From Staff Reports

Voting on whether or not to accept nine amendments to the Texas constitution is set for

Tuesday, Nov. 5 at Prosper’s Community Library, although Early Voting has already begun, according to Town Secretary

Robyn Battle.

"While Election Day is set for Tuesday, November 5, residents of either Collin County or Denton County may

take advantage of Early Voting; however each county’s voting locations are independent of each other. Before heading

out to vote early, residents should check the appropriate web site for the county in which they reside to make sure they

know where to go," she said.

The Prosper Municipal Chambers, 108 W. Broadway, will be an Early Voting site for Collin County residents only.

Denton County residents, even those who live in Prosper, cannot vote early at the Municipal Chambers.

Early voting for the Nov. 5 election started on Monday, Oct. 21 and will continue until Friday, Nov. 1.

"As both counties have their own schedules and locations, it’s critically important for residents to conduct some

research on where and when they can vote early, as well as on Election Day.

Collin County residents should visit

Denton County residents should visit


For the Collin County residents wanting to vote early at the Prosper Municipal Chambers, the days and hours

include Monday, Oct. 21 to Friday, Oct. 25 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. It continues on Saturday, Oct. 26 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

On Sunday, Oct. 27, the hours are 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. And, from Monday, Oct. 28 to Friday, Nov. 1, Early Voting hours start

at 7 a.m. and end at 7 p.m. On Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 5, voters in Prosper who live in Collin County may vote at the

Prosper Community Library, 700 N. Coleman St. from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

"Voters should remember that Denton County residents may only vote at Denton County locations. The Prosper

Municipal Chambers will not accommodate Denton County early voters," added Battle.

Also, this will be the first election that will require a photo ID of all voters. For photo ID requirements and other

useful information, please visit

"The Prosper web site has all of the information necessary for voting, featuring links to answer most questions,

including information on the proposed amendments. We strongly recommend voters visit our site or the appropriate

county site to gather information before venturing out to vote," said Battle.