In Kendall County’s July 14 runoff election, there are two races on the Democratic ballot: US Senate, and Texas Railroad Commissioner.
Our election office has developed an excellent plan to keep voters and poll workers safe. Please observe their procedures and mask up if voting in person.
The Democratic Party Runoff Election is just around the corner. Election Day is July 14, 2020 with early voting starting June 29.
This is the year we save our great state and in turn, save the entire nation. We are ready for November. Let’s turn Texas blue.
Texas has some of the most restrictive rules in the U.S. when it comes to voting by mail. In the midst of a pandemic, it’s time to expand eligibility.
With the US declaring a national state of emergency, KCDP is following events and implementing strategies for our upcoming meetings and office operations.
Here are links to sources for Primary Election results information, which will start to appear soon after the polls close.
It’s almost time for the Texas primary elections! Make your preparations now, so you’ll be ready to go when it’s time to head to the polls.
Links to candidates’ websites and League of Women Voters profiles for all races on the Democratic Primary ballot for Kendall County, Texas.
We’re on pace to far surpass the previous record turnout for a Democratic primary in Kendall County. Get your friends to the polls; let’s double the record!