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The first couple of days of early voting in the runoff election for district 5 saw 166 people cast ballots. In addition with 345 ballots mailed there have been 247 returned or over 70%. We would like to see a lot more people participate in the runoff election. It is certainly important to the candidates and should be important to the citizens of district 5.

Early Voting in Person will continue Wednesday - June 5th (8 am to 5 pm), Thursday - June 6th (8 am to 5 pm), Friday - June 7th (7 am to 7 pm), Monday - June 10th (8 am to 5 pm) and Tuesday - June 11th (7 am to 7 pm).

Early Voting by Mail applications must be delivered (by mail or contract carrier) no later than 5 pm on Friday, June 7th. Only eligible voters may receive a ballot in the mail. The qualifications are one or more of the following; 65 years of age or older, a disability which prevents you from entering a polling location, confined in jail but not finally convicted of a felony, absent from the county during early voting in person and on Election Day. You can download an application at our website under Mail Ballot.

Election Day is Saturday - June 15th. Polls will be open from 7 am to 7 pm in election precinct polling locations in district 5. These include; 1-Hopkins Academy, 2-Victoria County Courthouse, 3-Trinity Episcopal Church, 4-Patti Welder Middle School, 5-Crain Elementary School, 7-O'Connor Elementary School, 8-Shields Elementary School, 9-National Guard Armory, 32-Victoria ISD Administration Building, 34-Dudley Magnet School, and 35-FW Gross Montessori School.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Elections Office at 576-0124 or