Tuesday, Nov. 4, is Election Day across the U.S. In Texas, there is voting statewide for one U.S. Senate seat, governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general. Voters also will decide races for several commissioner positions, justices, judgeships and state boards.

All 36 U.S. House of Representatives seats are on the ballot, broken down by Congressional districts. There is one statewide proposition, Proposition 1, plus several regional propositions.

All polling locations will be open for voting from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., so plan accordingly. Registered voters are able to cast their vote at polling locations throughout the area for the General Election. Click here to view a list of the sample ballots (listed by precinct) for Collin County. If you do not know your designated precinct, refer to the voter registration card that you received in the mail or look up your Voter Registration Card online from the Collin County elections page.

Below are the locations for voting in McKinney (McKinney residents can vote at ANY location):

Collin County Elections Office
2010 Redbud Blvd., Ste. 102, McKinney

Collin College – Central Park Campus
2200 W. University Dr., McKinney

Collin College – Higher Education Center
3452 Spur 399, McKinney
(Across SH 121 from Medical Center of McKinney)

Dowell Middle School
301 S. Ridge Rd., McKinney

Dr Pepper StarCenter at Craig Ranch
6993 Stars Ave., McKinney

Eldorado Country Club
2604 Country Club Dr., McKinney

John & Judy Gay Library
6861 W. Eldorado Pkwy., McKinney

McKinney Fire Station #7
861 S. Independence Pkwy., McKinney

McKinney Senior Recreation Center
1400 S. College St., McKinney

Old Settlers Recreation Center
1201 E. Louisiana St., McKinney

Stonebridge United Methodist Church
1800 S. Stonebridge Dr., McKinney

Click here for a complete list of the voting locations in McKinney and other places in Collin County. Early voting in McKinney and Collin County was held from Oct. 20-31.