Vote in Tuesday's Republican Primary Runoff Election

May 21, 2018

This Tuesday, May 22nd, is Election Day for the Republican Primary Runoff Election. Polls will be open from 7AM to 7PM. Any registered voter may participate in the Republican Primary Runoff Election—even if you didn’t vote in the regular Republican March Primary—as long as you did not vote in the March Democratic Primary Election.

Here are the races in Harris County that are included in this runoff:

  • United States Representative, District 2
  • United States Representative, District 29
  • District Judge, 295th Judicial District
  • Justice of the Peace, Precinct 5, Place 2

Regardless of where you live in Harris County, you are eligible to vote in at least one of these races.

In this critical election year, turnout is more important than ever before. Once this runoff is concluded, we will have our Republican Team locked in place for the General Election in November and—with your help—will fight to keep District 138Harris County, and the great State of Texas in Republican hands.

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“Since his initial election to the State House, Representative Bohac has been a tireless supporter of Spring Branch ISD. He has worked hard to increase funding for our schools, including his strong support of the bill that provided pay increases for our staff in the last legislative session. Representative Bohac has also worked closely with our district to obtain support and passage of our initiatives to eliminate Robin Hood and to provide additional funding for high quality pre-K.”

Mike Falick, Former SBISD School Board Member, Former President

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