Vote By Mail

To request a mail-in ballot application, please download and print an application. You can find the application here:
Mail-In Ballot Application

Once you receive your mail-in ballot, please complete it as soon as possible and either mail it back to your Early Voting Clerk or hand deliver it to their office on Election Day.

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Online Application & Ballot Tracker
What You Need to Know About Voting By Mail

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If you are a Collin County registered voter, you can vote by mail if:

  • You expect to be absent from the County during both the early voting period and election day;
  • You have a disability;
  • You are 65 years of age or older; or
  • You are confined in jail and not finally convicted of a felony;
  • Are sick or disabled (as defined in Texas Election Code Sec. 82.002(a));
  • Are expected to give birth within three weeks before or after Election Day.

NOTE: Fear of COVID-19 alone does not qualify as a disability under state law.  The decision to apply to vote by mail because of a disability or physical condition is your own (subject to a correct understanding of the law) based on your current health conditions and health history.

We strongly recommend that you APPLY NOW if you think you may want to vote by mail this November. Applying now will provide enough time for your application to be processed and for you to receive and return your ballot in time to have it count.  Please do not wait to apply!

Applying for a mail in ballot is easy using this link: https://bbm.sos.state.tx.us/bbm.asp

When you submit the application form, you will be given two options:

  1. Have the application mailed to you with a pre-addressed envelope that you then return by mail.
  2. Download and print the application. Complete it/mail it to:
    Early Voting Clerk
    2010 Redbud Blvd, Suite 102
    McKinney, TX 75069

Mail-in Ballot Application

 

Mail Ballot