Early voting starts Tuesday.
There is a lot on the ballot for the March 6 joint primary election.
There are several statewide races, including Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and Gov. Greg Abbott facing Republican primary challengers. The ballot also includes primary races for several local offices, including McLennan County District Attorney, and Precinct 2 and 4 county commissioner.
There also are 11 statewide propositions.
Thankfully, the McLennan County elections department posts sample Democratic and Republican ballots on its website. Picking the right ballot does require knowing which precinct you live in. So if you're unsure, go here and login.
No matter which McLennan County precinct you live in, you can vote Feb. 20 to 26 at any of the five early voting sites:
- McLennan County elections administration office
214 N. Fourth St., suite 300, Waco
- Robinson Community Center
106 W. Lyndale Drive
- First Assembly of God Church
6701 Bosque Blvd., Waco
- Waco Multi-Purpose Community Center
1020 Elm St.
- Hewitt Public Safety Facility
100 Patriot Court
In case you missed it, the Tribune-Herald Editorial Board conducted a series of Q&As for many of the contested primaries.
Texas House District 12
U.S. House District 17
McLennan County Precinct 4 commissioner
McLennan County Precinct 2 commissioner