Voter turnout during the nearly 10 days of early voting in Collin and Denton counties for the upcoming May 6 election gradually increased as time passed, according to county election data.

Here is a quick look at each county’s turnout and a quick refresher of what is on the ballot for Frisco residents.

By the numbers: Collin County

Out of the registered voters in Collin County, more than 40,000 chose to vote early April 24-29, according to Collin County voting data. The county did not offer early voting hours on April 30.

On election day, Collin County voters may cast a ballot at any polling location from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Frisco has four polling locations, which can be viewed here along with the other Collin County polling locations.

By the numbers: Denton County

Out of the 607,463 registered voters in Denton County, 38,614 chose to vote early April 24-30, according to Denton County voting data.

On election day, Denton County voters are restricted to voting at their ZIP code’s assigned polling precinct during the 7 a.m.-7 p.m. voting period. A list of Denton County polling places can be found here.

On Frisco’s ballot

The May 6 general election will include a $473 million bond for five citywide capital improvement projects, each of which can be voted for or against separately by residents. A breakdown of each bond item can be found here.

Local races, such as the ones for Frisco City Council and Frisco ISD board of trustees seats, are also on the ballot. Information on each candidate can be found in Community Impact’s 2023 Voter Guide.

Editor's note: This article has been updated to correct an error. More than 40,000 registered voters have cast ballots in Collin County. It has also been updated to clarify early voting hours on April 30.