​Early Voting for the Nov. 5 Constitutional Amendment & Special Election runs Oct. 21-Nov. 1. For a quick video on how easy it is to use the county's new voting system, go here.  

Election Worker Recruitment

Qualifications: You must be a registered voter within Collin County. You should be eligible to vote in the particular subdivision's election. Example:

Workers for the City of Plano elections must reside within the City of Plano. However, during County or State elections, a registered voter in Farmersville can work at a polling place in Celina.

Pay: Most elections pay $12 per hour to the Presiding Judge, and $10 per hour to the Presiding Alternate Judge and Clerks. The Presiding Judge of the Precinct receives an additional $25 fee for pickup/delivery of the election supplies. Opportunities: Early Voting prior to each election and Election Day. Election worker training is available prior to the Election.

Now What? Call the Elections Office, 972-547-1990 or 1-800-687-8546, and ask to speak with Patty Seals.