The City Secretary serves as the Chief Election Official for the City of Frisco. City elections shall be conducted in accordance with the Texas Election Code and held annually on the first Saturday in May.

The City of Frisco is a Home Rule Municipality and operates under a Council-Manager form of government. The Mayor and six (6) Council Members are elected and serve at-large. The City of Frisco is located in both Collin and Denton counties and contracts elections through both the Collin County Elections Administrator and the Denton County Elections Administrator

The next City of Frisco General Election will be held on Saturday, May 6, 2023 to elect a Mayor and members for City Council Place 5, and City Council Place 6 . For more information on who is currently serving on City Council please see our City Council page .

Requirements to Run for Elective City Office:

Section 5.02 of the City Charter states to file for an elective City office, one must meet the following requirements/qualifications:

(1) Candidates for elective City offices shall file for office in accordance with the Texas Election Code. Each candidate’s application for a place on the ballot must be accompanied by a nonrefundable filing fee of two hundred dollars ($200) or, in lieu of the  payment of a filing fee, a petition signed by no less than 25 qualified voters of the City or one-half of one percent of the total votes received in the City by all candidates for Mayor in the most recent mayoral Special Election, whichever is greater. (The total votes received in the City by all candidates in the last Mayoral Election was 62,653.) Those candidates choosing to submit a petition should do so using the approved petition form (PDF).

(2) Candidates for elective City offices shall meet the following qualifications:

(A) Shall be at least eighteen (18) years of age at the time of the election for which they are filing;

(B) Shall be a qualified voter;

(C) Shall have resided within the corporate limits of the City, or recently annexed territory, for at least one (1) year immediately preceding the filing date;

(D) Shall not, at the time of filing or while in office, be in arrears in payment of taxes or other liabilities due the City after notice of any delinquency;

(E) No candidate may file in a single election for more than one (1) office or position as provided by this Charter;

(F) The office of an incumbent elected City official shall become vacant when the person holding such office files an application to have his or her name placed on  an official ballot as a candidate for any elective public office other than the one  such  person holds, unless otherwise prohibited by law; and

(G) Shall comply with all other City ordinances or resolutions that may be applicable.

Important Dates - for May 2023 General Election 
Last Day to File for a Place on the BallotFriday, February 17, 2023
Drawing for a Place on the BallotFriday, February 24, 2023
Last Day to Register to Vote for General ElectionThursday, April 6, 2023
First Day of Early VotingMonday, April 24, 2023
Last Day of Early VotingTuesday, May 2, 2023
Election DaySaturday, May 6, 2023


More information regarding 2023 Elections Dates may be found via the Texas Secretary of State

Polling Locations:
Polling Locations for the May 2023 General Election will be officially determined in March of 2023. The proposed polling locations will be the same as previous May General Election polling locations. See an example of previous locations on the Polling Locations Map(pdf).  

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