Your Source for Local and State Election Information

The Greater Irving-Las Chamber of Commerce, through its political action committee, the Committee to Inform Voters on Business Issues (CIVBI), has launched VoteForIrving.com as a non-partisan, non-endorsing source of information to connect voters with candidates in their upcoming local elections.

Local elections matter. They determine who represents you, your business, and your workforce when it comes to issues that matter greatly to all of us. From leadership for your children’s school district to tax rates, public works and services provided by the city, to statewide issues like funding for new roads, water, and economic development, these elections and the candidates in them have the ability to make a big impact on your day-to-day life. We encourage you to watch these snapshot videos and get to know your candidates better so you can make your own informed choice on Election Day.

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LOCAL ELECTIONS

Learn more about the current local representatives in the Irving area. Positions on the include City Council and Independent School District.


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STATE ELECTIONS

Learn more about the Irving-area candidates running for the Texas State House of Representatives. Positions on the ballot include House District 103, House District 105, and House District 115. Election Day is 11/2/2021.

Meet the Candidates

VOTER RESOURCES

Election resources including the impact of COVID-19, election dates, voter registration information, legislative advocacy initiatives, and contact information for the Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce.

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LEGISLATIVE PRIORITIES

Public policy significantly impacts businesses and their ability to operate. From transportation initiatives to workforce funding to tax law, legislation influences the competitiveness and profitability of our businesses. The Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce uses an integrated approach to develop our policy positions and then proactively advocates. Our culture of collaboration has been vital to addressing challenges in an increasingly competitive global economy.
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IMPORTANT ELECTION DATES

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many elections dates have been postponed. These dates, along with polling places and voting requirements, will be posted here in accordance with the Dallas County Elections office. Sign up for email updates or follow the Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter for the most current election information.

Last Day to Register to Vote in General Election: October 4, 2021
Early Voting: October 18 – October 29, 2021
General Election Day: November 2, 2021

About the Committee to Inform Voters on Business Issues

The Committee to Inform Voters on Business Issues (CIVBI) is a Texas General Purpose Political Action Committee (GPAC) and a 501(c)(3). The Irving-Las Chamber of Commerce manages the administration of CIVBI under the direction of the CIVBI Board of Directors. CIVBI supports issue ballot initiatives of importance to Irving-Las Colinas business-industry including state propositions for water and transportation funding and city bond elections. CIVBI is not affiliated with any political party and does not endorse or support candidates for any level of elected office. Vote for Irving is meant to serve as an information-only resource for voters to better understand who is running for local and state offices in their area. Additional information on CIVBI can be found here.