If you haven't participated in a party's primary or convention this year - you can vote in any party's primary runoff election as long as you're registered to vote for that race, according to the Texas Election Code.
Pennsylvanians will head to the polls Tuesday for the primary election.
Both Mango and Ellsworth are first-time candidates from suburban Pittsburgh.
How candidates get that endorsement differs from county to county. The victor will run against Democratic Governor Tom Wolf in November. Wolf past year ordered an investigation into the treatment of state employees, including state police troopers, by Stack and his wife and stripped Stack of state police protection.
The County Commissioner Precinct 4 Republican candidates are incumbent Jim Clark and James Metts.
On the Republican ticket, County Commissioner Precinct 2 incumbent Charlie Riley is up against Greg Parker.
For the Democratic Party, the only office to be decided on the runoff ballot is the statewide race for Governor. In the Senate there are 34 Republicans and 16 Democrats. That has put a target on his back for Republicans. Valdez is the former sheriff of Dallas County.
Barletta has been running for months as the presumptive Republican nominee: He is endorsed by the state Republican Party and backed by President Donald Trump.
The ballot includes all countywide offices including the District Attorney and Superintendent of Schools, a Bay Area-wide transportation measure, Regional Measure 3, the primary for California Governor and other state offices, state Assembly and U.S. Senate.
"This is the map that many people think is natural for Pennsylvania, which is a 50-50 state, a classic battleground, but hasn't performed that way in terms of congressional elections for decades", he said by telephone. Litton won the Democratic primary in March with 52.81 percent of the vote, facing four opponents. Republicans hold 13 of Pennsylvania's 18 congressional seats. However, since then, three Republicans have resigned, leaving two seats vacant for now and another filled in a special election by Democrat Conor Lamb.
Every congressional district in Virginia except for one is contested this year. Republicans now control the House, 121-82, and the Senate, 36-14. If you don't know where to vote, or who you can vote for, here's what you need to know.
There are also three special elections on Tuesday to fill vacancies created when three House members left early to take other jobs: Rep. Brandon Neuman, D-Washington; Rep. Scott Petri, R-Bucks; and Rep. Matt Baker, R-Bradford. Polls open at 7:00 am and close at 8:00 pm. Any voter in line by 8 p.m.is allowed to vote.
Polling place locations and official voter information can be found on the County's web site.
To view a sample ballot based on your address, see here.