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Early voting ends Friday, Nov. 4, at 7 p.m. 

 
More than 219,000 registered voters have already taken advantage of early voting as of Nov. 1. That's about 40 percent of all registered voters in Collin County.

With just days left in the early voting period, we wanted to offer some quick links to help you get to the polls with as short of a wait as possible.

  • Check your voter registration status to make sure you're currently registered to vote in Collin County;
  • Want a sample ballot for your precinct? After you've confirmed your voter registration, look up your precinct ballot here
  • You can vote at ANY voting center within Collin County, so here's a list of Early Voting Centers (through Friday, Nov. 4) and Election Day Vote Centers (for Tuesday, Nov. 8); keep in mind, both of these pages include "traffic lights," to show how long line waits are at any given location, and both have a look-up that will find the closest voting center to your Collin County address.
  • If you're at the polls and the line is too long, look for the ​QR Code poster. A smart phone QR code reader pointed at the sign will pull up the closest vote center location near you, and give you directions to the location.
  • For a general, overall list of links for all types of Election Information, go here.
  • And finally, come Nov. 8, remember our election Department will post Collin County results here. 

For those who want to keep track of voter turnout, here are a few pieces of information as to how voter turnout in this election may hit some very high numbers:

  • ​A comparison chart of the top 15 Texas counties shows Collin County is leading the state in voter turnout based on voter registration/turnout percentages. We were trailing Williamson County for a couple of days at the beginning but since then have led the state every day. The chart here shows through Oct. 31.
  • Collin County Daily Early Voting Totals show that 219,060 early voters through Nov. 1, a 48-percent increase for the first nine days of early voting over the highest early voting turnout on record (set in November 2012).​