2014 Election Information


May 10, 2014 Town of Prosper General Election

Unofficial Results

Collin County Results
Denton County Results

Notice of General Election (Aviso de Eleccion General)

Drawing for Places on the Ballot - Results (Sorteo Para Un Lugar En La Boleta) - Resultados)

Notice of Deadline to File Application for Place on the Ballot  (Aviso de Fecha Limite Para Presentar Solicitudes Para un Lugar en la Boleta)

Notice:  As of Thursday, February 13, 2014, The Town Secretary's Office will be located at the following address:
Prosper Town Hall
121 W. Broadway Street
Prosper, Texas  75078


Texas Secretary of State John Steen announced on June 25, 2013, that photo identification will now be required when voting in Texas elections.  Click on one of the links below for more information:


Photo ID Requirements (English)
Photo ID Requirements (Spanish)


The Town of Prosper is situated in two counties—Denton and Collin County. Please click on the appropriate link to determine if you are registered to vote in Denton or Collin County.

Voter Registration Card Search - Collin County
Voter Registration Card Search - Denton County



Please click on the appropriate link for polling locations, dates and hours for each county:

Collin County Residents
Denton County Residents

The Secretary of State serves as the Chief Election Officer for the state of Texas, assisting county election officials and ensuring the uniform application and interpretation of election laws through the state. This office may be contacted at 800.252.VOTE (8683) or 512.463.5650 or via http://www.sos.state.tx.us/. The Texas Secretary of State created http://www.votexas.org/ to provide election information such as where to vote, what to bring, what the process is like, and much more, in a user friendly format.

Texas Ethics Commission provides guidance to candidates and political parties to maintain equality for all involved in the election process. The Commission may be contacted at 512.463.5800 or http://www.ethics.state.tx.us/ Register to Vote or Change Your Voter Registration...Postage-paid voter registration applications (for new registrations or updates) are available at the Collin and Denton County Elections Centers. The completed application must be returned to the Elections Department in person or by mail to the address shown on the application form. Completed applications must be returned or clearly postmarked by the 30th day before any election in which you desire to vote. If the deadline falls on a weekend or holiday, the deadline moves forward to the next business day.