Vote Early in the Texas Primary Runoff Election! June 29 - July 10, 2020
Voters in the Texas Primaries decide who will run for office in the General Election in November!
Voting early is easy!
- Early Voting is offered before each election.
- Registered voters may vote early in person at any early voting location in their county.
- Your County Election website has polling locations, dates, times and sample ballots.
Use the League's nonpartisan Voters Guide to see the races and issues on your ballot.
- The 2020 Texas Primary Election Runoff Voters English
- El Guia de Elecciones Primarias de Texas 2020 en Espanol
- Your own personal Voters Guide is online at VOTE411.org
- At VOTE411.org print your personal ballot or print find a sample ballot on your county election website to take to the polls! (no phones are allowed in the polling booth!)
Sign up for voting and election reminders
How to vote a limited ballot during early voting!
During early voting, a registered voter who has moved from the county in which he or she is registered to a new county of residence in Texas, and who will not be registered to vote in the new county before election day, may be eligible to vote a “limited ballot." A limited ballot allows you to vote on candidates common to both counties.
Voters may request more voting hours!
Note: Counties with less than 100,000 population are not required to provide weekend hours or extended hours for early voting, but voters may request more voting hours.
- Find current early voting hours and days on your county website!
- Ask 15 other concerned citizens to sign onto a request for Saturday or Sunday hours
- Or to sign onto a request for extended weekday hours
- Share the petition with your County Early Voting Clerk
- Be sure to submit the petition in time for the county to post a notice at least 5 days before the extended hours will begin.
Actions to take if your county is not providing sufficient early voting locations or hours
- Let us know at Texas Election Protection (866- 687-8683) of extremely long lines or any problems at the polls.
- Email and call your county election administrator
- Email (elections [at] sos.texas.gov) and call the Secretary of State's office 1.800.252.8683
- Take photos and contact the local media
What polling place safety measures will be in place?
Call us if you have any voting questions or concerns?
- 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683) English
- 888-Ve-Y-Vota (839-8682) Spanish
- 888-API-VOTE (888-274-8683) English, Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean, Vietnamese, Bengali, Urdu, Hindi, and Tagalog
- 844-YALLA-US (844-925-5287) Arabic
- 301-818-VOTE (301-818-8683) American Sign Language (video call)
- 888-796-VOTE Disability Rights Texas
The League of Women Voters of Texas fights for your right to vote!