Board Election Information

The Melissa Schools Board of Trustees Election Information page is provided for introductory, informational purposes only and is not intended to be fully inclusive of all state law and local policy as it pertains to eligibility and filing requirements for the office of Trustee.

While we hope you will find the information provided here useful as a general overview and starting point, please be advised that Melissa Schools encourages all potential candidates to seek independent council in regard to eligibility and filing requirements.

May 2019 Election

Melissa ISD canceled the election scheduled for May 4, 2019 in accordance with Section 2.053(a) of the Texas Election Code. The following candidates have been certified as unopposed and are hereby elected as follows: Bruce Minchey, Place 6; Paul Anderson, Place 7.

Order of Cancellation – May 2019 Board Election

Notice of Deadline to File Applications for Place on the Ballot – May 2019 Board Election

Dates to Remember

  • Wednesday, Jan. 16: First day to file application for a place on the ballot
  • Friday, Feb. 15: Deadline to order the May general election and last day to file an application for a place on the ballot
  • Tuesday, Feb. 19: Deadline to file declaration of write-in candidacy
  • Thursday, April 4: Last day to register to vote or make a change of address effective for the May election
  • Thursday, April 4 – Monday, April 15: Notice of Election is published
  • Monday, April 22 – Tuesday, April 30: Early Voting
  • Saturday, May 4: Election Day

Voter Registration

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Board of Trustee Election?

The Melissa Schools Board of Trustees consists of seven members serving terms of three years, with an election held annually. One-third of the terms, or as close to one-third as possible, expires each year. The body of state and local policy that pertains most directly to the Board of Trustees consists of 24 sections. For complete access to those governing policies, please click here.

Who is eligible for candidacy?

To be eligible for candidacy for the office of Trustee, elected or appointed, an individual must:

  • Be a United States citizen;
  • Be 18 years of age or older
  • Have not been determined to be totally or partially mentally incapacitated;
  • Have not been convicted of a felony; and
  • Meet state and local residency requirements outlined in state and local policy.
  • Be registered to vote.

For complete access to the state and local policies that govern eligibility, please click here.

Where can I find additional election information and resources?

  • For answers to questions on financial reporting or ethics, you may contact the Texas Ethics Commission at 1-800-325-8506 or visit their website at
  • Information regarding elections can be found on the Secretary of State’s website at
  • For local assistance, please contact Sarah Dezern at 972-837-2411 or

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