of Trustees, District 6 ( For Member of Board of Trustees, District No. 6)

Vote for One (vote for one)

Angela Enciso

 

Diana Flores

UNIVERSITY HILLS MUNICIPAL MANAGEMENT DISTRICT GENERAL ELECTION

GENERAL ELECTION MUNICIPAL DISTRICT CONSOLIDATED MANAGEMENT OF UNIVERSITY HILLS

For Member of Board of Directors (For Member of the Board Directors)

Vote for None, One, Two, Three, Four or Five (Vote for None, One, Two, Three, Four, or Five)

 

Alan Michlin

 

Michael Warner

 

Michael Williams

 

Kenneth Medlock

 

Susan Larson

UNIVERSITY HILLS MUNICIPAL MANAGEMENT DISTRICT SPECIAL ELECTION

SPECIAL CHOICE MUNICIPAL DISTRICT CONSOLIDATED MANAGEMENT OF UNIVERSITY HILLS)

University Hills Municipal Management District Proposition A

The Confirmation of the Creation of University Hills Municipal Management District

(Proposition A From the Municipal District Consolidated Management of University Hills

Confirmation of the Creation of the University Hills Consolidated Management Municipal District

 

For (In Favor)

 

Against (Against)

Revised 9/15/2020 - Unofficial Report and subject to changes (Revised 9/15/2020- Unofficial Report and subject to changes)

www.dallascountyvotes.org

 

Dallas County Early Voting Polling Locations
Friday, September 25, 2020 1:12 PM

Dallas County Early Voting Polling Locations

Friday, September 25, 2020 1:12 PM
Friday, September 25, 2020 1:12 PM

 

NOVEMBER 3RD GENERAL AND JOINT ELECTIONS
DALLAS COUNTY EARLY VOTING  DATES, TIMES AND LOCATIONS

 

Early voting begins Tuesday, October 13th and ends Friday, October 30th

The last day to register to vote is Monday, October 5th 

EARLY VOTING DATES AND TIMES

 Tuesday, October 13th through Saturday, October 17th
7:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Sunday, October 18th
1:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Monday, October 19th through Saturday, October 24th
7:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Sunday, October 25th
1:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Monday, October 26th through Friday, October 30th
7:00 AM – 7:00 PM
 

EARLY VOTING STATIONS:
60 Dallas County Locations


ADDISON

ALFRED J LOOS SPORTS COMPLEX

ADDRESS:

3815 SPRING VALLEY RD

ROOM:

GYMNASIUM

CITY:

ADDISON

ZIP:

75240

BALCH SPRINGS

BALCH SPRINGS CIVIC CENTER

ADDRESS:

12400 ELAM ROAD

ROOM:

MEETING ROOM

CITY:

BALCH SPRINGS

ZIP:

75180

CARROLLTON

CARROLLTON FARMERS BRANCH ISD SERVICE BUILDING

ADDRESS:

1820 PEARL ST

ROOM:

ROOM C

CITY:

CARROLLTON

ZIP:

75006

CARROLLTON SENIOR CENTER

ADDRESS:

1720 KELLER SPRINGS RD

ROOM:

TEXAS ROOM

CITY:

CARROLLTON

ZIP:

75006


CEDAR HILL

ALAN E SIMS CEDAR HILL RECREATION CENTER

ADDRESS:

310 E PARKERVILLE ROAD

ROOM:

TEXAS ROOM

CITY:

CEDAR HILL

ZIP:

75104

CEDAR HILL GOVERNMENT CENTER

ADDRESS:

285 UPTOWN BLVD

ROOM:

MAIN LOBBY

CITY:

CEDAR HILL

ZIP:

75104

COPPELL

COPPELL ARTS CENTER

ADDRESS:

505 TRAVIS ST

ROOM:

RECEPTION HALL

CITY:

COPPELL

ZIP:

75019

 COPPELL TOWN CENTER

ADDRESS:

255 E PARKWAY BLVD

ROOM:

MAIN LOBBY

CITY:

COPPELL

ZIP:

75019

DALLAS

AMERICAN AIRLINES CENTER 

ADDRESS:

2500 VICTORY AVE 

ROOM:

CONCOURSE 

CITY:

DALLAS

ZIP:

75219

AUDELIA ROAD BRANCH LIBRARY

ADDRESS:

10045 AUDELIA RD

ROOM:

AUDITORIUM

CITY:

DALLAS

ZIP:

75238

EASTFIELD COLLEGE PLEASANT GROVE CAMPUS

ADDRESS:

802 S BUCKNER BLVD

ROOM:

RMS 108/109

CITY:

DALLAS

ZIP:

75217

EL CENTRO COLLEGE MAIN CAMPUS

ADDRESS:

801 MAIN ST

ROOM:

STUDENT CENTER

CITY:

DALLAS

ZIP:

75202

EL CENTRO COLLEGE WEST CAMPUS

ADDRESS:

3330 NORTH HAMPTON RD

ROOM:

RMS 141 & 142

CITY:

DALLAS

ZIP:

75212

FRETZ PARK LIBRARY

ADDRESS:

6990 BELT LINE RD

ROOM:

BLACK BOX THEATER

CITY:

DALLAS

ZIP:

75254

 FRIENDSHIP WEST BAPTIST CHURCH

ADDRESS:

2020 W WHEATLAND RD

ROOM:

NORTH LOBBY

CITY:

DALLAS

ZIP:

75232

 

GEORGE L ALLEN SR. COURTS BLDG

ADDRESS:

600 COMMERCE ST

ROOM:

MAIN LOBBY

CITY:

DALLAS

ZIP:

75202

GRAUWYLER PARK RECREATION CENTER

ADDRESS:

7780 HARRY HINES BLVD

ROOM:

RM A

CITY:

DALLAS

ZIP:

75235

HARRY STONE RECREATION CENTER

ADDRESS:

2403 MILLMAR DR

ROOM:

SMALL ROOM

CITY:

DALLAS

ZIP:

75228

HIGHLAND HILLS LIBRARY

ADDRESS:

6200 BONNIE VIEW RD

ROOM:

AUDITORIUM

CITY:

DALLAS

ZIP:

75241

LOCHWOOD LIBRARY

ADDRESS:

11221 LOCHWOOD BLVD

ROOM:

BLACK BOX ROOM

CITY:

DALLAS

ZIP:

75218

 MARSH LANE BAPTIST CHURCH

ADDRESS:

10716 MARSH LN

ROOM:

FELLOWSHIP HALL

CITY:

DALLAS

ZIP:

75229

MARTIN LUTHER KING RECREATION CENTER

ADDRESS:

2901 PENNSYLVANIA AVE

ROOM:

GYM

CITY:

DALLAS

ZIP:

75215

MARTIN WEISS RECREATION CENTER

ADDRESS:

1111 MARTINDELL AVE

ROOM:

LARGE ROOM

CITY:

DALLAS

ZIP:

75211

MOUNTAIN VIEW COLLEGE

ADDRESS:

4849 W ILLINOIS AVE

ROOM:

BUILDING E / MAIN LOBBY

CITY:

DALLAS

ZIP:

75211

OAK CLIFF SUB-COURTHOUSE

ADDRESS:

410 S BECKLEY AVE

ROOM:

MAIN LOBBY

CITY:

DALLAS

ZIP:

75203

OAK LAWN BRANCH LIBRARY

ADDRESS:

4100 CEDAR SPRINGS RD

ROOM:

AUDITORIUM

CITY:

DALLAS

ZIP:

75219

 OUR REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH

ADDRESS:

7611 PARK LN

ROOM:

PARLOR ROOM

CITY:

DALLAS

ZIP:

75225

PARK IN THE WOODS RECREATION CENTER

ADDRESS:

6801 MOUNTAIN CREEK PKWY

ROOM:

VOTING ROOM TBD

CITY:

DALLAS

ZIP:

75249

 PAUL L DUNBAR LANCASTER-KIEST LIBRARY

ADDRESS:

2008 E KIEST BLVD

ROOM:

RM A & B

CITY:

DALLAS

ZIP:

75216

RICHLAND COLLEGE – MAIN CAMPUS

ADDRESS:

12800 ABRAMS RD

ROOM:

GUADALUPE “G” BLDG FOYER

CITY:

DALLAS

ZIP:

75243

SAMUELL GRAND RECREATION CTR

ADDRESS:

6200 E GRAND AVE

ROOM:

GENERAL PURPOSE ROOM

CITY:

DALLAS

ZIP:

75223

SKYLINE BRANCH LIBRARY

ADDRESS:

6006 EVERGLADE RD

ROOM:

AUDITORIUM

CITY:

DALLAS

ZIP:

75227

UNIVERSITY PARK UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

ADDRESS:

4024 CARUTH BLVD

ROOM:

RM 120

CITY:

DALLAS

ZIP:

75225

DESOTO

DESOTO ISD BELT LINE CONFERENCE CENTER

ADDRESS:

200 E BELT LINE RD

ROOM:

 

CITY:

DESOTO

ZIP:

75115

DISCIPLE CENTRAL COMMUNITY CHURCH

ADDRESS:

901 N POLK ST

ROOM:

SANCTUARY ROOM

CITY:

DESOTO

ZIP:

75115

DUNCANVILLE

DUNCANVILLE LIBRARY

ADDRESS:

201 JAMES COLLINS BLVD

ROOM:

RMS 1, 2 & 3

CITY:

DUNCANVILLE

ZIP:

75116

FARMERS BRANCH

BROOKHAVEN COLLEGE

ADDRESS:

3939 VALLEY VIEW LN

ROOM:

BLDG W

CITY:

FARMERS BRANCH

ZIP:

75244

FARMERS BRANCH MANSKE LIBRARY

ADDRESS:

13613 WEBB CHAPEL RD

ROOM:

MTG ROOM

CITY:

FARMERS BRANCH

ZIP:

75234

GARLAND

RICHLAND COLLEGE - GARLAND CAMPUS

ADDRESS:

675 W WALNUT ST

ROOM:

MAIN LOBBY

CITY:

GARLAND

ZIP:

75040

SOUTH GARLAND BRANCH LIBRARY

ADDRESS:

4845 BROADWAY BLVD

ROOM:

THE PROGRAM ROOM

CITY:

GARLAND

ZIP:

75043

GLENN HEIGHTS

GLENN HEIGHTS CITY HALL

ADDRESS:

1938 S HAMPTON ROAD

ROOM:

COUNCIL CHAMBERS

CITY:

GLENN HEIGHTS

ZIP:

75154

GRAND PRAIRIE

BETTY WARMACK LIBRARY – EMPOWER ROOM

ADDRESS:

760 BARDIN ROAD

ROOM:

EMPOWER ROOM

CITY:

GRAND PRAIRIE

ZIP:

75052

OUR REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH – GRAND PRAIRIE

ADDRESS:

4729 S CARRIER PKWY

ROOM:

FELLOWSHIP HALL

CITY:

GRAND PRAIRIE

ZIP:

75052

RANDOLPH REED CENTER

ADDRESS:

1933 SPIKES ST

ROOM:

RM 106

CITY:

GRAND PRAIRIE

ZIP:

75051

HUTCHINS

HUTCHINS CITY HALL

ADDRESS:

321 N MAIN ST

ROOM:

COUNCIL CHAMBERS

CITY:

HUTCHINS

ZIP:

75141

IRVING

BEAR CREEK COMMUNITY CHURCH

ADDRESS:

2700 FINLEY RD

ROOM:

BREEZEWAY

CITY:

IRVING

ZIP:

75062

CIMARRON RECREATION CENTER 

ADDRESS:

201 RED RIVER TRAIL 

ROOM:

GYMNASIUM

CITY:

IRVING

ZIP:

75063

IRVING ARTS CENTER

ADDRESS:

3333 N MACARTHUR BLVD

ROOM:

SUITE 200

CITY:

IRVING

ZIP:

75062

IRVING CITY HALL

ADDRESS:

825 W IRVING BLVD

ROOM:

MAIN LOBBY

CITY:

IRVING

ZIP:

75060

NORTH LAKE COLLEGE

ADDRESS:

5001 N MACARTHUR BLVD

ROOM:

BLDG F

CITY:

IRVING

ZIP:

75038

 VALLEY RANCH LIBRARY

ADDRESS:

401 CIMARRON TRAIL

ROOM:

PROGRAM RM

CITY:

IRVING

ZIP:

75063

LANCASTER

CEDAR VALLEY COLLEGE

ADDRESS:

3030 NORTH DALLAS AVE

ROOM:

M105

CITY:

LANCASTER

ZIP:

75134

LANCASTER VETERANS MEMORIAL LIBRARY

ADDRESS:

1600 VETERANS MEMORIAL PKWY

ROOM:

THE MEETING ROOM

CITY:

LANCASTER

ZIP:

75134

MESQUITE

EASTFIELD COLLEGE MAIN CAMPUS

ADDRESS:

3737 MOTLEY DR

ROOM:

BLDG RM S100/102

CITY:

MESQUITE

ZIP:

75150

FLORENCE RECREATION CENTER

ADDRESS:

2501 WHITSON WAY

ROOM:

LOBBY AREA

CITY:

MESQUITE

ZIP:

75150

LAKESIDE ACTIVITY CENTER

ADDRESS:

101 HOLLEY PARK DR

ROOM:

LARGE ROOM

CITY:

MESQUITE

ZIP:

75149

RICHARDSON

RICHARDSON CIVIC CENTER

ADDRESS:

411 W ARAPAHO RD

ROOM:

WEST ALCOVE

CITY:

RICHARDSON

ZIP:

75080

ROWLETT

ROWLETT COMMUNITY CENTER

ADDRESS:

5300 MAIN ST

ROOM:

GYM

CITY:

ROWLETT

ZIP:

75088

SACHSE

SACHSE SENIOR CENTER

ADDRESS:

3815 SACHSE RD., BLDG A

ROOM:

MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM

CITY:

SACHSE

ZIP:

75048

WILMER

WILMER COMMUNITY CENTER

ADDRESS:

101 DAVIDSON PLAZA

ROOM:

 

CITY:

WILMER

ZIP:

75172

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