Early Voting Underway for General Election Runoff

Advance/Early voting is taking place this week for the General Election Runoff.

Early voting officially began on Monday, November 26 and will continue until the close of business at 5 p.m. on Friday, November 30.

The deadline for registering to vote for the General Election Runoff was Tuesday, October 9.

There are two contested races on the runoff ballot. They include:

  • For Secretary of State: Brad Raffensperger (Republican) and John Barrow (Democrat)
  • For Public Service Commissioner to succeed Chuck Eaton: Chuck Eaton (Incumbent/Republican) and Lindy Miller (Democrat)

In the November 6 General Election for Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger received 44.4 percent of the votes in Washington County, and John Barrow received 54.78 percent of the votes in Washington County. The Libertarian candidate, Smythe Duval received 0.8 percent of the votes in Washington County.

In the November 6 General Election for the Public Service Commissioner to succeed Chuck Eaton, Incumbent candidate Chuck Eaton (Republican) received 49.3 percent of the votes in Washington County, and Lindy Miller (Democrat) received 49.46 percent of the votes in Washington County. The Libertarian candidate, Ryan Graham, received 1.23 percent of the votes in Washington County.

Early voting takes place in the back room at the Washington County Tax Commissioner’s office.

Polls will be open on Election Day, Tuesday, December 4, from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m.

Tune in to WACO100FM after the polls close on Tuesday, December 4 for complete Runoff Election coverage.