Do you know that we have an election coming up in July, even before the November presidential election?
This is the right time for you to decide how you will cast your vote on Tuesday July 14, 2020.
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the primary run off elections, which were originally scheduled for May 26th, have been rescheduled for Tuesday July 14, 2020. If you voted in the primary election on March 3, you must vote in the same party during this upcoming July election.
If you missed the primary in March, you can still vote now.
Where can I vote?
Because of the pandemic, you have more voting opportunities that normal.
- Of course, you can vote in person on primary runoff election day: Tuesday, July 14, 2020.
- You can vote early. The early voting period has been doubled, and will be from June 29, to July 10.
- You may also be eligible to vote by mail.
Anyone over 65, can vote by mail.
If you are disabled, you can also vote by mail.
If you are going to be out of the county during the early voting period
and on July 14, you can vote by mail.
If you are voting in person in Harris County, either during early voting or on Tuesday, July 14, 2020, you are no longer restricted an assigned voting location and may vote at any voting location in the county.
When do I have to act?
Here are some helpful links and dates.
If you're eligible to vote by mail, request a ballot and submit it by July 2, 2020.
1. Start by printing out a application request form, which can be
2. In Harris county you can deliver it by mail to:
County Clerk Chris Hollins,
1001 Preston, Houston, TX, 77002
*If you do not live in Harris county, you can find your county's contact
3. Once you receive your ballot in the mail, you must mail it and have it
postmarked by 7:00 p.m on July 14.
To find out who is on your ballot for the primary runoff election, you can enter your address
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