Early Voting for the November General Election runs Oct. 13-30. Voting locations and times are listed here


Appointed Official
Bruce Sherbet
Elections Administrator

Collin County Elections Department
2010 Redbud Blvd.
Suite 102
McKinney, TX 75069
972-547-1990 (McKinney)
972-424-1460 ext. 1990 (Metro)
800-687-8546 (Toll Free)
972-547-1914 (Fax)

Office hours: 8-5 p.m., Monday - Friday


The Office of Elections Administrator was created by the Collin County Commissioners Court on Aug. 18, 1980, pursuant to Section 31.031 of the Texas Election Code​. The duties of the Elections Administrator are to facilitate voter registration and conduct elections.

Ballot by Mail email -

Voter Registration email - 

Absentee Ballot By Mail - Hand Delivery

For the Nov. 3, 2020, general election, the hand-delivery period has been extended.  Once you receive and mark your ballot, you may hand deliver it during business hours to the Elections Department located at 2010 Redbud Blvd., Suite 102, McKinney. 

Below are the dates and times our office will be open:

Oct. 13 - Oct. 16: 8am - 5pm

Oct. 17: 7am - 7pm

Oct. 18: 1pm - 6pm

Oct. 19 - October 24: 7am - 7pm

Oct. 25: 1pm - 6pm

Oct. 26 - October 30: 7am - 7pm

Nov. 2: 8am - 5pm, and on Election Day

You may deliver your own personal ballot, and not the ballot for another individual to the Elections Department. You will be asked to sign a roster to record acceptance of your ballot and you will be asked to present an acceptable form of photo ID.  If you do not possess and cannot reasonably obtain an acceptable form of photo ID, you can execute a Reasonable Impediment Declaration and provide a supporting form of identification.  


Elimination of Straight-Party Voting

House Bill 25, passed during the 85th Legislative Session, eliminated straight-party voting effective Sept. 1, 2020. If you wish to vote for all of the candidates affiliated with one party, you should select each candidate one at a time on your ballot.


COVID-19 Voting and Election Procedures 

​What's New
We've posted a short video on how easy it is to use Collin County's new voting system; go here.

Commissioners Court approves new voting system

Requesting a Voter Registration List just got easier. Visit our Election Store to purchase and download your Voter Registration List.

Commissioners Court approves new voting precincts

Section 42.006 of the Texas Election Code. (a) Except as otherwise provided by this section, a county election precinct must contain at least 100 but not more than 5,000 registered voters.  The new precincts will be effective on Jan. 1, 2020.

Links & Resources

Current Election Information: Early Voting, Election Day, and Sample Ballots

Frequently Asked Questions

Texas Secretary of State Election Division

Collin County Democratic Party

Collin County Republican Party

Collin County Libertarian Party

Green Party of Texas