The Library provides voter registration cards in English or Spanish. Below are additional resources for election and voter information.
Presidential Primary Election - March 3, 2020
Early Voting: February 18-28
Last day to register to vote: February 3
Voter registration applications must be postmarked by February 3 or received by the office of the voter registrar by February 3 in order to be effective for the March 3 Primary Election. Voter registration applications are available at the Lewisville Public Library.
During Early Voting, registered voters may vote at any voting location in Denton County, regardless of their party affiliation. On Primary Election Day, March 3, registered voters must vote at their assigned precinct location for either the Republican or Democratic Party. Click here to visit VoteDenton.com for lists of Election Day locations.
Early Voting locations in Lewisville:
- Lewisville Municipal Annex, Community Room, 1197 W. Main St., Lewisville 75067 [click here for map]
- Castle Hills Community Center, Banquet Room, 2501 Queen Margaret Dr., Lewisville 75056 [click here for map]
Early Voting Schedule for the above Lewisville locations:
|February 18-21||Tuesday - Friday||8 a.m. - 5 p.m.|
|February 22||Saturday||7 a.m. - 7 p.m.|
|February 23||Sunday||11 a.m. - 4 p.m.|
|February 24-28||Monday - Friday||7 a.m. - 7 p.m.|
Election and voter information for Denton County residents
- Voter Lookup - Enter your first name, last name and date of birth to find out if your are registered to vote in Denton County.
- Request a Voter Registration Application
- Find information on general elections, as well as special elections
- Find early voting dates, times and locations
- Precinct Lookup - Enter your home address to find your election day polling location.
Election and voter information for Texas residents (site powered by the Texas Secretary of State)
- Have you moved and aren't sure what county you're registered in? Use the Am I Registered? tool to search the state's voter registration database
- Find information for Military and Overseas Voters
- Find information on Voters with Special Needs
- Your Rights as a registered voter in Texas
Be an Informed Voter
- Voters Guide - Find the League of Women Voters Texas Voters Guide in English & Spanish. The Voters Guide is a nonpartisan guide providing voters with information on candidates and issues to help them make informed decisions when they vote.
Fake News & Fact-Checking
- Click here to view the presentation from the Library's Spotting Fake News class
- Politifact.com – fact-checking website that rates the accuracy of claims by elected officials; run by editors and reporters from the Tampa Bay Times, an independent newspaper in Florida
- Punditfact – project of the Tampa Bay Times and The Poynter Institute, dedicated to checking the accuracy of claims by pundits, columnists, bloggers, political analysts, hosts/guests of talk shows, and other members of the media
- Factcheck.org – project of the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania, a nonpartisan, nonprofit ‘consumer advocate’ for voters that aims to reduce the level of deception and confusion in U.S. politics
- Hoax-slayer.com – debunks email and social media hoaxes, combats spam and internet scams
- TruthorFiction.com – get the truth about rumors, inspirational stories, virus warnings, hoaxes, scams, humorous tales, pleas for help, urban legends, prayer requests, calls to action, and other forwarded emails
Snopes.com – source for checking the credibility of urban legends, folklore, myths, rumors, and misinformation
AllSides - breaks down trending topics to three stories written by sources identified as from the left, from the right, and from the center