Runoff Election for Mayor on Saturday, June 18th

Early Voting

Monday – Friday June 6 – 10 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday June 11 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Sunday June 12 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Monday – Tuesday June 13 – 14 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Election Day

Saturday June 18 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Questions concerning voter registration should be directed to the Dallas County Voter Registration Department at (469) 627-VOTE (8683). Additional information regarding the upcoming election may be obtained by contacting the City Secretary at (972) 780-5017.

Official Election Results and Swearing In Ceremony

Official May 7, 2022, General Election Results

TOTAL = Total votes | VOTE % = Percentage of Votes Cast | EV I-P = Early Voting In-Person | EVM = Early Vote by Mail | ED = Election Day | EV/ED Prov = Early Voting & Election Day Provisional

Mayor

TOTAL VOTE % EV I-P EVM ED EV/ED Prov
ERIKA BROWNING 707 24.41% 432 37 238 0
MARK D. COOKS
(run-off)
1,056 36.46% 645 93 312 6
LAVAUGHN WASHINGTON 79 2.73% 42 13 24 0
BARRY L. GORDON
(run-off)
1,054 36.40% 642 88 321 3
Total 2,896 100.00% 1,761 231 895 9

Councilmember District 2

TOTAL VOTE % EV I-P EVM ED EV/ED Prov
DON MCBURNETT (W) 288 50.70% 184 34 70 0
NANCY GUTIERREZ 280 49.30% 179 15 86 0
Total 568 100.00% 363 49 156 0

Councilmember District 4

TOTAL VOTE % EV I-P EVM ED EV/ED Prov
KAREN CHERRY
(W)
493 74.58% 316 38 135 4
BRENDA O’BRIEN 168 25.42% 93 17 58 0
Total 661 100.00% 409 55 193 4

City of Duncanville Swearing-in Ceremony

City Secretary Kristin Downs swore in Councilmember Don McBurnett, District 2, and Councilmember Karen Cherry, District 4 on Tuesday, May 17, 2022, at the Regular City Council Meeting.

A Runoff Election for Mayor will be held on Saturday, June 18, 2022, for Mayor

Early Voting

Monday, June 6, 2022 – Friday, June 10, 2022 | 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Saturday, June 11, 2022 | 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Sunday, June 12, 2022 | 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Monday, June 13, 2022 | 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Tuesday, June 14, 2022 | 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Election Day

Saturday, June 18, 2022 | 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Questions concerning voter registration should be directed to the Dallas County Voter Registration Department at (469) 627-VOTE (8683). Additional information regarding the upcoming election may be obtained by contacting the City Secretary at (972) 780-5017.

MAY 7, 2022 UNOFFICIAL GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS

CITY OF DUNCANVILLE

May 7, 2022

GENERAL ELECTION

UNOFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS

 

MAYOR EARLY VOTING TOTAL VOTES %
ERIKA BROWNING 467 705      24.45%
MARK D. COOKS 738 1,050          36.41%
LAVAUGHN WASHINGTON 55 79            2.74%
BARRY L. GORDON 729 1,050           36.41%
Total 1,989 2,884 100.00%

 

 

COUNCILMEMBER DISTRICT 2 EARLY VOTING TOTAL VOTES %
DON MCBURNETT 217 287       50.62% (W)
NANCY GUTIERREZ 194 280        49.38%
Total 411 567 100.00%

 

COUNCILMEMBER DISTRICT 4 EARLY VOTING TOTAL VOTES %
KAREN CHERRY 354 489     74.43% (W)
BRENDA O’BRIEN 110 168       25.57%
Total 464 657     100.00%

 Dallas County Elections Department

PDF of Unofficial Early Voting Results / PDF of Unofficial Election Results

Election Day is May 7, 2022

The 2022 City Election will be held on Saturday, May 7th.  The slate of offices includes Councilmembers to represent Mayor, District 2 and District 4.  All registered voters in the City of Duncanville will have the opportunity to vote for the Mayor position. Registered voters residing in Districts 2 and 4 will also have an opportunity to vote for their respective candidates.

Following is a list of Candidates:

  • Mayor
    • Erika Browning
    • Mark D. Cooks***
    • LaVaughn Washington
    • Barry L. Gordon **
  • Councilmember District 2
    • Don McBurnett **
    • Nancy Gutierrez
  • Councilmember District 4
    • Karen Cherry
    • Brenda O’Brien

**Denotes Incumbent Mayor or Councilmember

***Denotes Incumbent Councilmember Running for Mayor

To view the candidates contact information click here

Anyone not currently registered to vote has until April 7th to register in order to cast a ballot in the May election.  Voter registration cards may be obtained at City Hall or the Duncanville Public Library.  For more information regarding voter registration, residents may contact the Dallas County Elections Department at (469) 627-VOTE (8683).

Early voting will be conducted Monday, April 25, 2022 through Tuesday, May 3, 2022 at the Duncanville Library Conference Rooms located at 201 James Collins Blvd. as follows:

Monday, April 25th – Friday, April 29th:                  8:00 a.m. –  5:00 p.m.

Saturday, April 30th                                                        7:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Sunday, May 1st:                                                              12:00 p.m. –  6:00 p.m.

Monday, May 2nd – Tuesday, May 3rd:                    7:00 a.m. –  7:00 p.m.

Questions concerning voter registration should be directed to the Dallas County Voter Registration Department at (469) 627-VOTE (8683). Additional information regarding the upcoming election may be obtained by contacting the City Secretary at (972) 780-5017.

Preparations Begin for 2022 City Officers Elections

Election Day is May 7, 2022

The 2022 City Officers election will be held Saturday, May 7th.  Duncanville voters will go to the polls to elect the Mayor, and Councilmembers to represent Districts 2 and 4 for the upcoming two-year term.

The first official day to file an application for a place on the ballot is Wednesday, January 19th. The application deadline is 5:00 p.m. on Friday, February 18th.  Candidate filing packets are now available in the City Secretary’s office.

Due to COVID precautions please call ahead of time to schedule an appointment with the City Secretary’s office to pick up a packet or to file for a place on the ballot. You can email citysecretary@duncanville.com or kdowns@duncanville.com, or call 972-780-5069.

City qualifications for candidacy include:

  • Qualified voter;
  • Resident of the State of Texas for one year;
  • Resident of the City and district for six months; and
  • Hold no other public office.

All registered voters in the City of Duncanville may vote for Mayor.  Residents of Districts 2 and 4 may vote for their respective candidates. Anyone not currently registered to vote has until April 7, 2022 to register in order to cast a ballot in the May 7th election.  Voter registration applications may be obtained at City Hall or the Duncanville Public Library.

Questions concerning voter registration should be directed to the Dallas County Voter Registration Department at (469) 627-8683. Additional information regarding the upcoming election may be obtained by contacting the City Secretary Kristin Downs at (972) 780-5017.  Election details will also be available at www.duncanville.com.

Joint Primary Election Announced for Dallas County/Elecciones Primarias Conjuntas Anunciadas para el Condado Dallas

Dallas, Texas – Dallas County Commissioners Court approved a contract between Dallas County Elections Administrator Michael Scarpello, Dallas County Democratic Party Chair Kristy Noble, and Dallas County Republican Party Chair Jennifer Stoddard Hajdu to hold Dallas County’s first Joint Primary Election.

The discussion of a joint primary election began two months prior with an agreement being reached by the Democratic and Republican Party Chairs on January 7, 2022, and approved by the Dallas County Commissioners Court on January 11th. The contract is for the March 1st Primary Election and will allow voters from both parties to vote at any vote center in Dallas County. In previous primary elections, voters were limited to voting at party-specific vote centers or standing in Republican Party or Democratic Party lines at a shared vote center location.

View the complete Dallas County Commissioners Court Order HERE.

“In order to provide the best experience for voters for the upcoming primary election, the Democratic and Republican parties and Dallas County have partnered together in preparation for the first-ever joint primary election. This will enable us to allocate resources and coordinate to ensure a smooth voting process for all, no matter where you vote or which primary you choose to vote in,” said Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins.

“I want to commend Elections Administrator Michael Scarpello and the Elections Department staff for facilitating the Joint Primary Election Agreement and their commitment to run fair and efficient elections,” said Republican Chair Stoddard Hajdu.

“This November, our lives and our democracy depend on your vote, and the first step is the March 1 Primary,” said Dallas County Democratic Party Chair Kristy Noble. “Local elections are often won in the Primary, and we urge every Democrat to cast their ballot! You can decide Texas’ future on March 1st.”
A Joint Primary Election includes:

Vote Center Changes
Dallas County voters from both parties can vote at any vote center in Dallas County and the Dallas County Elections Department will attempt to utilize all countywide vote centers. Voters will now be able to discreetly choose their party affiliation at the qualification table instead of attending party-specific vote centers or standing in a Republican Party or Democratic Party line at a vote center. The deadline to register to vote for March 1, 2022, Primary Election is January 31st. You can visit the DallasCountyVotes.org site to check your registration status or to download a voter registration application.

Higher Primary Poll Worker Pay
To ensure appropriately staffed vote centers, Dallas County will pay the difference to poll workers between the State’s reimbursement of $12 per hour for primary poll workers and the County’s normal rate. This increases
Election Clerk’s pay to $16/hour and the Elections Judges to $18/hour.
Explore opportunities to work at election polls HERE.

Familiar Voting Process
Dallas County voters will have the opportunity to vote in the same location and nearly the same manner that they have over the last several major elections.

As details are finalized further information can be found at DallasCountyVotes.org.

Elecciones Primarias Conjuntas Anunciadas para el Condado Dallas

Dallas, Texas – La Corte de Comisionados del Condado Dallas aprobó un contrato entre el Administrador de Elecciones del Condado Dallas, Michael Scarpello, la Presidenta del Partido Demócrata del Condado Dallas, Kristy Noble, y la Presidenta del Partido Republicano del Condado Dallas, Jennifer Stoddard Hajdu, para realizar la Primera Elección Primaria Conjunta en la historia del Condado Dallas.

La discusión de una elección conjunta comenzó dos meses antes de un acuerdo alcanzado por las Presidentas del Partido Demócrata y Republicano el 7 de enero de 2022, y aprobado por la Corte de Comisionados del Condado Dallas el 11 de enero. El contrato es para las elecciones primarias del 1 de marzo y permitirá a los votantes de ambos partidos votar en cualquier centro de votación en el Condado Dallas. En elecciones primarias anteriores, los votantes se limitaban a votar en centros de votación específicos al partido o a presentarse en las líneas del partido de preferencia en una ubicación compartida.

Vea la Orden completa de la Corte de Comisionados del Condado Dallas AQUÍ.

“Con el fin de dar la mejor experiencia para los votantes en las próximas elecciones primarias, los partidos y el Condado Dallas se han asociado en preparación para la primera elección primaria conjunta. Esto nos permitirá asignar recursos y coordinarnos para garantizar un proceso de votación sin problemas para todos, sin importar dónde vote o en qué primaria elija votar.” dijo el Juez del Condado Dallas Clay Jenkins.

“Quiero felicitar al Administrador de Elecciones Michael Scarpello y al personal del Departamento de Elecciones por facilitar el Acuerdo Conjunto de Elecciones Primarias y su compromiso de llevar a cabo elecciones justas y eficientes.,” dijo la Presidenta del Partido Republicano del Condado Dallas, Jennifer Stoddard Hajdu.

“Este noviembre, nuestras vidas y nuestra democracia dependen de su voto, y el primer paso son las Primarias del 1 de marzo. ¡Las elecciones locales se ganan frecuentemente en las primarias, e invitamos a cada demócrata a emitir su voto! Puedes decidir el futuro de Texas el 1 de marzo.”. dijo la Presidenta del Partido Demócrata del Condado Dallas, Kristy Noble.

La elección primaria conjunta incluye:

Cambios en el Centro de Votación
Los votantes del Condado Dallas de ambos partidos pueden votar en cualquier centro de votación en el Condado Dallas y el Departamento de Elecciones intentará utilizar todos los centros de votación en el condado. Los votantes ahora podrán elegir discretamente su afiliación de partido en lugar de asistir a centros de votación específicos a un partido o pararse en una línea del partido preferido. La fecha límite para registrarse para votar para las elecciones primarias del 1 de marzo de 2022 es el 31 de enero. Puede visitar el sitio de DallasCountyVotes.org para verificar su estado de registro o para descargar una solicitud deregistro de votantes.

Salario para los Trabajadores Electorales
Para garantizar que los centros de votación cuenten con el personal adecuado, el Condado Dallas pagará la diferencia a los trabajadores entre el reembolso del Estado de $12 por hora para los trabajadores y la tarifa normal del Condado. Esto aumenta el salario de los trabajadores electorales a $16/hora y los jueces electorales a $18/hora.

Explore oportunidades para trabajar en los centros de votación AQUÍ.

Proceso de Votación Familiar
Los votantes del Condado Dallas tendrán la oportunidad de votar en el mismo lugar y de la misma manera que lo han hecho en las últimas elecciones.
A medida que se finalizan los detalles, se puede encontrar más información en DallasCountyVotes.org.

Duncanville City Council Unanimously Votes to Approve New Single-Member District Boundaries

Duncanville, TX (December 10, 2021) – On Tuesday, December 7, 2021, the Duncanville City Council unanimously approved a preliminary new map of the City’s five single-member districts for the next ten years. Per the City Charter, a final vote on the proposed map will occur during the December 21, 2021, City Council meeting.

All cities with single-member city council districts must engage in “redistricting” every ten years following a Federal Census to ensure that all voting districts follow all state and federal laws and continue to have roughly equal populations. The City of Duncanville’s five single-member city council districts each represent a separate district within the City. Based on a review of the new 2020 federal census data, which shows the City’s population has grown from 38,751 ten years ago to 40,745 today, Duncanville’s single-member districts have become unbalanced and no longer have sufficiently equal populations. Therefore the City of Duncanville must redistrict.

The City of Duncanville enlisted the law firm of Bickerstaff Heath Delgado Acosta LLP, whose primary focus is on state and local government law. The firm evaluated the redistricting requirements and criteria provided to them by Council and presented four plans for consideration during the December 7, 2021 Regular meeting. The four were Plan A with an impact to 213 voting age persons, Plan B with 597, Plan C with 1,090, and Plan D with 1,337. The Council considered all four maps, heard public comments, and voted unanimously to approve the Draft Plan A map.

The Duncanville City Council Adopted the Plan A draft map due to its lower impact on the City’s population. The 5 Districts, which total 40,745 persons with 30,245 voting age persons (VAP) breaks down as follows:

District 1: 8,175 total persons with 6,252 VAP (27.37% Hispanic, 34.33% White, 33.24% Black, 1.98% Asian and 3.0% Other)


District 2: 8,380 total persons with 6,136 VAP (42.49% Hispanic, 28.03% White, 25.49% Black, 1.08% Asian and 2.92% Other)


District 3: 7,772 total persons with 5,719 VAP (48.44% Hispanic, 22.80% White, 25.23% Black, 1.29% Asian and 2.24% Other)


District 4: 8,510 total persons with 6,472 VAP (32.32% Hispanic, 20.33% White, 42.75% Black, 1.84% Asian and 2.72% Other)


District 5: 7,908 total persons with 5,666 VAP (50.23% Hispanic, 23.23% White, 21.85% Black, 1.73% Asian and 2.95% Other)

The Duncanville City Council meets on the first and third Tuesdays of each month. The next meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, December 21, 2021. Residents can attend the meeting in-person, via Zoom or watch live on Facebook. Events information can be found at Duncanville.com/events.

Adopted Plan A Redistricting Map

A Duncanville Redistricting FAQ

REDISTRICTING FAQ

See the Proposed Maps
(Click image to enlarge/Click buttons below map for Demographic Data)

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Why is redistricting happening?

A: All cities with single-member city council districts must engage in “redistricting” every 10 years following the Federal Census to ensure that all districts continue to have roughly equal populations and follow all state and federal laws. The City of Duncanville’s five single-member city-council districts each represents a separate district within the city. Based on a review of the new 2020 federal census data, these districts are out of balance in that they do not have sufficiently equal populations, and therefore the City of Duncanville must redistrict.

Q: What is the Voting Rights Act?

A: Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act (VRA) prohibits voting practices, policies, or procedures that have a discriminatory purpose or effect on racial or language minorities; this section applies nationwide and is a permanent provision of the VRA. To be in compliance with Section 2 of the VRA, districts must provide voters with an equal opportunity to elect candidates of their choice.

VOTING RIGHTS ACT (VRA)

The Voting Rights Act (VRA) was originally passed in 1965 to prohibit discrimination on the basis of race or color. It has been amended several times, and now also prohibits discrimination based on membership in certain language minority groups.

Q: How can I share my opinion?

A: On December 7, 2021, the City will hold an open public hearing in which the City’s consulting team will present information, and the public will have a chance to ask questions and share their thoughts, which will be documented in the public record and considered before final maps are ultimately adopted. You can view the public meeting schedule and other information related to the redistricting process on the City’s website.

Q: What districts will change?

A: Council will determine the new district lines based on several adopted guidelines (Link of adopted resolution (088 & 089) from city council meeting), public input, and recommendations from a professional consultant. Every district CAN change, but every district is NOT required to change. Some districts may see no change at all.

Q: Can you move the district line over one street? Why do the lines appear uneven?

A: The criteria/guidelines adopted by the Council on November 30th established a set of guiding principles for adding or changing district lines. These guidelines included changing lines based on Census Tracts.  Census Tracts are geographical areas for which the census bureau releases data.  Census tracts are relatively permanent ‘units of analysis’ that are delineated for the purpose of presenting decennial census data.  It was determined by City Council that any Changes to the district’s lines shall closely resemble these census tracts. Per the guidelines, City Council determined that best practice would avoid deviating from breaking up or fracturing these established census tracts.  As such, any changes, additions, or deletions will be based on whole census tracts.

Q: When does this take effect?

A: The new districts will go into effect immediately upon adoption.

Q: Does every city get redistricted?

A: Under the Voting Rights Act, every city with single-member districts is constitutionally mandated to do an assessment following the U.S., which occurs every ten years. Every City where a population increase or decrease creates a significant enough imbalance in its districts must redistrict. The goal is to have each district have as close to the same population as every other district.

Q: Why did my area not get redistricted?

A: All the districts were assessed for population shifts. Redistricting focuses on ensuring that all districts have similar population sizes. The Council must also consider the demographics of its current districts, and how any changes to its current districts will affect the demographics of the new districts. Redistricting every district might create more problems than it would solve.

Q: Who can I talk to about my district?

A: There are several resources on the world wide web addressing Local, State, and National districts.  If your inquiry is about the City of Duncanville, you can reach out to our Public Information Officer or our City Secretary at the emails provided below. You may also call the City directly at 972.780.5000. The City of Duncanville has also provided links and contact information to the State and Federal websites on our City Website.

Q: How Do I vote in the next election?

A: Just like you have every year. Depending on the final plan adopted, your district may or may NOT change. If it does change then you will vote for the candidates running in the district you are in.

Q: Did my Councilmember Change?

A: Only if you are in a district whose boundaries have been changed. Otherwise, you will continue to vote as you have for the last ten years.

Q: What about the School, County, State, and National Elections? How am I Impacted?

A: Each entity or political subdivision is responsible for conducting its own redistricting effort.  Check with your local school district, state representative’s office, or Congressional office for more information. We have provided links below for your convenience.

Q: Will the City redistricting affect where I vote for my council member (Precinct)?

A: No. The new districts currently being proposed do not impact county voting precincts.

Q: What were the redistricting criteria and guidelines adopted by the City Council on November 30, 2021?

  • Each district should contain roughly the same number of people.
  • Easily identifiable geographic boundaries should be followed.
  • Communities of interest should be maintained in a single district, and attempts should be made to avoid splitting neighborhoods.
  • Councilmember districts should be composed of whole voting precincts. Where this is not possible or practicable, districts should be drawn considering county election precincts. Avoid splitting census blocks unless necessary.
  • Although it is recognized that existing districts will have to be altered to reflect new population distribution in the City, any districting plan should be based on existing districts.
  • Districts must be configured so that they are relatively equal in total population according to the 2020 federal census. In no event should the total population deviation between the largest and the smallest district exceed ten percent as compared to the ideal precinct size.
  • The districts should be compact and composed of contiguous territory. Compactness may contain a functional, as well as a geographical, dimension.
  • Consideration may be given to the preservation of incumbent-constituency relations by recognition of the residence of incumbents and their history in representing certain areas.
  • The plan should be narrowly tailored to avoid racial gerrymandering in violation of Shaw v. Reno.
  • Each district should contain roughly the same number of people;
  • Easily identifiable geographic boundaries should be followed.
  • Communities of interest should be maintained in a single district, and attempts should be made to avoid splitting neighborhoods.
  • Councilmember districts should be composed of whole voting precincts. Where this is not possible or practicable, districts should be drawn considering county election precincts. Avoid splitting census blocks unless necessary.
  • Although it is recognized that existing districts will have to be altered to reflect new population distribution in the City, any districting plan should be based on existing districts.
  • Districts must be configured so that they are relatively equal in total population according to the 2020 federal census. In no event should the total population deviation between the largest and the smallest district exceed ten percent as compared to the ideal precinct size.
  • The districts should be compact and composed of contiguous territory. Compactness may contain a functional, as well as a geographical, dimension.
  • Consideration may be given to the preservation of incumbent-constituency relations by recognition of the residence of incumbents and their history in representing certain areas.
  • The plan should be narrowly tailored to avoid racial gerrymandering in violation of Shaw v. Reno.

https://redistricting.capitol.texas.gov/faq

Q: Who is my representative; where can I find information about the legislative district that I live in?

A: In Who Represents Me? enter an address to obtain information on the representative, senator, or member of Congress who represents that address. Additional information about the district is available on that website.

Q: Where can I find a more detailed map of my district?

A: DistrictViewer provides the ability to view maps interactively. The further you zoom in, the more map features you see.

Q: What if I have further questions?

A: If you have further questions you may contact, David Kees, Executive Assistant to the City Manager at 972-780-5007.

Tuesday, November 2, 2021 Constitutional Amendment and Joint Election

Dallas, Texas – Dallas County Elections Administrator, Michael Scarpello, reminds eligible voters that the Constitutional Amendment and Joint Election is Tuesday, November 2, 2021.

All qualified voters in Dallas County may vote in person at any one of the county’s 443 vote center locations on Election Day between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. A list and a map of Election Day vote centers can be found at www.dallascountyvotes.org.

The Dallas County ballot will have 8 State of Texas propositions. In addition, the cities of Lewisville, Mesquite, Richardson, Sachse, Wylie and Highland Park ISD will also be voting on their own propositions. The City of Glenn Heights and the City of Mesquite will have special elections to fill vacancies. Visit www.dallascountyvotes.org to view a complete sample ballot.

Voters must present an acceptable form of identification in order to vote. ID requirements can be found at https://www.dallascountyvotes.org/election-day-voting/what-do-i-need-in-order-to-vote/

“When going to a vote center, voters should look for our new ‘Official Vote Center’ signs,” said Elections Administrator Scarpello. “These new signs were purchased recently to replace our old ‘Official Polling Place’ signs, which were acquired before the County’s move to vote centers in 2019.”

Election Night Reporting:
You may follow Election Night results online at https://www.dallascountyvotes.org/election-results-and-maps/election-results. Early Voting results will be posted at 7 p.m. on Election Night and the Election Day results will be posted at 9 p.m. and every 30 minutes after that until all results have been uploaded.

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Martes, 2 de noviembre de 2021 Enmienda Constitucional y Elección Conjunta

Dallas, Texas – El Administrador de Elecciones, Michael Scarpello, recuerda a los votantes elegibles que la Elección Constitucional y Conjunta del martes, 2 de noviembre de 2021.

Todos los votantes calificados en el Condado de Dallas pueden votar en persona en cualquiera de las 443 ubicaciones de los centros de votación del condado el día de las elecciones entre las 7 a.m. y las 7 p.m. Una lista y un mapa de los centros de votación se pueden encontrar en www.dallascountyvotes.org/es.

La boleta del Condado Dallas tendrá 8 propuestas del Estado de Texas. También, las ciudades de Lewisville, Mesquite, Richardson, Sachse, Wylie y Highland Park ISD también votarán sobre propuestas propias. La ciudad de Glenn Heights y Mesquite tendrán elecciones especiales para llenar vacantes. Visite www.dallascountyvotes.org/es para ver una muestra de la boleta.
Los votantes deben presentar una forma aceptable de identificación para poder votar. Los requisitos de ID se pueden encontrar en https://www.dallascountyvotes.org/election-day-voting/what-do-i-need-in-order-to-vote/

“Al ir a un centro de votación, los votantes deben buscar nuestros nuevos letreros de ‘Centro Oficial de Votación'”, dijo el Administrador de Elecciones Scarpello. “Estos nuevos letreros se compraron recientemente para reemplazar nuestros antiguos letreros de ‘Lugar de votación oficial’, que se adquirieron antes de que el Condado usaba centros de votación en 2019”.

Informes de la Noche de Elecciones:
Usted puede seguir los resultados de la Noche de Elecciones en línea en https://www.dallascountyvotes.org/election-results-and-maps/election-results. Los resultados de votación adelantada se publicarán a las 7 p.m. de la noche del día de las elecciones y los resultados del día de las elecciones se publicarán a las 9 p.m. y cada 30 minutos después hasta que se completen todos los resultados.