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Local Election - May 4

Local elections will be held in Collin County on May 4, with early voting from April 22 - 30. Many areas will vote for mayor, city council members, school board trustees, and/or bond propositions. Prepare to be a voter!


LWV-CC Annual Meeting - May 18

All are welcome at LWV-CC's annual meeting on Saturday, May 18, at the Schimelpfenig Library program room in Plano. There will be a short reception starting at 10:30, followed by the meeting at 11:00. Members will elect officers and directors, adopt a budget and local program, and consider bylaws changes. View the annual meeting documents. Members and nonmembers may register here. Members, please log in to the website before registering. This event is not sponsored by the Plano Public Library System or the City of Plano.

Primary Runoff Election

There will be a primary runoff election on May 28 for races in which no candidate received at least 50% of the votes cast in the March 5 primary election. Here is a list of candidates. If you voted in the primary election, you may only vote in the same party's runoff election. View the Collin County election results and Texas election results.

  • April 29 - Last day to register to vote
  • May 17 - Last day to apply for a ballot by mail
  • May 20 - Early voting begins
  • May 24 - Early voting ends
  • May 28 - Election Day

Homelessness and Affordable Housing in Collin County

LWV-CC hosted a public forum about 'Homelessness and Affordable Housing in Collin County' on April 2. The topics included the challenges communities face when dealing with homelessness and affordable housing, as well as the steps being taken by local entities to provide solutions to this crisis. Watch the video (1:31).

View the bios of our expert panelists: David Gruber, Senior Director of Development and Communication, Housing Forward NTX; Dana Riley, Donor Relations Manager, Samaritan Inn; James Thomas, Student Services Coordinator, Plano ISD; Janet Collinsworth, Founder & CEO, Agape Resource Center; and Cristel Todd, Affordable Housing Administrator, City of McKinney.

Here are the presentations:

Payday and Auto Title Lending

LWV-CC hosted a public forum in January about Payday and Auto Title Lending. Our panel of experts educated attendees about these types of loans and the efforts to curb predatory practices. View the meeting slides and the speaker bios. Watch the video (56:37).

Join LWV

Do you believe in empowering voters and defending democracy? Consider joining the League of Women Voters! You could do voter registration, create Voters Guides, develop informative programs, assist with candidate forums, and more. Even if you don't have time for activities like these, your support and friendship as a member are always valued. All genders are welcome. To find out more about LWV-CC, contact It is easy to join LWV!

LWV-CC Newsletter

Sign up to receive LWV-CC's monthly email newsletters to keep informed about elections, voter registration, advocacy, and more.

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Here are some of our past newsletters.

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To select LWV-CC as your preferred charity, log into your Kroger Rewards account at Enter organization code FS440 or search for League of Women Voters of Collin County.


Tom Thumb will donate 1% of your eligible purchases to LWV-CC at no cost to you. Simply write 14290 as your selected charity on this Tom Thumb Good Neighbor form, and drop it off at customer service.

Donate to the 'League of Women Voters of Collin County' through your company's giving program.


LWV-CC is a 501C3 charitable organization with EIN 51-0155936. All dues and donations are tax deductible.

The League of Women Voters is nonpartisan. We never support or oppose political parties or political candidates.