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Early Voting Locations for the May 24 Run-off Election

May 16-20 7 AM – 7 PM

City
(Ciudad)
Polling Place
(Sitio de Votación)
Address
(Dirección)
Zip Code
(Código Postal)
AlvinAlvin Library105 S Gordon 77511
AngletonEast Annex (Old Walmart)1524 E Mulberry, Room 144 77515
BrazoriaBrazoria Library620 S Brooks 77422
FreeportFreeport Library410 Brazosport Blvd 77541
Lake JacksonLake Jackson Annex202 Peach St Rm 144 77566
ManvelNorth Annex7313 Corporate Dr 77578
PearlandPct. 3 Sub Office 2436 S Grand Blvd  77581 
PearlandWest Pearland Library11801 Shadow Creek Pkwy 77584
PearlandTom Reid Library3522 Liberty Dr 77581
PearlandWestside Event Center2150 Countryplace Pkwy 77584
West ColumbiaPrecinct 4 Building #2121 N 10th St, Building 2 77486

Polling Locations for Election Day May 24, 2022 7 AM- 7 PM

AlvinAlvin Library105 S Gordon77511
AngletonEast Annex (Old Walmart)1524 E Mulberry, Room 14477515
BrazoriaBrazoria Library620 S Brooks77422
Danbury Danbury Community Center 6115 5th St 77534
FreeportFreeport Library410 Brazosport Blvd77541
Lake JacksonLake Jackson Annex202 Peach St Rm 144 77566
ManvelNorth Annex7313 Corporate Dr77578
Manvel Pct. 4 North Annex 3633 County Road 58 77578 
Pearland Drainage Dist No. 4 Building 4813 W Broadway 77581
Pearland New Harvest Christian Fellowship 12216 Broadway 77584 
Pearland Pct. 3 Sub Office 2436 S Grand Blvd 77581
Pearland Pearland Recreation Center 4141 Bailey Rd 77584
Pearland Silverlake Recreation Center 2715 Southwyck Pkwy 77584
PearlandTom Reid Library3522 Liberty Dr77581
Pearland West Pearland Library 11801 Shadow Creek Pkwy 77584
PearlandWestside Event Center2150 Countryplace Pkwy77584
Sweeny Sweeny Community Center 205 Ashley Wilson Rd 77480
West ColumbiaPrecinct 4 Building #2121 N 10th St, Building 277486

Important Primary Run-off Dates

Monday, May 16, 2022 (8th day before runoff primary election day)

First day to vote early in person. (Sec. 85.001(b)).

in a county with a population of 120,000 or more but less than 400,000, the commissioners court must establish one or more temporary polling places, other than the main early voting polling place, in each commissioners precinct containing territory covered by the election.

The temporary polling place(s) must remain open for each weekday of the early voting period that the main early voting polling place will be open.  The temporary branch polling place(s) must be open at least eight hours each day. (Secs. 85.062, 85.064).

NOTE – NEW LAW: SB 1 (2021, 2nd C.S.) amended Section 85.062 to provide that the location of temporary branch polling places in an election in which countywide polling places are used must be determined with the same methodology that is used for the location of countywide polling places.

NOTE – NEW LAW: SB 1 (2021, 2nd C.S.) amended Section 85.005 to provide that early voting in person must be conducted at the main early voting location on each weekday of the early voting period that is not a legal state holiday and for a period of at least nine (9) hours, except that voting may not be conducted earlier than 6:00 AM or later than 10:00 PM. (Sec. 85.005(a)).

Wednesday, May 18, 2022 (4th business day before runoff primary election day)

Last day for Secretary of State to receive a Request for Election Inspectors for the runoff primary election.  The request must be a written request by 15 or more registered voters of the county for which the inspector is requested. (Sec. 34.001).

Friday, May 20, 2022 (4th day before runoff primary election day)

Last day to vote early in person in the runoff primary election. (Sec. 85.001(b)).

After the polls close at the end of early voting, the ballot board and/or central counting station may convene to perform the following activities, depending on the population size of the county:

Counties with a population of 100,000 or more:

First day those counties may convene their early voting ballot board and/or central counting station and begin counting ballots; however, the results may not be announced until after the polls close on election day. (Secs. 87.0222, 87.0241).

NOTE – If a county with a population of 100,000 or more is convening their early voting ballot board and/or central counting station early to begin counting ballots, the test of the tabulation equipment will need to be completed at least 48 hours before the equipment is used to count ballots. (Secs. 87.0222, 87.0241, 127.096).

NOTE – NEW LAW: SB 1 (2021, 2nd C.S.) added Section 87.0411 to provide a procedure by which a voter can correct certain defects in their carrier envelope containing their voted ballot. Not later than the second business day after an early voting ballot board discovers the defect and before the board decides whether to accept or reject a timely delivered ballot under Section 87.041, the board shall: (1) determine if it would be possible for the voter to correct the defect and return the carrier envelope before the time the polls are required to close on election day; and (2) return the carrier envelope to the voter by mail, if the board determines that it would be possible for the voter to correct the defect and return the carrier envelope before the time the polls are required to close on election day. If the board determines that it would not be possible for the voter to correct the defect and return the carrier envelope before the time the polls are required to close on election day, the board may notify the voter of the defect by phone or email and inform the voter that the voter may cancel their mail ballot in accordance with Section 84.032 or come to the early voting clerk’s office in person not later than the sixth day after election day to correct the defect. If the ballot board takes one of the actions described above, the board must take that action with respect to each ballot in the election that to which these options apply. (Sec. 87.0411). See Note 14.

NOTE – NEW LAW: SB 1 (2021, 2nd C.S.) amended Section 127.1232 to provide that in counties with a population of 100,000 or more, the general custodian of election records shall implement a video surveillance system that retains a record of all areas containing voted ballots: (1) from the time the voted ballots are delivered to the central counting station until the canvass of the precinct election returns; and (2) from the time the voted ballots are delivered to the signature verification committee or early voting ballot board until the canvass of precinct election returns. Video from the surveillance system shall be made available to the public by live stream. The recorded video is considered an election record and shall be retained by the general custodian until the end of the calendar year in which an election is held or until an election contest filed in the county has been resolved, whichever is later. (Sec. 127.1232).

Saturday, May 21, 2022 (day after last day of early voting in person; 3rd day before runoff primary election day)

First day to submit an application for and vote a late ballot because of a death in the immediate family that occurred on or after Thursday, May 19, 2022 (“the day before the last day of the period for early voting by personal appearance”), and will require absence from the county of residence on election day. The application may be submitted through the close of business on May 23, 2022, the day before runoff primary election day. (Secs. 103.001 & 103.003(b)).

Sunday, May 22, 2022 (2nd day before primary election day)

Last day to conduct first test of automatic tabulating equipment, if not done already. The test must be conducted at least 48 hours before ballots will be counted. The notice of the test must be published at least 48 hours before the test. (Secs. 127.093 & 127.096).

Monday, May 23, 2022 (day before runoff primary election day)

Last day to submit an Application for Emergency Early Ballot Due to Death in Family and vote a late ballot by personal appearance due to death in immediate family that occurred on or after Thursday, May 19, 2022. (Sec. 103.003).

Last day for early voting clerk to mark the precinct list of registered voters with a notation beside each name of voter who voted early, and deliver the list to election judges. The early voting clerk must also deliver the precinct early voting list.  The list may be delivered electronically if the county will be using an electronic pollbook. (Sec. 87.122).

Deadline for minor party chairs to submit petitions and precinct convention lists to Secretary of State and to the appropriate county clerk (or other county election official) for placement on the ballot. (Secs. 181.005(a), 181.006(b)(3), 182.003, 182.004).  (The deadline is extended to the next regular business day which is Monday, May 23, 2022 due to the 75th day after the precinct conventions falling on Sunday, May 22, 2022. (Sec. 1.006).)

Tuesday, May 24, 2022 (4th Tuesday in May) RUNOFF PRIMARY ELECTION DAY (Sec. 41.007(b)).


7:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Polls are open. (Sec. 41.031(a)).
Voter registrar’s office is open. (Sec. 12.004(c)).
Early voting clerk’s office is open for early voting activities. A voter may deliver a marked ballot by mail to the early voting clerk’s office while the polls are open on election day. The voter must provide an acceptable form of identification under Section 63.0101 upon delivery. The identification procedure is the same as that used for personal appearance voting. (Secs. 63.0101, 83.011, 86.006).
A voter may vote at the main early voting polling place if voting machines are used at regular polling place(s) on election day and the voter has a sickness or physical condition that prevents the voter from voting in the regular manner without personal assistance or a likelihood of injuring the voter’s health. (Secs. 104.001 & 104.003). However, if the early voting ballots by mail are processed at a location other than the main early voting polling place, the early voting clerk may require the voting to be conducted at that location. (Sec. 104.003).
5:00 PMDeadline for receiving Application for Emergency Early Voting Ballot Due to Sickness or Physical Disability for late ballots to be voted by persons who became sick or disabled on or after Thursday, May 12, 2022 (12th day before election day). (Sec. 102.003(b)). See entry at Thursday, May 12, 2022.
7:00 PMRegular deadline for receiving early voting ballots by mail. BUT see entry for Wednesday, May 25, 2022 on “late domestic ballots,” and entry for Tuesday, May 31, 2022 on other “late” ballots.
This is also the deadline to receive late ballots cast by voters who became sick or disabled on or after Thursday, May 12, 2022 (12th day before election day). (Secs. 86.007(a) & 102.006(c)). See entry at Thursday, May 12, 2022.
7:00 PMCounty election officer begins transmitting results to Secretary of State and transmits continuously until results are final. (Sec. 68.034).
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