City Elections

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The 2020 City Officers election will be held Saturday, May 2nd. 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 15th. The application deadline is 5:00 p.m. on Friday, February 14th. Candidate filing packets are now available in the City Secretary’s office.

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 the Mayor.  Residents of Districts 2 and 4 may vote for their respective candidates. Anyone not currently registered to vote has until April 2, 2020 to register in order to cast a ballot in the May 2th 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 (214) 637-7937. Additional information regarding the upcoming election may be obtained by contacting the City Secretary at (972) 780-5017.

 

On Election Day registered voters may only vote at their assigned polling place.

Here are a few ways to find out the location of your assigned polling place:

Call the Duncanville Public Library: 972-780-5052, we can look it up for you.

Go to dallascountyvotes.org

Contact the Dallas County Elections Department

  • Office Hours:
    Monday – Friday 8:00a – 4:30p
  • Main Office Phone Number:
    (214) 819-6300
  • Voter Registration Phone Number:
    (214) 819-6389
  • Early Voting Phone Number:
    (214) 819-6359
  • Fax Number:
    (214) 819-6301

Elections & Voting News

2019 UNOFFICIAL GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS

CITY OF DUNCANVILLE MAY 4, 2019 GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS Conducted by the Dallas County Elections Department. Three election day polling places were utilized: Byrd Middle School, Reed Middle School, and Fairmeadows Elementary School. Early voting was held at the Library/Community Center, 201 James Collins Blvd. – Barbara Lewis (Judge). UNOFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS COUNCILMEMBER AT-LARGE EARLY VOTING TOTAL […]

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