Both of the major political parties, Republicans and Democrats, hold a primary election to select the candidates that will represent their party in the November General election.
Texas has open primaries, which means that all registered Texas voters can vote in the primary election of their choice (but only one). Once you participate in one party's election, then you cannot vote in the other party's primary during that election year.
For nonpartisan information about the primary elections and candidates, see: LWV Voters Guide for the Texas Primary Elections
In the United States, general Election Day occurs on the Tuesday following the first Monday of November. November 2020 will be a presidential election year.
Use the following links to check with your county to see whether you are registered to vote:
You are eligible to vote if: