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Voting for Texas primary runoff election is scheduled from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 22.

10 a.m. update from Comal County: Turnout: 3,192, slightly down overall from ’14. Republican turnout is down 29 percent, while Democratic turnout is up 198 percent. Democrats are 20 percent of overall turnout, which is about double their share of the 2014 total.

There are no local runoffs to select party nominees for the November general election.

However, in Comal County, Republicans and Democrats will both select a nominee for U.S. House District 21 seat, currently held by the retiring incumbent, Lamar Smith.

Republicans also will cast ballots for Place 6 of the Third Court of Appeals, while Democrats will select a nominee for governor.

Polling Locations

Precincts 101, 103, 203, 207  — Comal County Senior Citizens Center, 655 Landa St., New Braunfels

Precincts 102, 106, 405, 107 — Bill Brown Elementary School, 20410 Hwy 46 West, Spring Branch

Precincts 104, 105 — Tye Preston Memorial Library, 16311 S. Access Rd., Canyon Lake

Precincts 204, 206, 208 — Comal County Offices-Bulverde Annex, 30470 Cougar Bend, Bulverde

Precinct 205 — Jay F. Feibelman Garden Ridge Community Center, 9500 Municipal Parkway, Garden Ridge

Precincts 201, 202, 302, 301, 303 — Comal County Courthouse, 100 Main Plaza, Room 101, New Braunfels

Precincts 402, 403, 407 — Church in the Valley, 14181 FM 306 at Canyon City, Canyon Lake

Precincts 304, 305, 406, 401, 404, 306 — Christ Presbyterian Church, 1620 Common, New Braunfels

To see a primary runoff sample ballot, click here.

For complete information about the primary runoff, visit Comal County’s Elections & Voter Registration website.

League of Women Voters-Comal Area also publishes an online voter guide. To learn more, visit vote411.org.

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