Elections (Elecciones)

 May 7, 2022 General Election

One (1) Mayor and Two (2) council seat terms, all at-large, are expiring May of 2022.  On May 7, 2022, the City of Parker will hold an election, if any incumbent is contested.  Anyone wishing to run for City Council may file their application at City Hall with the City Secretary.  Check the website regularly for updates or sign up for email notifications by using the Notify Me feature.

Internet Posting Requirements for Political Subdivisions AW 1-15

The filing period is 1/19/2022 through 2/18/2022 at 5:00 p.m. Notice

Order and Notice (English/Spanish)  Order and Notice

If any incumbent is contested, a drawing for Place on the Ballot will be held on
2/21/2022, 6:30 PM (Tentative).  Notice of Drawing for Place on Ballot

Sample Ballot Forms:  Sample Ballot Style 42 and Sample Ballot Style 43

Visit Plano ISD for information on their election.

Visit Collin County Elections website for details on all current elections.

Vote Texas has information on upcoming state and federal elections.

Important Information


Voting


Voting is your expression, it is your voice, it is your constitutional right. You, as a Parker citizen, have an opportunity to express your voice through your vote!  The City of Parker, Texas, contracts with the Collin County Elections Office to administer our elections; therefore, all ballot styles are available for Parker residents during early voting and election day at all Collin County voting centers.  No resident should ever have to go to different locations to vote.  If you would like additional information about voting in your City, you may contact City Secretary Patti Grey at 972-442-6811 or by email.

Photo ID now required for voting in Texas.  

For more information on voting in Texas, visit www.votetexas.gov

Lost Voter's Registration Card

 

For a copy of your voter's registration card you can visit Collin County Elections

More Information

 
For additional information you may contact Collin County Elections at 800-687-8546 or by email.


Secretary Scott Reminds Eligible Texas Voters to Register by January 31st to Cast a Ballot in the March 1 Primary Election

En Español

January 10, 2022
Contact: Sam Taylor
512-463-6116

AUSTIN — Secretary of State John Scott today reminded all eligible Texas voters to make sure they are registered to vote ahead of the January 31st voter registration deadline for the March 1, 2022 Primary Elections in Texas. Voters registered by January 31st can also participate in Early Voting, which begins on February 14th and ends February 25th, 2022. In Texas, voters register with their respective county voter registrars, which are housed within Elections Administrator offices or Tax Assessor-Collector offices, depending on the county.

Secretary Scott encouraged all Texans who are eligible to get registered and get informed as they prepare to head to the polls next month:

"Registering to vote in Texas is easy and straightforward - so long as you are a qualified voter, you can send in a voter registration application to your county's voter registrar by January 31st and you'll be eligible to vote in the upcoming Primary Election," Secretary Scott said. "We want all eligible Texans to participate in all of this year's upcoming elections, including the Primary Elections in which voters will choose the candidates to appear on the November 2022 General Election ballot. Don't wait until the last minute - start the registration process today!"

To be eligible to vote in Texas, you must be:

  • A United States citizen;
  • A resident of the county where you submit the application;
  • At least 17 years and 10 months old on the date your voter registration application is submitted, and 18 years of age on Election Day.
  • Not finally convicted of a felony (you may be eligible to vote once you have completed your sentence, probation, and parole); and
  • Not declared by a court exercising probate jurisdiction to be either totally mentally incapacitated or partially mentally incapacitated without the right to vote.

Texas is an open primary state, which means that voters do not 'register' as members of a particular political party. Rather, eligible Texas voters can cast a ballot in either party's primary election - but not both. Primary Elections are run by the Republican and Democrat parties in each of Texas' 254 counties. Party chairs in each county are responsible for conducting voting on Election Day, while county election officials administer the Early Voting period.

Texans can check to verify their registration status ahead of the January 31st deadline by visiting the Texas Secretary of State's My Voter Portal.

Registering to vote for the first time?

To register to vote in Texas, simply complete a voter registration application and return it to your county election office at least 30 days before the upcoming election date.  To complete an application, you may:

Register to vote when renewing your Driver License or State ID card

If you’re not already registered to vote but have an existing Texas Driver License or state identification card, you can register to vote online when renewing, replacing or changing your contact information for either of these cards through the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS).

Follow the steps on the DPS web portal to update your driver license information, and you will be given the option to register to vote when renewing or updating your information.

Update your voter registration information online

Whether you’ve recently moved or changed your name, you can now update all your information on your voter registration record through our portal on Texas.gov.

Click here to update your voter registration information online.**

**NOTE: To update your voter registration, you will need your Voter Unique Identifier (VUID) to log in to the Texas.gov portal. You can find your VUID by visiting the Texas SOS My Voter Portal, in which you can enter your Name, County, Date of Birth and ZIP code to display your voter registration information.

Voting Box