Democratic Primary Runoff – May 24, 2022
Last Day to Register to Vote
Last Day to Apply to Vote by Mail
Early Voting Period
|Monday, April 25||Friday, May 13||Monday, May 16 – Friday, May 20||Tuesday, May 24|
On Tuesday, May 24, 2022, Texas will hold statewide, partisan primary runoff elections. Every registered voter in the state is eligible to vote, but must select a party’s election to vote in. You can do this at the polling place — there is no pre-registration with a party needed.
Where can I vote?
Use our polling place lookup tool to find your closest polling place! (It will be available at the top of this page right around the start of early voting.) We recommend finding a place to vote a day or two before you plan to go. Polling place information may not be published until closer to the election.
Please call 844-TX-VOTES if you need help finding where to go vote.
Someone told me I’m not able to vote.
Call 844-TX-VOTES (898-6837). Our Voter Assistance Hotline is here to help.
I didn’t vote in the March Primary. Can I still vote?
Yes! If you didn’t vote in the March Primary, you are still able to vote in the primary runoff — you will be asked to select a party’s ballot and be able to vote a regular ballot.
I voted in the March Primary, but can I vote on the other party’s ballot for the runoff?
Unfortunately, if you voted in the March Primary, you will have to vote on that same party’s ballot for the runoff (e.g., someone who voted Democrat in March cannot vote on the Republican ballot for the May Runoff).
We don’t have to accept a dark and discriminatory vision for America. We can vote for equality, justice, and a fair shot for all.