Election Information

Election Information

 

Upcoming NISD Board of Trustees Election - May 2, 2020

Board Service

Northwest ISD Board Members are elected to three-year terms of office. On a 2-2-3 rotating basis, board seats are filled during the elections held in May. All board members are elected at-large, representing the entire district.

Filing Period

Northwest ISD will hold a General Election on May 2, 2020. An application for place on the ballot must be filed with the Elections Administrator located at the Northwest ISD Administration Building, 2001 Texan Drive, Justin, beginning Wednesday, January 15, 2020 and ending at 5 p.m. on Friday, February 14, 2020. Northwest ISD residents interested in running for School Board may pick up a packet at the Northwest ISD Administration Building, beginning January 15.

Candidate Requirements

Candidates to the Board of Trustees must conform to the requirements of the Texas Education Code. Current state law requires a candidate for trustee of an independent school district to be a qualified voter by the time required by Election Code Section 141.001. For Texas Secretary of State candidate information, click here

 


 

For more information, contact:

Angela Scott
NISD Elections Coordinator
PO Box 77070
Fort Worth, TX 76177
ascott@nisdtx.org
817.698.1088

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Northwest ISD encourages all residents to become registered voters and to stay informed about school district and community issues.

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Register to Vote

If you have recently moved, please remember to register to vote at least 30 days before the next election date. Registration is simple, so don’t miss your chance to exercise your right to vote. The voter registration application can be found online here and is often available at many post offices, libraries, and Texas Department of Public Safety offices.

Photo Requirement for Voting:
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Culture of Voting

The NISD School Board approved the Texas Association of School Boards Culture of Voting Resolution, which encourages educators, students and community members to exercise their rights to vote. Potential voters can obtain registration materials and resources at www.votetexas.gov, where current voters can also gather materials to update their information.