NOTE: This was for 2007 City elections, which have now passed. 2012 General Election
OK fellow Citizens of Lewisville, Saturday is the day to make your voice heard. Though you may not know about our candidates for City Council, or the issues we're currently facing in the city, WhosPlayin is here to help! This post will recap everything we've covered so far in the race, and give you everything you need to know to make an informed decision.
Where to Vote
Early voting is now over. On Election Day, you must vote at the location at which your precinct is assigned. You may call the Elections Office at (940)349-3200 if you do not know your precinct number. Or, you may use Denton County's Voter Registration Search to determine your precinct. Your precinct is listed on your Voter ID card, as illustrated below:
|Your Precinct #||You VOTE HERE:|
|113, 114, 138, 221, 227, 309||Lewisville City Hall, 151 W. Church St||[Map]|
|306, 308, 311, 322, 324, 329||Lewisville Municipal Annex, 1197 W. Main St.||[Map]|
|300, 301, 305, 310, 312, 315, 318, 321, 327||Memorial Park Recreation Center, 1950B S. Valley Parkway||[Map]|
If You Don't Have your Voter CardYou can find your precinct by looking at the map. Click the map to the right to find your precinct. Bring a valid Texas Driver's License or ID card, Passport or other government issued ID showing your address and identification. You must be a registered voter, and you must have registered 30 days prior to the election
What You are Voting On
Only two things: City Council Seats and a Texas Constitutional Amendment, described in detail in this post.
Lewisville City Council Candidates
At-large places 4 and 5 are on the ballot but unopposed. These seats will be held by Dean Ueckert and Rudy Durham.
At-large place 3 has 5 candidates, and all citizens of Lewisville are eligible to vote for one of them.
How You Should Vote
That's up to you. You should read each of the candidates' qualifications, interviews, and questionnaires and take the time to think about how they would affect the future of our city. Think about their motivations for running, and whether they've proven themselves worthy and sincere in their actions. I have more thoughts here. And Here.