Some Brazos County Republican Party voters also get to decide Justice of the Peace races.
The May 22 runoff election process is open to Gaines County Democrats who participated in the March 6 party primary election process, and those local residents who did not participate in the early March election.
Only registered voters who cast their ballots in the Democratic primary or who did not vote in either party in the primary may vote in the runoff.
The County Commissioner Precinct 4 Republican candidates are incumbent Jim Clark and James Metts. The candidates in precinct one are Kenny Elliott and Joshua Benn, and the candidates in precinct two are Terrence Nunn and Tommy Munoz.
Early-voting hours are from 8 a.m.to 5 p.m. today and Wednesday and 7 a.m.to 7 p.m. Thursday and Friday.
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Lizzie Pannill Fletcher of Upper Kirby was the top vote-getter in the primary.
Gaines County residents who participated in the Republican Party primary process this past March are ineligible to participate in the May 22 runoff election, per Texas state election laws.
In heavily partisan districts and statewide races, which Democrats haven't won in 24 years, May's top vote-getter is often November's victor.
Early-voting sites are the Brazos County Election Administrator's Office, Arena Hall and Galilee Baptist Church in Bryan and the College Station Utilities Training Facility and Memorial Student Center in College Station.