Dallas runoff elections are underway!
Joint runoff election day is Saturday, June 8, from 7 a.m.-7 p.m.
Early voting starts Tuesday, May 28, and lasts through Tuesday, June 4. Use the
early voting location finder on the Dallas County Elections website to find a place to vote during these dates.
Remember: During early voting, you can vote anywhere in your county! So, if you live south, but work east, stop by
Eastfield College Pleasant Grove campus to cast your early ballot! Is
El Centro College - West campus on your way to pick up the kids? Then you're in luck — it's a designated early voting location, too! Or you can stop by the
Richland College main campus on your lunch break. All of these and more are early voting locations, making it easy and convenient to make your voice heard.
According to the Dallas Morning News, "Campaign poll workers saw lackluster election day turnout Dallas County." May elections drew out less than 10% of registered voters to decide the future leadership of our county in races like school board, city council and the biggest ticket item, Dallas mayor. For candidates vying for an elected position who did not receive more than 50% of the votes in their district, they now have to triumph in the runoffs.
Your vote counts. Be heard. Vote.
If you live in
Dallas County, visit the
Voter Lookup page and insert your name and birthday. The system will tell you whether you're registered, the address at which you are registered, your precinct and the election day polling locations.
Questions? Call Dallas County Voter Registration at 214-819-6389. Do you live outside of Dallas County? Visit the secretary of state website to find your
county voter registration official.
Voters needing special assistance can contact the
Dallas County Elections Office by phone at 214-819-6300 or email at email@example.com. Voters may also visit the secretary of state website.
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!