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27 May

Primary Runoff Election

For the Primary Runoff Election voters will vote in one of the two political party elections. If a voter voted in the primary election, the voter must vote in the same political party runoff election. If a voter did not vote in the primary election, the voter may still vote in the runoff election and for the party of their choice. Early Voting begins May 19 and ends on May 23. During early voting, you may vote at any polling location in your county. Check for Early Voting times and locations on your county voter registrar website.

Frequently Asked Questions
28 Apr

Last Day to Register

5 day(s) left

19 May

Early Voting Begins

26 day(s) left

23 May

Early Voting Ends

30 day(s) left

Don´t have a photo ID for voting? Election Identification Certificates are available from DPS driver license offices during regular business hours, on Saturdays at select locations, and at EIC mobile stations traveling throughout the state. Find mobile station locations here.