2019 Election Information

2019 Election Information

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Validate Registration, District, Precinct, and Poll Location

Check your voter registration, ballot information, and more by visiting the Dallas County Elections website.

Voter Information - When & Where

Information will be provided when available in Spring 2020.

Election Day Voting Site 

(Where do I vote?)

On Election Day, voters are required to vote at the poll location within their precinct. You can find your precinct by entering your address information inthe appropriate fields. Click the button below to start your search:

Precinct Lookup Tool

Once you find your precinct number, use the list below to find your voting location:

Irving Voting Locations

Voters Guide

The Irving League is now able to provide a printed version a Voters Guide based on the information gathered and provided in the League's on-line VOTE411 application. Voter information can be accessed on the VOTE411 website. Access to the this site is provided in the VOTE411 section following.

Printed Voters Guide will be provided in mid-April at the usual locations: all Irving Libraries, Heritage Center, City Hall, Los Colinas Chamber, Hispanic Chamber, Irving Mosque (North and South).

Voter Information - Vote411.org

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VOTE411, a website developed by LWV-US, is now available and provides voter information for all races in which you can vote. When reviewing the races, you can review specific candidates answers to questions by placing two (2) candidates of choice side by side. You can then mark your candidate of choice. Once you have completed your choice of candidates for all your races, you can print your completed ballot take your printed results with you when you go to the poll to vote. It is perfectly legal to use your printed ballot when casting your vote at the poll site so do not let the poll worker tell you otherwise.

Visit Vote411.org! You can see what's on your ballot, check your voter registration, find your polling place, discover upcoming debates in your area, and much more by entering your address to get started.

The May Joint Election-Cities and School Board election information will become available on the VOTE411 site in early April.

Local Election Races / Propositions

Information will be provided as available in Spring 2020.

Candidates Forum

Information will be provided as appropriate.

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