Democratic Primary Runoff ElectionS - JULY 14, 2020

On Tuesday, July 14, 2020, Texas will hold the Democratic Primary Run Off Election.  Information can be retrieved by calling Dallas County Elections hotline at 469-627-VOTE (8683), which is available 24 hours a day. The information can also be obtained by accessing Dallas County Elections website at  If you have any questions, please contact the Democratic Party directly at 214-821-8331.

Early Voting in-person begins Monday, June 29, 2020 at 8am. Any qualified voter for the Tuesday, July 14, 2020 Democratic Primary Run-off Election may vote in person at any of the 45 early voting locations on the dates and times listed below:

June 29-July 2, 2020: 8am until 5pm

July 3-July 4, 2020: POLLS ARE CLOSED (Independence Day)

July 5, 2020: 7am until 7pm

July 6-10, 2020: 7am until 7pm

Early Voting Locations can be found here:

Early Voting By Mail: To request an Application for Ballot by Mail, eligible voters can send an Application for Ballot by Mail to the Dallas County Elections Department at 1520 Round Table Drive, Dallas, TX 75247, fax to 214.819.6303 or email no later than Thursday, July 2, 2020 by end of business day, 4:30pm.  If you fax or email your applications please be aware that you also must mail the original form to the Dallas County Elections Department, Early  Voting Division, 1520 Round Table Drive, Dallas, TX 75247 within 4 business days.

Election Day Voting: Voters may at any of the Vote Center Locations most convenient to them on Election Day. The list of Vote Centers may be found on Dallas County Elections Department website.

Curbside Voting: Curbside voting permits voters with a sickness or a physical condition that prevents the voter from voting in the regular manner may utilize curbside voting at any of the 45 Early Voting locations or any Election Day Vote Center locations available.  In addition, Dallas County will be providing Curbside Voting at the Dallas County Elections Office building at 1520 Round Table Drive, Dallas, TX 75247 from 7am until 7pm.  For additional information, please contact 214-819-6359.

Late Ballot: A voter who becomes sick or disabled on or after Wednesday, July 1, 2020, may vote a late ballot if the sickness or disability prevents the voter from appearing at the polling place without the likelihood of needing personal assistance or of injuring his or her health.  An application to vote late due to sickness or disability may be submitted through 5pm on Democratic Primary Runoff Election Day, July 14, 2020.  A voter who will be absent from THEIR county of residence due to a death of an immediate family member occurring on or after Thursday, July 9, 2020, may apply for a late ballot.  Monday, July 13, 2020 is the last day to submit an application and vote a late ballot by personal appearance due to death in immediate family that occurred on or after Thursday, July 9, 2020.

Health Protocols at Polling Locations (List not all inclusive. See Dallas County Elections Department for full list)

*Voters will see informational COVID-19 safety signs as they enter.

*Voter should consider wearing their personal cloth face covering when entering and be prepared to lower/remove their face when checking in. If voter refuses and identity cannot be made, they will be introduced to the option of Provisional Voting.

*Voters should consider bring own marking instrument (i.e. stylus)

*Voters will be greeted at entrance and introduced to the Safety Vote Sanitation Station. They will be advised to sanitize their hands before and after voting.

*Voters will be directed to the Check-In table. Protective shields will be used as a barrier.

*Voters will maintain at least 6 feet distance.

*Surfaces will be cleaned with 70% isopropyl alcohol.

*Poll workers will disinfect any items that come in contact with voters.

*Voting equipment will be 6 feet apart at all times.

*Voting stations will be wiped down no less that 3 times per day.

*All Election Judges and Poll Works will be supplied and advised to wear gloves and masks throughout the day.

*All Election Judges and Poll Workers will be instructed on appropriate cleaning, disinfection, hand hygiene, respiratory etiquette and CDC guidelines.