This includes county, state and federal candidates.

Important Dates
Early Voting: Monday, May 14 – Friday, May 25, Poll Times Vary
Election Day: Tuesday, May 29, 2012, Polls Open 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.

The pictured candidates have opposition in the May 29 Primary Elections.

 

 

 

*Indicates a REALTOR® Party friendly incumbent. An incumbent is a candidate currently holding the elected office.

In addition to the pictured candidates, Houston Association of REALTORS® is supporting the following candidates, who are either running unopposed in their races, or who have opposition in the November 6, 2012 General Elections. These candidates will be featured in the October issue of our magazine.

UNITED STATES CONGRESS
Congressional District 2: Ted Poe (R)
Congressional District 9: Al Green (D)
Congressional District 18: Sheila Jackson-Lee (D)
Congressional District 29: Gene Green (D)

TEXAS SENATE
District 6: Mario Gallegos Jr. (D)
District 7: Dan Patrick (R)
District 13: Rodney Ellis (D)
District 15: John Whitmire (D)
District 17: Joan Huffman (R)
District 19: Glenn Hegar (R)

TEXAS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
District 16: Brandon Creighton (R)
District 23: Craig Eiland (D)
District 27: Ron Reynolds (D)
District 28: John Zerwas (R)
District 126: Patricia Harless (R)
District 128: Wayne Smith (R)
District 130: Allen Fletcher (R)
District 134: Sarah Davis (R)
District 135: Gary Elkins (R)
District 138: Dwayne Bohac (R)
District 139: Sylvester Turner (D)
District 140: Armando Walle (D)
District 141: Senfronia Thompson (D)
District 142: Harold Dutton Jr. (D)
District 143: Ana Hernandez Luna (D)
District 145: Carol Alvarado (D)
District 148: Jessica Farrar (D)
District 149: Hubert Vo (D)

HARRIS COUNTY
County Commissioner, Precinct 1: El Franco Lee (D)
County Commissioner, Precinct 3: Steve Radack (R)

MONTGOMERY COUNTY
County Commissioner, Precinct 1: Mike Meador (R)

FORT BEND COUNTY
County Commissioner, Precinct 1: Richard Morrison (D)
County Commissioner, Precinct 3: Andy Meyer (R)

I Am Ready to Vote

Where is My Polling Location?

On your Voter Registration certificate, you will see a precinct number. Your residence is located in a specific “precinct” or area within the county where you will vote on Election Day. As well, most newspapers print precinct polling places and addresses in the days before an election. www.HARConnect.com also has a convenient list of links to all area election pages.

Going to the Polls?

Do You Have Your ID?

Your voter application asks for one of three identification numbers. If you have not received any of these, you are still eligible to register to vote, but you will be required to provide proof of your identity at the polling place.

Acceptable Identification Includes:

  • A driver’s license or personal identification card issued to you by the Texas Department of Public Safety. You may also bring a similar document issued to you by an agency of another state, even if the license or card has expired;
  • A form of identification that contains your photograph and establishes your identity;
  • A birth certificate or other document confirming birth that is admissible in a court of law and establishes the person’s identity;
  • Your United States citizenship papers;
  • Your United States passport;
  • Official mail addressed to you by a governmental entity; or
  • A copy of a current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, or other government document that shows your name and address.

To find out more information, such as polling locations, days and times, please follow one of the following links:

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