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The City of Lucas will hold its General and Special Election on November 3, 2020.  The General Election will include City Council Seats 1 and 2.  The Special Election will have on the ballot renewal of the existing 1/2% sales tax dedicated towards street maintenance.

The table below outlines the candidates who have officially filed for a place on the November 3, 2020 General Election Ballot and their applications have been accepted and approved by the City Secretary's office:

City Council Seat 1City Council Seat 2
Tim JohnsonTim Baney
Wayne Millsap(Running Unopposed)


There are two propositions on the ballot for November 3.

Proposition A - Street Maintenance Sales Tax Renewal 

Proposes the renewal of the City’s .50% street maintenance sales tax dedication.  Sales tax is levied by the City on all goods sold within the city limits.  The City has adopted a dedicated purpose sales tax that allocates .50% of the 2% sales tax collected for street maintenance.  These dedicated funds will be spent to repair and maintain existing city streets.  This dedicated revenue source for street maintenance will discontinue in December 2020 unless approved by the voters.

Proposition B - Broadband Project Bond

Proposes the issuance of a general obligation bond in the amount of $19,190,000 to create a City of Lucas fiber optic broadband utility system to deliver citywide broadband internet service.  IF funding for the broadband project is approved by the voters, the project is proposed to operate on a individual subscription basis giving residents the option to choose this as their internet service. 


City of Lucas
City of Lucas/Lovejoy ISD
City of Lucas/Allen ISD
City of Lucas/Princeton ISD
City of Lucas/Wylie ISD

McKinney ISD and Plano ISD have no items on the ballot for November 3, 2020.


Lucas Community Center
665 Country Club Road
Lucas, Texas 75002


October 5Last day to register to vote
October 23Deadline for application by mail for ballot (received, not postmarked)
October 13 - 30Early voting conducted during this time
November 3Election Day

EARLY VOTING/ELECTION DAY VOTING TIMES: On July 27, 2020 Governor Abbott extended Early Voting to begin on October 13

Tuesday, October 13 - Friday, October 168 am - 5 pm
Saturday, October 177 am - 7 pm
Sunday, October 181 pm - 6 pm
Monday, October 19 - Friday, October 237 am - 7 pm
Saturday, October 247 am - 7 pm
Sunday, October 251 pm - 6 pm
Monday, October 26 - Friday, October 307 am - 7 pm




Acceptable Forms of ID for Voting in Person:

  • Texas Drivers License issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety
  • Texas Election Identification Certificate issued by Department of Public Safety
  • Texas personal identification card issued by Department of Public Safety
  • Texas license to carry a handgun issued by Department of Public Safety
  • United States military identification card containing the person's photograph
  • United States citizenship certificate containing the person's photograph
  • United States Passport

Voters who do not possess and cannot reasonably obtain one of these forms of approved photo ID listed above have additional options at the polls.  You may visit the Collin County Elections website for further information.

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