Primary Election Tomorrow

The 2022 Primary Election will be held on March 1st, 2022. Due to redistricting, all 181 legislative seats are up for re-election this year. If needed, primary election runoffs will be held on May 24th, 2022.

Election Day Voting Locations

Residents in counties participating in the Countywide Polling Place Program (CWPP) can vote at any location in their county of residence. Residents in other counties may only vote at the voting precinct assigned to them and may find their voting location using the Secretary of State’s “My Voter Portal.” Election day voting hours are 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. at all polling places statewide.

Election Results

Election results will be available through the Secretary of State website. The Secretary of State election night portal provides preliminary results and updates every five minutes until 100% of precincts have reported in. While the majority of results typically are available within hours of polls closing, it can take more time for full results to be reported from all counties.

Party Platform Ballot Propositions

Party platforms will be on the March 1st, 2022 ballot; see here for the Texas Republican Party Platform and the Texas Democratic Party Platform ballot propositions.

Recent Financial Reports

Financial reports for candidates, including reports covering contributions received up to 30 days and 8 days before the March 1st election date, can be found through the Texas Ethics Commission Campaign Finance Search.

Constitutional Amendments

The following Constitutional Amendment propositions will be on the ballot for the May 7th, 2022 election:

Proposition Number 1 – SJR 2 (87th Legislature, 2nd Special Session) proposes a constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to provide for the reduction of the amount of a limitation on the total amount of property taxes that may be imposed for general elementary and secondary public school purposes on the residence homestead of a person who is elderly or disabled in order to reflect any statutory reduction in the maximum compressed rate of the maintenance and operations taxes imposed for those purposes on the person’s homestead from the preceding tax year.

Proposition Number 2 – SJR 2 (87th Legislature, 3rd Special Session) proposes a constitutional amendment increasing the amount of the residence homestead exemption from property taxes for public school purposes from $25,000 to $40,000.