Allen Voting Locations2018-09-19T06:46:18+00:00

2018 Allen General Election Information

Monday, Oct 22, 2018 – Friday, Nov. 2, 2018

Election Day – Tuesday, Nov. 6 2018 from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m.

Voting in Allen for the November 2018 General Election is easy! Check the time and dates below for Early Voting. Voting will run from 7 am – 7pm at every location on Election Day. Collin County uses Voting Centers, which means you can vote at any location in the county as long as you’re a resident. Check the table below for the Allen Voting Locations. If you need any help, get in touch with your Precinct Chair, or call the CollinGOP office.

Early Voting Dates & Times

Oct. 22

8am – 5pm

Oct. 23

8am – 5pm

Oct. 24

8am – 5pm

Oct. 25

8am – 5pm

Oct. 26

8am – 5pm

Oct. 27

7am – 7pm

Oct. 28

1pm – 6pm

Oct. 29

7am – 7pm

Oct. 30

7am – 7pm

Oct. 31

7am – 7pm

Nov. 1

7am – 7pm

Nov. 2

7am – 7pm

2018 General Election Sample Ballot

In the November 2018 General Election, voters will be choosing from candidates for the Republican, Libertarian, Independent, and Democratic parties. Over the course of 20 years, Republican have lead Texas and Collin County to new heights of freedom, prosperity, and prominence.

Sample Ballot

Allen 2018 General Election Early Voting Locations

LocationAddressCity 
Allen ISD Service Center1451 North WattersAllenMap
Allen Municipal Courts Facility301 Century ParkwayAllenMap
Lovejoy ISD Admin. Building259 Country Club RoadAllenMap

Allen 2018 Election Day Voting Locations

LocationAddressCity 
Allen ISD Service Center1451 North WattersAllenMap
Allen Municipal Courts Facility301 Century ParkwayAllenMap
Christ the Servant Lutheran Church821 South Greenville AvenueAllenMap
Lovejoy ISD Administration Building259 Country Club RdAllenMap
Suncreek United Methodist Church1517 West McDermott DriveAllenMap
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