TEXAS – Who will run in the November election? Texas voters will decide today. You will decide those races that are not resolved during the March primaries.

Voting hours are 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday across the state.

How to vote

The first thing you need to do is make sure you are registered to vote. You can do it here.

To vote in person, you must have one of seven acceptable forms of ID. They are:

  • Texas Driver’s License issued by the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS)
  • Texas Election Identity Card issued by DPS
  • Texas ID card issued by DPS
  • Texas Weapons License issued by DPS
  • United States military identity card containing a photograph of the person
  • A U.S. citizenship certificate containing a photograph of the person
  • United States passport (book or map)

If you do not have any of the seven, you can present an auxiliary form of identity card. They are:

  • A copy or original of a state document indicating the name and address of the voter, including a certificate of voter registration;
  • A copy or original of the current utility bill;
  • Copy or original of the bank statement;
  • Copy or original of the state check;
  • A copy or original of the salary; or
  • A copy or original (a) of a certified domestic (from a U.S. state or territory) birth certificate or (b) a birth certificate admissible in court that establishes the identity of the voter (which may include a foreign birth certificate).

Once you present an auxiliary ID, you must complete a declaration of reasonable interference. Instructions are available at your polling station.

Key democratic races

On the part of the Democratic Party, voters will decide on the election of the state to the post of lieutenant governor between the candidates Mike Collier and Michelle Beckley. The primaries were won by incumbent Republican President Dan Patrick.

Voters will choose between Democrats Jay Kleberg and Sandragrass Martinez for the post of land commissioner.

Janet Dadding and Angel Luis Vega are struggling to determine who will challenge incumbent Republican Comptroller Glen Hegar in November.

Democrats Rachel Garza and Joe Jaworski are running for the Democratic nomination for the post of Attorney General.

Key Republican races

On the Republican side, the tent is a match between incumbent Republican Attorney General Ken Paxton and contender George P. Bush.

Republicans Tim Westley and Don Buckingham are fighting in the second round for the post of land commissioner.

Voters will choose between Republicans Sarah Stogner and Wayne Christian as rail commissioners.

In addition, voters will decide on a series of elections to the U.S. House of Representatives, Texas and the Texas Senate. Among the more notable is the race in the US House of Representatives between incumbent MP Henry Cuellar and contender Jessica Cisneras for 28th place in Texas.th Congressional District.

For more information on voting, download the Spectrum News 1 program and see the Texas Voter Guide.

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