The League of Women Voters Guide is available now!
The Texas Primary Runoff Election is July 14th - less than a month away!
Vote by mail ballots are arriving in mailboxes across Texas! Early voting starts next Monday, June 29th.
Texas voters may view League of Women Voters' nonpartisan Voters Guide on VOTE411.org to research the candidates in the ballot. VOTE411 allows voters to select the candidates of their choice and print out their selections.
For those who prefer to read a print version of the Voters Guide, there is a copy of the Texas League's Voters Guide on the LWVTX website.
There is still time to apply to vote by mail. Vote by Mail applications must be received by your county elections officials - not postmarked - by July 2, 2020. For more information, voters may visit the League of Women Voter of Texas website LWVTexas.org or click here.
"Every election is an important election! Local, state and national elections have consequences that impact our daily lives - from the quality of the air we breathe and the food we eat, the schools for the children in neighborhoods across our cities and towns, to the roads we drive on. Your vote makes a difference!" said Grace Chimene, president of the League of Women Voters. "I encourage Texas voters to share the Voters Guide and the link to VOTE411.org with friends, family, and coworkers."
Additional information can be found on the Voting and Election section of the League website. The League's special webpage on Voting & the Coronavirus addresses voting safely. The League also provides Texas voter information in Spanish on the website and in VOTE411.org. Texas voters may also find local information on their county website.
While the League of Women Voters never supports or opposes candidates or parties, they encourage every eligible Texan to Be A Texas Voter! Their mission is Empowering Voters. Defending Democracy.
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