On the ballot are three statewide offices for Republicans and four statewide offices for Democrats. There are also a handful of local and county races.
Under state law, voters who cast a ballot in the March 1 primary must vote in that same party’s runoff election. Those who did not vote in the primary may vote in either the Republican Party or Democratic Party runoff, according to a news release from the Texas Secretary of State.
In Collin and Denton counties, polls will be open from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. on May 24.
Voters in Collin County may cast a ballot at any vote center. Click here for polling locations in Collin County. In Denton County, voters must cast their ballot at their designated precinct. Click here for polling locations in Denton County.
Here are the candidates on the ballot for voters in Plano:
Lieutenant governor (Democrat): Michelle Beckley and Mike Collier
Attorney general (Republican): Ken Paxton (incumbent) and George P. Bush
Attorney general (Democrat): Joe Jaworski and Rochelle Mercedes Garza
Comptroller of public accounts (Democrat): Janet T. Dudding and Angel Luis Vega
Commissioner of the General Land Office (Republican): Tim Westley and Dawn Buckingham
Commissioner of the General Land Office (Democrat): Sandragrace Martinez and Jay Kleberg
Railroad commissioner (Republican): Wayne Christian (incumbent) and Sarah Stogner
U.S. representative, District 32 (Republican): Justin Webb and Antonio Swad
State representative, District 70 (Republican): Jamee Jolly and Eric J. Bowlin
State representative, District 70 (Democrat): Mihaela Elizabeth Plesa and Cassandra Garcia Hernandez
Collin County party chair (Democrat): Caroline Werner and Mike Rawlins
Collin County Criminal Court No. 5 judge (Republican): Randy Johnson and Jimmy Angelino
Collin County district clerk (Republican): Mike Gould and Lynne Finley
Collin County constable, Precinct 1 (Republican): Cris Trevino and Matt Carpenter