Early Voting in Texas Runoff Elections Begins Today

2018 Siuslaw News

2018 Siuslaw News

Early voting for five primary runoff elections in southern Denton County begins on Monday.

Polls are open from 7 a.m. -8 p.m.

Stack is still seeking re-election, but he's being challenged by four candidates in the Democratic Primary: Chester County Commissioner Kathi Cozzone; Braddock Mayor John Fetterman; Ray Sosa, a banker from Montgomery County; and Nina Ahmad, a former deputy mayor under Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney.

The victor of the runoff election will face Todd Litton, the victor of the Democratic primary, in the November election.

On Tuesday, voters in the Keystone State will cast ballots in the Republican and Democratic primary elections.

This district, which runs through southwest Tulsa County from the big bend in the Arkansas River to Glenpool, has been safely Republican, but it includes most of the precincts that delivered a shocking Democratic victory in last year's SD 37 special election.


One U.S. Senate seat is up this year - Democratic Senator Bob Casey (no one is running against him in the primary) will face whoever wins the Republican primary (either Lou Barletta or Jim Christiana).

Voters can look up their polling place at centrecountypa.gov/index.aspx?NID=243, or the location is also printed on voter identification cards. 4 race. The candidates are Wendy Laubach and Russel Cole.

Voters will pick who will challenge several incumbents for their seat in Congress on Tuesday, June 12.

Democratic voters can vote for up to four male candidates and up to four female candidates for the state Democratic Committee. In the 23rd Congressional District, Democrats will choose who will go up against Rep.

The high-profile contests in the primary are vacancies in the large parts of Pennsylvania where one party or the other has an overwhelming majority of voters.

To find your polling place, see here.

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