Collin County residents planning to vote in the May 4 election need to register by Thursday, April 4.
The election this year drew enough interest from hopefuls that both city council and school board races are contested.
For the city council ballot, voters will choose between incumbent Councilmember Todd Rolen and candidate Dwain Mathers for Place 5. For Place 1, incumbent Craig Overstreet is running unopposed. In Place 3, candidate Jim Hemby, who previously served on Farmersville Independent School District Board of Trustees, is running unopposed and seeking election.
For school board places, Tommy Monk and David Ketcher are running for Place 5, an open seat previously held by Glenn McClain.
In Place 6, Brian Brazil is seeking election for a seat previously held by Kenneth Roose who is not seeking reelection.
Jason McTee is running for Place 7, a seat previously held by incumbent Jeff Hurst who is not running again.
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