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Voting and Civic Engagement

Northwest ISD is striving to build a culture of engagement, including a culture of voting. The Northwest ISD Board of Trustees adopted a resolution to create and support a culture of voting in 2017, and we continue those efforts today as we strive to achieve District Goal 3. We encourage our students, staff, families, and community members to actively engage in the community and exercise their right to vote. 

Current Election Information

NOVEMBER 5, 2024 – PRESIDENTIAL AND GENERAL ELECTIONS

VOTER REGISTRATION DEADLINE: OCTOBER 7

EARLY VOTING DATES: OCTOBER 21 – NOVEMBER 1

ELECTION DAY: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5

Federal, state, and local races will be held on the November uniform election date - November 5, 2024. The election will include the Office of President, U.S. Senate and House races, Texas State Senate and Texas House of Representatives, and more. Do your research, make a plan, and let your voice be heard.

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Denton County

Registered Denton County voters can vote at any Denton County polling site during Early Voting but must vote at their designated precinct on Election Day.

Tarrant County

Tarrant County operates Vote Centers. Registered voters can vote at any Tarrant County polling site during Early Voting or Election Day.

Wise County

Registered Wise County voters must vote at their designated precinct polling location during Early Voting and on Election Day.

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