Candidates are looking to replace former State Senator Robert Duncan.
There are many things on tonight's ballot.
Officials say this is just another option early voters can use while they head to the polls.
The deadline for people in Oklahoma is tomorrow. That's the last day you can register to vote in upcoming elections.
Commissioners also voted to continue to use their main open voting center.
Trenton Garza announced his intent to file and pursue the Justice of the Peace position for Potter County's Precinct 3 in the 2014 General Election.
Commissioners voted to make county polling places the same as those used by the city.
Oklahoma has a closed Primary system, meaning only registered voters of a political party may vote in that party’s Primary.
Oklahoma State Election Board Secretary Paul Ziriax said voters should be aware of several upcoming election-related dates and deadlines.
It will be a two percent sales tax increase for unincorporated areas. Potter Commissioner Leon Church tells us the Bushland area; River Road, Highland Park and anything west of Soncy are the main areas affected.
The general elections is November 4.
Voters must either register in person or mail their registration forms in and have them postmarked before the deadline.
Election returns from Your Local Election Headquarters.
Branch makes a stop at TacAir in Amarillo.
The Texas State Comptroller is the chief tax collector, and the chief accounting officer for the State of Texas.
Polls open tomorrow from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m..
Municipal elections are Saturday.
The last day to early vote is next Tuesday.
Oklahoma's primary election is set for June 24th.
Davis is stopping in Amarillo today from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Fernando's Mexican Restaurant.
John Ratcliffe, who is in a Republican primary runoff with U.S. Rep. Ralph Hall, says the incumbent has been in Washington too long. What he's not saying is that Hall, who turns 91 next month, is too old for office.
18 candidates were on hand to talk with voters.
In a race that wasn't decided until early Wednesday morning, state Sen. John Carona, R-Dallas, lost to Republican primary challenger Donald Huffines. Other fiercely competitive Senate races went down to the wire.
Dewhurst is running against Senator Dan Patrick, Todd Staples, and Jerry Patterson in the Republican primary.
They start 11:30 a.m. Sunday on KCIT FOX 14.
Some of the main issues on the ballot are the race for Potter County Judge, Texas Governor, Texas Attorney General, State Senator for District 31, And US Representative District 13.
All of the major Republican candidates for Texas agriculture commissioner strongly oppose any pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants — a position that the agricultural lobby says would cripple the industry in Texas.
Low voter turnout among Hispanics in Texas plays a key role in preventing the Republican-dominated state from being politically competitive, according to a new report.
The way Democrats see it, Greg Abbott hurt himself by campaigning with caustic rocker Ted Nugent. In the Abbott camp, though, the Nuge blowback theory is another fiction spun by the liberal elites.
Three Texas Supreme Court justices up for re-election face GOP primary challenges. Backers of the incumbents are critical about where support for those challengers is coming from. And those challengers have questioned the current court's conservatism.
Early voting continues until Friday.
Maybe you were looking for a policy debate on transportation or water or school finance? That's not what the political candidates are talking about. They're focused on issues that motivate primary voters.