The primary election is approaching, and you can get to know the candidates of two contested races tonight in Wichita Falls.
If you are wanting to cast your vote but don't have a proper form of ID, the Texas Department of Public Safety wants to help.
Early voting is now underway for the Wichita Falls municipal election on May 11th.
Three positions are open.
One of those positions is for the councilor district 1 seat.
It's currently held by Michael Smith who has reached the term limit for the seat and is running for the Councilor-At-Large seat.
Mechell Dixon spoke with the candidates in the District 1 race.
She joins us now with more.
April 11th is the deadline to register for the May Elections.
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We've provided some quick and easy links for you to register to vote, and get more information about voting.
Find out more about the candidates you will see on the ballot here.
Polling places open at 7 tomorrow morning and will be open until 7 p.m. for the runoff contests from the May 29 Texas primaries.
Today the Wichita County Republican Women hosted a forum for representatives of the candidates in the Republican runoff race for U.S. Senate in Texas, as well as the Railroad Commission runoff.
After winning with more than 100 votes, Mayor pro tem Dan Fears is sworn in tonight as Iowa Park's new mayor.
It appears winning the primary race is the end of the line for several Democratic candidates in Texoma and Texas.