LUBBOCK, Texas (KCBD) - Monday, June 29 will be the first day of the extended early voting period for special and runoff elections scheduled for July 14. Early voting will run through July 10.
Gov. Abbott made the proclamation moving this election back from May 26 on March 20, as part of the Texas COVID-19 response. The early voting period originally scheduled for July 6 is now starting a week early.
Lubbock County is asking voters to please wear face coverings and to bring their own pen or stylus to fill out the ballot.
There will be no voting on July 3rd or 4th.
LINK: Early voting locations
LINK: Voter ID requirements
LINK: Sample ballot lookup