Texas’ primary is back on the election calendar.

A three-judge panel set May 29 as the official primary date, Thursday. The order settles one of the biggest outstanding questions tied to ongoing redistricting drama.

Many candidates will have to file in new districts due to reshuffling in the interim maps — Austin Congressman Lloydd Doggett among them. Filing will reopen Friday and closes March 9 Anyone who already filed in a district will have the option to switch districts or to drop out altogether.

The court also ruled that candidates must be residents of the district they want to represent by April 9. Anyone who already filed has until March 9 to amend any incorrect precincts, districts or place designations.

Voter registration cards will be in the mail by April 25. Runoff elections will be on July 31, and precinct chair elections will be held the next day.