AUSTIN, TX — Today, June 10, is the last day for early voting for upcoming runoff elections in July.
The state will stage runoff elections on July 14 to determine the Democratic and Republican primary candidates whose names will appear on the general election ballot in November. More than 30 races in the March 3 primary yielded no clear winner — which is to say no candidate secured more than 50 percent of the vote — which created the need for runoff elections between those garnering first and second place in terms of cast ballots.
This year's primary runoffs originally were scheduled to occur on May 26 before being postponed to July 14 as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Early voting began on June 29.
For candidate listing information and polling locations, visit the website for the Texas Secretary of State. The office of the Texas Secretary of State offers guidance related to acceptable forms of identification to vote:
Acceptable Forms of Identification (PDF) Notice of Acceptable Identification Poster (English)
8.5x14 (PDF) | 11x17 (PDF) | 24x36 (PDF) Notice of Acceptable Identification Poster (Spanish)
8.5x14 (PDF) | 11x17 (PDF) | 24x36 (PDF) Ready. Check. Vote. Information Card (English (PDF) | Spanish (PDF))Forms