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Vote centers for Primary Runoff Election on May 22

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The Republican and Democratic Parties for the County of Victoria are holding a joint Primary Runoff Election on Tuesday, May 22, 2018. Thirty-five polling locations will open as Vote Centers for this election. A Vote Center allows any registered voter of Victoria County to cast their ballot at any polling location. Polls will be open from 7 am to 7 pm. Voters must present an approved Photo ID when requesting to vote.

This election is a party election and Texas operates a closed primary. Voters who participated in the March Primary will vote in the same party’s runoff. Those who did not participate in the primary may vote in either party’s runoff.

The Republican ballot presents the runoff candidates for United States Representative, District 27.

The Democratic ballot offers runoff candidates for United States Representative, District 27 and for the nominee for Governor.

The winners of the runoff will join the winners from the primary on the November General Election ballot.

Acceptable forms of Photo ID are:

* Texas Driver’s License issued by Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS)

* Texas Personal Identification issued by DPS

* Texas Election Identification Certificate issued by DPS

* Texas Handgun License issued by DPS

* Photo Identifications issued by US Department of Defense including military, contractor and veteran’s ID’s

* US Passport issued by Homeland Security

* Citizenship or Naturalization Certificates (with photo) issued by US Department of Immigration & Naturalization

Vote Centers opening for the primary runoff election are:

* Hopkins Elementary

* Victoria County Courthouse

* Trinity Episcopal Church

* Patti Welder Middle School

* Crain Elementary

* Family Worship Center

* O’Connor Elementary

* Shields Elementary

* CRT Flooring Concepts

* Victoria Fine Arts Center Annex

* Prct 4 Portable Building (J-2 Ranch Road)

* Placedo VFD

* Water Control & Improvement Dist. No. 1 Office

* Guadalupe Elementary

* Nelson/Buchholz Residence (Old San Antonio River Road)

* Howell Middle School

* Aloe Elementary

* Smith Elementary

* Creager Residence

* Vickers Elementary

* Mission Valley VFD

* Precinct No. 2 Service Center

* Grace Memory Chapel

* Rowland Elementary

* Telferner Methodist Church

* Inez VFD

* Wm Wood Elementary

* DeLeon Elementary

* Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church

* Tanglewood Clubhouse

* Victoria ISD Administration Bldg

* Holy Family Catholic Church

* Dudley Elementary

* FW Gross Elementary

* Pattie Dodson Public Health Center

If you need additional information you may contact the Elections Office at (361) 576-0124 or through elections@vctx.org or by coming by the office at 2805 N. Navarro in the Pattie Dodson Public Health Center.

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