Bulletin Staff Report

    Texas Republicans have some unfinished business left over from the March 2 primary, the Texas Secretary of State office said. Early voting in the Texas GOP runoff will run from Monday through Friday, with the runoff election scheduled for April 13.

    GOP voters in Texas will go to the polls to decide the race for Supreme Court Justice Place 3. Rick Green and Debra Lehrmann survived a six-person campaign in the March 2 election. The winner of the runoff will face Democrat Jim Sharp in November.

    No local races will be on the ballot. Voters who participated in the GOP primary in March, or who are registered but did not vote in March, are eligible. Voters who voted in the Democratic primary may not vote,

    A razor thin difference separated the first and fourth finishers in the race, by far the closest statewide race in the primary. Former State Legislator Green and Fort Worth District Court Judge Lehrmann finished second and third in Brown County with 21.42 and 18.12 percent of the local vote, respectively. Jim Moseley received the most Brown County votes, with 27.01 percent

    Early voting begins Monday, and ends at the close of business Friday at the Brown County Elections Office inside Adams Street Community Center.