Tom Green County will hold three primary runoff elections Tuesday, May 24.
Here's a look at the races and other information voters need to know:
• The runoff for Tom Green County Judge is between Lane Carter and Todd Kolls. Carter had 35% of the votes in the March primary, while Kolls had 32%, as they separated themselves from the other two candidates, Joe Hyde and Tommy Usery.
• The race for County Commissioner Precinct 4, which had six candidates, is down to Shawn Nanny and Bill Ford. Nanny had 26% of the votes in the March primary, while Ford had 25%. The other candidates included Lori Wilson, Dustin Barton, Coco Simpson and Derrick Garnett.
• The other runoff is between Ron Perry and Stacye Speck for Justice Of The Peace Precinct 3. Perry garnered 47% of the votes in March, and Speck had 44%, as they outdistanced the other candidate, Martha Muro.
Candidates were required to receive 50.1% of the votes to avoid a runoff. The other five contested county races met that threshold, while six other offices went to candidates who ran unopposed.
Election Day voting hours, locations
Voting will be available from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at these locations Tuesday, May 24:
Angelo Bible Church, 3506 Sherwood Way, Lobby
Belmore Baptist Church, 1214 S. Bell St., Fellowship Hall
Calvary Baptist Church, 2401 Armstrong St., Fellowship Center
Christoval Community Center, 20022 Main St., Christoval
Concho Valley Transit District (Bus Depot), 506 N. Chadbourne St., Annex Building
SAF First Assembly of God Church, 1442 Edmund Blvd., Fellowship Hall
Grape Creek ISD, 8207 US Highway 87 North, Gene Marsh Board Room
Keating Paint & Body, 5050 N. Chadbourne St., Reception Area
Paulann Baptist Church, 2531 Smith Blvd., The Chapel
Oak Grove Senior Apartments, 4359 Oak Grove Blvd., Multi-purpose Room
Southgate Church of Christ, 528 Country Club Rd., Fellowship Hall
Southside Recreation Center 2750 Ben Ficklin Rd., Multi-purpose Room
St. Ambrose Catholic Church, 8602 Loop 570, Wall, Fellowship Hall
MHMR Services for the Concho Valley, Admin. Bldg., 1501 W. Beauregard Ave., Jack Ray Room
Veribest Baptist Church, 50 FM 2334, Veribest, Fellowship Hall
Wesley United Trinity Methodist Church, 301 West 18th St., Fellowship Hall
TXDOT, 4502 Knickerbocker Rd., Bldg. E, Training Room
St. Mark Presbyterian Church 2506 Johnson Ave., Fellowship Hall
Am I registered to vote?
You can check if you're registered to vote at the Texas Secretary of State website at teamrv-mvp.sos.texas.gov/MVP/mvp.do. Note the site will ask to verify information such as name, date of birth, and county of residence.
Who won in the Tom Green County March primary election?
• County Court at Law No. 2: Andrew Graves, who gained 5,368 total votes for 50.56%, just ahead of Leland Lacy's 5,250.
• County Clerk: Christina Ubando, who earned 6,086 total votes for 63.53%. Lupe Gomez had 3,439 total votes.
• Justice of the Peace Precinct 1: Incumbent Susan Werner had 940 total votes for landslide 75.68%. Levi Vance had 302 total votes.
• Justice of the Peace Precinct 2: Tom Daniel took the lead with 1,871 total votes for 52.70%, pulling slightly ahead of Chris Duerstine's total of 1,674.
• Democratic Party County Chairperson: Mercedes dela Cruz won by a landslide with 1,177 total votes for 76.73%. Michael LePak, Sr. had 357 total votes.
• County Chairman: Bruce Burkett
• County Court at Law No. 1: Ben Nolen
• District Clerk: Anthony Monico
• County Treasurer: Dianna M. Spieker
• County Commissioner Precinct 2: Sammy Farmer
• Justice Of The Peace Precinct 4: Eddie Howard
This article originally appeared on San Angelo Standard-Times: What to know about Tom Green County's primary runoff elections