Southern Denton County residents can head to the polls today between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. to cast their ballots in the Republican and Democrat primary elections.
For the first time in modern history, Texans will elect a new Governor, Attorney General, Land Commissioner, Comptroller, Agriculture Commissioner and several other offices. See who is on the ballot here.
The candidates chosen will represent their respective party in the General Election on November 4th, but since most local Republican candidates are running unopposed, the November election will be won on Tuesday.
If needed, runoff elections will take place May 27.
You must vote at the location where your precinct is assigned. To find your polling place, click here.
All voters voting in person who have not been granted a disability exemption will have to show a photo ID to cast their vote. The approved forms of photo ID include a Texas drivers license, Texas personal identification card, Texas concealed handgun license, US passport, US military identification, or a US citizenship certificate.
Click here to meet the Republican candidates in southern Denton County.