New Braunfels voters who cast their ballots in the March 5 Republican primary as well as those residents who did not vote in the primary can opt to participate in the Republican primary runoff election May 28.

The gist

Depending on where one resides in New Braunfels, various runoffs are taking place for who will get the Republican nomination to face off in the general election in November.

If a resident voted in the March 5 Democratic primary they cannot participate in the Republican runoff.

If no candidate received more than 50% of the vote, the top two candidates moved on to the runoff election.

Dates to know
  • April 29: Last day to register to vote
  • May 20-24: Early voting
  • May 28: Election day
  • May 28: Last day to receive a ballot by mail
Where to vote

Comal and Guadalupe county residents can vote at any polling location in their respective county. Visit or for voting locations.

Sample ballot

U.S. House of Representatives, District 28
  • Jay Furman
  • Lazaro Garza
U.S. House of Representatives, District 35
  • Michael Rodriguez
  • Steven Wright
Justice, Supreme Court of Texas, Place 4
  • John Devine*
  • Brian Walker
State Board of Education, District 10
  • Mary Bone
  • Tom Maynard*
State Representative, District 44
  • John Kuempel*
  • Alan Schoolcraft
Comal County commissioner, Precinct 1
  • Doug Leecock
  • Joyce Yannuzzi
Guadalupe County commissioner, Precinct 1
  • Dustin Engelke
  • Jackie Ott
*Indicates incumbent