Rock the Vote!
The March 2 elections are political party primaries to decide which candidates will be on the November general election ballot. You will vote in your county at your designated precinct based on your address (here is polling info for Collin County, and for Denton County—whose site is down at the moment but check back), and vote on either the Democratic or the Republican party ballot. (You have to pick, you can’t vote on both!)
The bad news is that if you aren’t already registered to vote, you cannot vote on March 2.
But, it’s not too late for you to register to vote in the Frisco city election that takes place on Saturday, May 8, where we will elect two of our six city council members as well as vote on many amendments to the city charter. Pick up a voter registration card the next time you are at City Hall, or at the DPS office.
Or, tell us you need one and we’ll mail one to you. Despite having 100,000+ residents, Frisco elections are usually decided by less than 4,000 total votes. So yes, every vote really does count!
And, like our mamas always said, if you aren’t willing to be part of the solution, you don’t get to complain about the problem. So register, and go vote!