Voting in the primary runoff elections?

Posted on 05/13/24

AARP Texas interviews the state's elections director about the upcoming May 28 primary runoff elections.

The primary election has passed and multiple races around Texas are now heading to a runoff election on May 28. But not everyone gets to vote. Watch this video for the election information you need as AARP Texas State Director Tina Tran interviews Christina Adkins, Elections Director from the Secretary of State’s office.
 
Texas Primary Runoff Election
In Texas, a runoff election is held for races in which no candidate has received more than half the total votes (50 percent plus one vote). In the upcoming primary runoff elections, voters will determine which candidate will represent their party in the November 5 General Election.

Key Dates for the Primary Runoff Elections
Last day to apply for a ballot by mail:
Friday, May 17
Early voting:
Monday, May 20 to Friday, May 24
Election Day:
Tuesday, May 28

Find election information at aarp.org/txvotes
AARP Texas is committed to providing trusted, up-to-date information on when, where and how to vote in the 2024 elections so Americans can make their voices heard. Visit www.aarp.org/txvotes throughout 2024 for reliable voting information.

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