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Get to know the runoff candidates

Teach the Vote
Teach the Vote

Date Posted: 4/11/2014 | Author: Jennifer Mitchell, CAE

Several important primary runoffs will be decided in late May. If you did not vote at all in the March 4 primary, you can vote in either the Republican or Democratic party runoff. If you voted in a specific party's primary during the March 4 election, then you can only vote in that same party's runoff in May; you cannot switch parties for the runoff alone. Before you vote, get to know the candidates who made it to a runoff by viewing their profiles on Teach the Vote. SBOE

Senate House of Representatives Stay tuned to Teach the Vote for more election information as the runoff election date approaches. We'll soon be featuring profiles of the candidates for Texas Governor and Lieutenant Governor, where there is also a runoff on the Republican side between incumbent David Dewhurst and challenger Dan Patrick. For a discussion of all of the statewide runoffs that will be on the May 27 ballot, visit the Texas Tribune.


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