Your guide to voting in Texas’ May 24 primary runoff election

Early voting begins Monday and runs through Friday. Mail-in ballots must be returned by May 24.

By María Méndez and Alexa Ura, The Texas TribuneMay 16, 2022 10:12 am,

From The Texas Tribune:

What do I need to know about mail-in voting?

How do I know if I’m eligible to vote by mail?

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What do I need to know about going to the polls?

How does primary voting work?

Curbside voting: You can also contact your county elections office to determine if you’re eligible for curbside voting, which must be made available at every polling place. Some counties have designated parking spots for curbside voters, while others use a doorbell-like system so poll workers know to bring out a portable voting machine.

What dates do I need to know?

Early voting in person runs from May 16-20.

By when do I need to mail my ballot?

What’s on the ballot?

Voters will make the final call in Democratic and Republican primary races that were left undecided after the March 1 election.

Voters may also see runoff elections for representatives for their districts in the Texas House, Texas Senate, State Board of Education and Congress.

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