Runoff election is Tuesday, May 24

Tuesday, May 24, 7 a.m. - 7 p.m., is your last chance to help Democrats choose their nominees on the November ballot. Election Day for the primary runoff is unlike early voting in that you may no longer vote at any location in the county; you may vote only where your precinct is scheduled to vote. Because expected turnout is low, the Democratic Party has consolidated multiple precincts in one location, often at the closest early voting location, but not necessarily. Before going to the polls, check harrisvotes.com to see your sample ballot and your precinct polling location.

National delegate selection process announced

Glen Maxey, executive director for the Texas Democratic Party, has announced how senate districts will select their representatives to the Democratic National Convention in Baltimore. To ensure a transparent and inclusive experience at our upcoming state convention, we want to make sure all candidates for national delegate understand how elections will take place for the four Senate District 11 national delegates who will be elected June 17 at the state Democratic convention. Plans are tentative and subject to change, but notification of any changes will be timely.

BAND endorses May 24 Primary runoff candidates

At the April 13 Bay Area New Democrats meeting, the club voted to endorse several candidates in the Tuesday, May 24 Democratic Primary runoff. The candidate screening committee recommended the candidates found to be most qualified. Most, but not all, will appear on the ballots in area precincts. The endorsed candidates are:
Texas Railroad Commissioner - Cody Garrett
District Judge, 61st Judicial District - Julie Countiss
District Judge, 111th Judicial District - Kristen Hawkins
District Judge, 215th Judicial District - JoAnn Storey

Runoff election is Tuesday, May 24 at different polling places

Democratic voters in the area will return to the polls for the primary runoff in each still-contested race for the party nomination on Tuesday, May 24. Please see harrisvotes.com to find your Election Day polling place. Sites used for early voting will be used again on May 24 but not in the same way. Usually, during early voting, voters can cast ballots at any early voting site within the county. While those sites will be in use again, voters will have to go only where their precincts are consolidated, usually at the closest spot used for early voting, but not necessarily.

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