Another easy method is to fill out the online application available on the Texas Secretary of State’s website.
Please note: “You are not registered until you have filled out the online application, printed it, and mailed it to your local County Voter Registrar” – SOS Website
If you need assistance in obtaining an application, please see the Secretary’s website for more options.
I JUST MOVED TO COLLIN COUNTY FROM ANOTHER PART OF THE STATE, AND WAS ALREADY REGISTERED. HOW DO I UPDATE MY REGISTRATION?
Welcome to the reddest county in Texas! We are glad to have you. You will need to follow the methods listed above by either visiting the Collin County Elections Administrator office, or filling out the online application. You will receive your updated form within 30 days.
Please note: “If you are late to register in your new county, you may be able to vote a “limited” ballot on candidates or issues common between your old and new counties.” See VoteTexas.gov for other restrictions.
I WAS ALREADY REGISTERED IN COLLIN COUNTY, BUT MOVED WITHIN THE COUNTY. DO I NEED TO REREGISTER?
Not at all! You can flip over your existing card, and write your new address on the back and mail it to the Collin County Elections Administrator (address above). You can also see the top section of this page on VoteTexas.gov for other options.
I HAVE MOVED TO ANOTHER COUNTY, BUT DID NOT UPDATE MY VOTER REGISTRATION IN TIME FOR THE ELECTION. CAN I VOTE IN COLLIN COUNTY?
Unfortunately, you will not be able to vote in Collin County in the election you appeared to vote in. You will be instructed to attend your designated polling location in the county you now live in to vote provisionally. The best way to avoid this scenario is to update your voter registration immediately when you move into a new county. If you are unsure if you are registered in your county, or registered at all, make sure you complete this process 30 days before any election you plan to vote in.
I THINK I AM ALREADY REGISTERED TO VOTE. HOW DO I FIND OUT?
That is very easy. Follow this link to the Secretary of State’s website and provide the necessary information or check the Collin County Government website.