Election Administration

Randall County Election Administration has received approval from the Secretary of State’s office to use Vote Centers for all Randall County elections. Any registered voter in Randall County may vote at any of the locations provided. All Vote Centers will be open Election Day from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Joint Primary Runoff Elections

Randall County Election Administration will be conducting a Joint Primary Runoff Election for the Democratic and Republican Parties on Tuesday July 14, 2020.

Your voter registration is NOT affiliated with a party. If you choose to vote in a Primary you will be asked to select which ballot that you would like to vote. The Democratic and Republican ballots are not the same. The Democratic candidates will only appear on the Democratic Primary Ballot and the Republican candidates will only appear on the Republican Primary Ballot. The Parties use the Primary elections to nominate their candidates. The winner is the candidate that will appear on the November General Election Ballot.

Anyone can vote in a Runoff Election. Voting in a Primary is NOT a requirement to be eligible to vote in the Runoff, however, you may not change your party preference during this period. For example, if you voted in the Democratic Primary you are not eligible to vote in the Republican Runoff , only the Democratic Runoff.

The Libertarian and Green Party, nominated by convention, and the Independent candidates will only appear on the November 3, 2020 ballot per Texas Election Code.

Unofficial Joint Primary Runoff Election Results

Early Voting

Early Voting in person is June 29, 2020 through July 10, 2020.

There will be NO VOTING on Friday July 3 or Saturday July 4 at any location in observance of Independence Day.

Early Voting Daily Totals

Early Voting Roster

Early Voting Schedule

Last Day to Register

The last day to register to vote or make changes to existing registration is Monday, June 15, 2020.

Ballot by Mail

Ballot by mail applications must be received by July 1, 2020. The applications for ballot by mail may be emailed to the Election Administrator or faxed to 806-468-5634. The original hard copy must still be mailed and received in this office within 4 days of electronic submission.

Voting & Election Information