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Texas party primary runoff elections are Tuesday

This year's runoffs include contests for statewide office on Republican and Democratic ballots.
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This year's runoffs include contests for statewide office on Republican and Democratic ballots.

The Republican race between incumbent AG Ken Paxton and challenge George P. Bush tops this year's runoffs

Voters across Northeast Texas will head to the polls Tuesday for this year’s party primary runoff elections. Polls will be open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Both parties are featuring runoffs for statewide races.

On the Republican side, here are this year’s runoff races for state office:

Attorney General

George P. Bush

Ken Paxton (incumbent)

Commissioner of the General Land Office

Dawn Buckingham

Tim Westley

Railroad Commissioner

Wayne Christian

Sarah Stogner

County-level Republican races:

Delta County Justice of the Peace, Pct. 5 Place 1

Tiesha Wady

Ricky Pedersen

Hunt County Commissioner Precinct 2

Randy Strait

David Monroe

Here are the statewide runoff elections in the Democratic Party:

Attorney General

Rochelle Mercedes Garza

Joe Jaworski

Lieutenant Governor

Michelle Beckley

Mike Collier

Commissioner of the General Land Office

Jay Kleberg

Sandragrace Martinez

Comptroller

Janet T. Dudding

Angel Luis Vega

Runoff elections have voter eligibility rules. Voters who participated in a Republican primary cannot vote in a Democratic Party runoff , and vice versa. Registered voters who did not vote in either primary are eligible to vote in either a Democratic or Republican primary.