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How do you impact the future? How can you shape direction? How do you guide decisions? All three questions can be answered with one word—vote.

Voting is one of the most important rights maintained as American citizens. It is an opportunity that past and present generations have fought to preserve. Exercising that privilege is a guaranteed way to ensure your voice is heard in governmental matters. But you have to be a registered voter to participate in the process.
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Election Day

The election is just weeks away, and Americans have the wonderful responsibility to choose individuals who represent them in political office. We all have a civic duty to make our voices heard. Election Day provides us all the opportunity to say where our taxes go and how our state, and country, are run. Voting for a person who represents shared visions and goals is an opportunity to become part of the process.

Important Upcoming Dates

Don’t miss dates

Casting your ballot is simple but you must register before arriving at the polls. A few clicks of the mouse are all it takes but cutoff dates are looming:

October 9

Voter Registration Deadline
Register to Vote

Oct. 22 – Nov. 2

Early Voting Dates
Early Voting Info

November 6

Election Day
Election Day Info


Richardson ISD school board members support the culture of voting. It establishes a charge for increased awareness amongst staff, students, families and our communities with regard to voting importance, voting locations, and candidates' stance on public education.

Become more familiar with the state of public education today. Formulate your own viewpoints. Register to vote and help shape tomorrow.