Election Day Information

Tomorrow is Election Day for Houston's run-off races — including Houston mayor and controller along with several council positions. Registered voters have from 7 AM to 7 PM to cast a ballot. Laurie Johnson reports.

Houston residents, City of Bellaire residents and people in certain districts of HISD are eligible to vote in the run-off election.

Harris County Deputy Clerk Kevin Mausey says people need to remember there are different rules for election day than in the early voting period.

"We have a total of 410 polling locations. You will need to vote in the location that's assigned to your voting precinct. So a good thing to do is to check to see where exactly that location is before you leave to go to the poll. They can find those locations on our website at HarrisVotes.com."

Even if you didn't vote in the November general election, you can still vote in the run-off as long as you're registered.

There are a total of 11 races in the run-off, but depending on where you live you'll probably only see four or five on your ballot.

Laurie Johnson. KUHF-Houston Public Radio News.

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Laurie Johnson

Local Host, All Things Considered

Laurie Johnson is the Houston host for All Things Considered at KUHF NPR for Houston. Before taking the anchor chair, she worked as a general assignments reporter at KUHF, starting there as an intern in 2002...