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July 31st, 2012
Election 2012: Where to vote today (primary runoffs)


Republican voters statewide will decide the winner of a pitched battle for U.S. Senate between Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst and former Texas Solicitor General Ted Cruz. Democrats meanwhile will settle a runoff in their own U.S. Senate race — former State Rep. Paul Sadler is running against Grady Yarbrough, a little-known East Texan who managed to hold Sadler below 50 percent in the May primary.

Closer to home, Republican voters will also settle three important races:

  • 22nd State District Judge: Assistant Texas attorney general David Glickler of Buda is running against former New Braunfels Mayor Bruce Boyer.
  • State Senate: Incumbent Jeff Wentworth is in a heated race to keep his seat against emergency room physician Donna Campbell.
  • U.S. Congress – Texas 25: Weatherford car dealer Roger Williams is running against retired army Lt. Col. Wes Riddle for a congressional seat that stretches across more than a dozen counties from western Hays northward to Fort Worth.

You can download a sample Republican Party ballot here and the Democratic Party ballot here.

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One thought on “Election 2012: Where to vote today (primary runoffs)

  1. Five days since the runoff election and “where to vote today” is still on the front page of the SMM?? Guess it’s better than a cut and paste from the TT.

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