Where to vote Tuesday

Where to vote Tuesday

February 29
20:24 2016

Staff Reports

It’s time to vote.

You have to be registered in Denton County in order to vote here. If you’re not, and would like to be, you can request a form be mailed to you. You can get more information on that here. Or you can visit a local post office, library, Texas Department of Public Safety office or Texas Health and Human Services Commission office. Get even more information here.

If you don’t know whether you’re registered in Denton County, check here.

There are several places across Denton County where you can vote. Here’s a list:

Denton Civic Center 321 E McKinney St., Denton

Denton County Elections Administration Building 701 Kimberly Dr., Denton

Steven E. Copeland Government Center 1400 FM 424, Cross Roads

Lewisville Municipal Annex 1197 W. Main Street, Lewisville

Justin Municipal Complex 415 N. College Ave, Justin

Carrollton Public Library 4220 N. Josey Ln., Carrollton

Little Elm Library 100 W Eldorado Pkwy., Little Elm

Lake Dallas City Hall 212 Main Street, Lake Dallas

Highland Village Municipal Complex 1000 Highland Village Rd., Highland Village

Flower Mound Police and Court Building 4150 Kirkpatrick Ln., Flower Mound

Argyle Town Hall 308 Denton St., Argyle

Frisco Fire Station #7 330 W Stonebrook Pkwy., Frisco

Pilot Point Senior Center 310 S Washington St., Pilot Point

The Colony Government Center 6301 Main St., The Colony

Corinth City Hall 3300 Corinth Pkwy., Corinth

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  1. Libertarian Party
    Libertarian Party February 15, 21:08

    This article only covers primaries for the major parties. It would be nice if conventions for minor parties were also discussed so people could make more informed choices.

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