HOUSTON -- Voters will head to the polls Tuesday for the Texas primary runoff elections.
Three-term Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst will find out if Republican voters want to give him one more term -- or let someone else carry the party banner in the November general election. The contest between the incumbent and state Sen. Dan Patrick has been grueling.
For Democrats, it's a less lively runoff. Their main decision is choosing a U.S. Senate nominee to serve as token opposition to Republican John Cornyn, and Democrats have spent much of the primary trying to dissuade their voters from picking Kesha Rogers, who's called for impeaching President Barack Obama and still forced a runoff against Dallas dental mogul David Alameel.
Polling locations will be open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. Tuesday.
If you did not vote in the party's March 4th election you can choose which party you'd like to vote for.