Upcoming Election Information

2020 General/ Joint (Presidential) Election

Tuesday, November 3, 2020

Straight Party Voting – House Bill 25: Ended the ability to allow voters the option of voting a straight party ballot with one selection

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This website is for informational purposes only. While we endeavor to provide timely and accurate information, we make no guarantees. This material has been compiled from various sources. For additional questions, please contact the Dallas County Elections Department at (214) 819-6300.

 

Saturday, May 2, 2020 Postponed to Tuesday, November 3, 2020

NOTICE: On March 18, 2020 Greg Abbott, the Governor of Texas, sent out a proclamation suspending Sections 41.0052(a) and (b) of the Texas Election Code and Section 49.103 of the Texas Water Code to the extent necessary to allow political subdivisions that would otherwise hold elections on May 2, 2020, to move their general and special elections for 2020 only to the next uniform election date, occurring on November 3, 2020, without otherwise adjusting the term of office, and suspending Sections 31.093 and 42.0621(c) of the Texas Election Code to the extent necessary to require all county election officers, if requested by an affected political subdivision, to enter into a contract to furnish election services with any political subdivision who postponed their election to November 3, 2020, under the authority of this proclamation.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE PROCLAMATION AND ADVISORY FROM THE STATE

Dallas County Elections office recommends each political subdivision to postpone the election. The serious impact caused by the COVID pandemic and the need to follow guidelines recommended by many local, county and state disaster declarations is our main concern. The COVID-19 pandemic is still a fluid situation with an unknown outcome. The experts have consistently stated the situation will continue to get worse before improvement is seen. There are numerous unknowns at this time causing an extremely challenging situation for conducting a May 2, 2020 Election. we understand that these are trying times, but the safety of the citizens and poll workers of Dallas County are of upmost importance.

Information will be posted as we receive any Order of Postponements (Political Subdivisions postponing to November 3, 2020) OR any Notice of Election (Political Subdivisions not moving to November and decide to hold their own election on May 2, 2020).

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE LIST OF THE ENTITIES AND THEIR ORDER OF POSTPONEMENTS