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Primary Election Runoff
(NOTE: It's not too late! If you did not vote in the primary, you can still vote in whichever party's primary runoff you desire. However, if you did vote in the primary, you must vote in the same party's runoff as you did in the primary. You cannot switch to the other party's primary until the next primary election cycle.)
Last day to register to vote: April 23
Early voting: May 14 – May 18
Election day: May 22
Click here to watch Texas Impact's primary voting video
Get ready to vote!
- Check your voter registration and find your polling locations here.
- Find out what forms of ID are accepted, and what to bring if you don’t have one of the types of photo ID.
- Review and take notes on candidate endorsements (you may not bring your phone into the voting booth, so take good notes!)
Texas Impact's Endorsements Guide charts endorsements from many orgs across the political spectrum in statewide and ALL #txlege races
- Use your research to print and fill out a copy of your sample ballot from the League of Women Voters (the ballot is long and this will save time in at the voting booth)
- Gather your friends, family, and some brand-new voters, like high school students and new Texans for a carpool to GO VOTE! When you’re done, tag @TXImpact with a photo of your I VOTED sticker on Twitter and the hashtag #BeATexasVoter
- Click here to watch Texas Impact General Counsel Joshua Houston explain why voting in the primary matters