The city of Frisco had a total of 6,286 votes cast during the eight-day early voting period for the May 1 election, according to data from the city.

This reflects about 5% of participation from the 117,076 registered voters in Frisco.

Frisco residents voting in Denton County represented about half of those votes, which was broken down by day on the county website.

Polls will be open for voting from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. May 1. Visit the Community Impact Newspaper 2021 voter guide for more information about the candidates. Registered voters in Collin County can cast their ballots at any open polling location within the county on election day. A list of county voting locations can be found at Voters in Denton County, however, must vote at their assigned precinct on election day. See the map below for election day voting locations in Frisco, and visit for more information.

Election results can be found at starting at 7 p.m. May 1. Results will be updated throughout the night as results come in.