Denton City Council 2020 Runoffs: Environmental Voter Guide



After a historic turnout in Early Voting and on Election Day, three City Council seats, including the Mayor, are heading for a December 8 runoff election, with early voting beginning November 23. Make sure to get out and vote in the runoff so we continue this incredible streak of voting in Denton!

Click the buttons below to see our voter guide for each race and find out where the candidates stand on environmental issues.

The following survey was created by Texas Campaign for the Environment and Denton Conservation Alliance for the purpose of nonpartisan voter education on local environmental issues. The survey was distributed to all 2020 Denton City Council and Mayoral Candidates. Candidate responses are organized by district/place.


Candidate Survey Responses (By District/Place):


    Mayor             Place 6          District 2

Mail Ballots: A Note for College Students and Out-of-Town Residents

If you’re a college student in Denton, there’s a good chance you might be out of town for this election. If you’re a student or resident who will be out of town, make sure the Denton County Elections Office receives your application for a mail-in ballot by November 25th. Download the application for a mail-in ballot here. The address to submit your application and more information on the process can be found at the county’s vote-by-mail page.

Voter Information:

  • Places 6 and Mayor are citywide elections. For District 2, voting is restricted to registered voters living within the respective districts. You can find your district here.
  • Early Voting begins on November 23. Once announced, you’ll find Early Voting locations on the county elections website.
  • Election Day is December 8. Find Polling Locations here.
  • For additional election information, including voter registration, voter ID requirements, and precinct information, please visit the Denton County Elections website at

Voting Locations and Times: