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2020 is going to be a busy election year with the presidential primaries and a special election in Mansfield for the Mayor's seat.  This is interesting as well because there are multiple city council seats and MISD school board positions that are becoming available.  We have compiled the most important dates in one place.  

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If you need information on polling locations, your voter status, voting with disabilities, overseas voting, and more.
  • Oct. 5: This is your last day to register to vote for the general election.

  • Oct. 13: Early voting starts in Texas.

  • Oct. 23: This is your last day to request a ballot to vote by mail for the general election. In order to vote by mail, you have to meet certain conditions.

  • Oct. 30: Early voting ends.

  • Nov. 3: If you didn't vote early, you get your chance on Election Day.

During early voting, you are able to vote at any polling location in your county, however, we recommend the locations below.  There are several races and as a Mansfield resident, depending on which county you live in, there are 2 or maybe 3 ballots to look for.  Again, look out for the General Election ballot, the Mansfield General & Special Election ballot and a Mansfield School Board ballot.

The General Election ballot will allow you to vote for your Federal, State, and County officials.  The Mansfield General & Special Election ballot will allow you to vote for your City Council officials and City Propositions and the School Board ballot will allow you to vote for Mansfield School Board officials.  If you do not receive your Mansfield General & Special Elections ballot or the Mansfield School Board ballot be sure to ask the poll workers for it.  Your voice counts!

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