Early Voting: October 24 - November 4
- Monday - Friday, October 24 - 28, 2022: 8am - 5pm
- Saturday, October 29: 7am - 7pm
- Sunday, October 30: 11am - 5pm
- Monday - Friday, October 31 - November 4: 7am - 7pm
Registered voters may vote at ANY Early Voting polling location in Collin County.
Visit the Collin County Election website to view wait times and an interactive map.
Election Day: Tuesday, November 8
Tuesday, November 8
- Hours: 7 am - 7 pm
Registered voters may vote at ANY Election Day Vote Center in Collin County.
Visit the Collin County Elections website to view wait times and an interactive map.
Frequently Asked Questions - Voting
Who is eligible to vote in the PISD November 2022 elections?
Anyone who is a registered voter and lives within the Plano ISD district boundaries is eligible to vote in this election.
Where can I check to see if I'm already registered?
Visit the Texas Secretary of State's "Am I Registered?" page or the Collin County Voter Registration Information page.
What if I’m not yet registered to vote or need to update my address?
If you'd like to register to vote for the first time, complete a Voter Registration Application. Voter registration applications are available in most government buildings and at the Plano ISD Administration Building. You can also start the process online.
To vote in the November 2022 election, your voter registration application must be postmarked by Tuesday, October 11.
If you need to update your name or address, you can make those changes on the Secretary of State's website.
Where can I vote in the November 2022 election?
All polling locations are listed on the Collin County Elections website where you will also find an interactive map with estimated wait times.
During Early Voting, voters may vote at any Early Voting polling location in Collin County.
On Election Day, voters may vote at any Election Day Vote Center in Collin County.
When can I cast my vote?
Voters may vote during Early Voting, which runs from Monday, October 24 through Friday, November 4.
Voters may vote on Election Day, Tuesday, November 8.
Mail-In Ballot Information:
Voters with disabilities 18 and older, those 65 years of age and older, and voters who expect to be out of the county during both the early voting period and election day may request a ballot be mailed to them or download and print the application now. Applications for a Ballot by Mail are also available from the Collin County Elections Office. Friday, October 28 is the last day to apply for Ballot by Mail. Applications must be received by that date, not postmarked.
Where can I find a sample ballot?
Visit the Collin County website to view your sample ballot.
To view ballot language for each of the Plano ISD propositions, click here.
Who is eligible for Mail-in Voting and where can I learn more?
The following information has been copied from Collin County Absentee & By-Mail Voting
All currently registered voters of Collin County are eligible to request and receive a by-mail ballot if any of the following conditions prevent them from either voting in-person during the early voting period or on election day:
- 65 years of age or older
- Disability (as defined in Texas Election Code Sec. 82.002(a))
- Expected to give birth within three weeks before or after Election Day
- Expected absence from the county (You may apply for a ballot for one election and its resulting runoff, if your dates of absence from the county include both elections)
- Confined in jail or involuntary civil commitment (You may only apply for a ballot for one election and any resulting runoff)
New VoteReady Ballot by Mail Informational Pamphlets!
- English: https://www.votetexas.gov/resources/pamphlets.html
- Spanish: https://www.votetexas.gov/es/recursos/folletos.html
Voters may submit an Application for a Ballot by Mail (ABBM) by:
- An SOS official (formal) application (Texas Election Code Sec. 84.011); or
- An informal Application (Texas Election Code Sec. 84.002)
The request must include the following:
- In writing (i.e., not verbal)
- Indication of which election application is for
- State Grounds for voting by mail
- Contain Address to which ballot to be mailed
- State Registered Residence Address
- Contain Applicant’s Name
- Signed by applicant or witness
If the ballot is not to be mailed outside the County and not to the address at which you are registered, you must give an explanation as to the address such as nursing home, hospital, etc. Applications must be received by this office no later than close of business on the 11th day before election day (unless that day is a Saturday, Sunday, or legal state or national holiday, in which case the last day is the first preceding regular business day) . All voted ballots that are returned on or before 7PM on Election Day will be counted. Those received by 5PM the next business day after Election Day may be counted if they are postmarked by 7PM Election Day.
Domestic Applications for Ballot by Mail
To request an absentee ballot, download and print the Absentee Ballot Application. We MUST have an original signature on the application, and cannot accept an electronic signature. Likewise, a voter’s stamped signature is also not permitted. (Texas Election Code Sec. 84.001) Instructions to complete the application are on the second page of the form. Mail the completed application to:
Collin County Early Voting Clerk
2010 Redbud Blvd., Suite 102
McKinney, TX 75069
Applications for ballot by mail may also be faxed or emailed and must be received no later than the close of business on the 11th day before Election Day. For an application submitted by fax or email to be effective, the original copy of the application MUST also be mailed and received by the Elections Office by the fourth business day after it was faxed or emailed. (Texas Election Code 84.007, effective Dec. 1, 2017.)
Fax – 972-547-1996
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Overseas Applications for Ballot by Mail
Overseas citizens and members of the U.S. military are eligible to use a Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) to request a mail ballot. FPCA Applications are available from U.S. Embassies, Consulates, and from the Voting Rights Officer at each military installation. For more information go to www.FVAP.gov. For marked ballot deadlines, please go to www.votetexas.gov/military-overseas-voters/index.html.
Additionally, if an FPCA is submitted by fax, the original copy must be mailed to the Elections Office and received by the fourth business day after it was faxed. Emailed FPCAs are not subject to the requirement.
Special conditions are available for persons who become hospitalized or suffer a death in the family after the close of the regular application deadline. Please contact our office at 972-547-1900 for further information.