In Dallas County, about 26,000 voters cast their ballots during early voting ahead of the Nov. 7 election, which includes 14 propositions to amend the state constitution.

What you need to know

In Dallas County, about 1.41 million people are registered to vote. Less than 2% of those voters, 26,366, had cast their ballots as of Oct. 29, according to the county’s elections website. Voting totals for Oct. 30-Nov. 3 were not available by time of publication.

Early voting began Oct. 23 and ended Nov. 3. Election day is Nov. 7, and polling locations will be open 7 a.m.-7 p.m. A list of Dallas County polling locations is available on the county’s elections website.

For Dallas County voters, the ballot includes the state constitution amendments. City of Dallas, Richardson and Coppell voters have no city-specific items on their ballot. However, Collin County residents in Richardson will see a $683 million bond package on the Nov. 7 ballot.

Learn more

Dallas County voters can find information about the 14 propositions to amend the state constitution here. Community Impact’s 2023 Voter Guide is available here.