AMARILLO, TX (KFDA) - Voting for the primary elections took place today, for local and state government officials.
Many showed up to the polls in early voting, with more casting their ballots than in 2014.
You can find the results to the March primary elections here.
You can watch interviews with Kel Seliger and Four Price as they await results here:
If any races go to a runoff, meaning somebody did not get 50 percent plus one vote, the runoff election date is May 22. Early voting for runoff elections will start on May 14, and you can register to vote until April 23.
If you did not vote for the primary elections, you can vote in the runoffs in May. If you did vote, you may only vote in the runoff for the party primary you voted for in the primary elections.