Early voting through Friday

Voters still have time to cast a ballot before early voting in the May 22 primary runoff officially comes to a close Friday.

In the Dripping Springs area, voters will decide who will take the Justice of the Peace, Pct. 4 Republican Primary.

Robert Avera, a former firefighter, will go up against military veteran John Burns in the runoff for the seat held by Terry Kyle, who chose to retire.

Across Hays County, voters on the Democratic ticket will choose who will be their candidate in the U.S. Representative 21 race this November. Joseph Kopser will go up against Mary Wilson in the runoff, with the winner taking on the victor of the U.S. 21 Republican Primary runoff between Chip Roy and Matt McCall.

All are looking to fill the space left by Lamar Smith, who in 2017 chose not to run for reelection to congress.

Voters on the Democratic ticket will also chose between Andrew White or Lupe Valdez in the gubernatorial race, as well as the State Representative 45 runoff between Erin Zweiner and Rebecca Bell-Metereau.

Hays County Democratic voters will also choose either Chris Perri or Julie Oliver in the U.S. Representative 21 race.

May 22 runoff in Hays County Early voting locations

Hays
County

Government
Center

(7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Conference Room

712 S. Stagecoach Trail

San Marcos

Live
Oak/Hays
County
Health
Department

(8 a.m. to 6 p.m.)

401A Broadway St.

San Marcos

Hays
County
Pct.
2
Office

(8 a.m. to 6 p.m.)

5458 FM 2770 at
Crystal Meadow Dr.

Kyle

Hays
County
Pct.
4
Office

(8 a.m. to 6 p.m.)

195 Roger Hanks Parkway

Dripping Springs

Wimberley
Community
Center

(8 a.m. to 6 p.m.)

14068 RR 12

Wimberley

Election Day locations (May 22, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.)

DSISD
Administration
Office
– (Pct. 440, 441, 449)

510 Mercer Street

Dripping Springs

Sunset
Canyon
Baptist
Church
– (Pct. 442,443,444)

4000 E Hwy 290

Dripping Springs

Wimberley
Community
Center

(Pct. 333, 335, 337, 339)

14068 RR 12

Wimberley

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