Voters Guide

Voters Guide

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Be informed! Compare candidates! Find what is on your ballot!

Voters may compare candidates in the May 26, 2020 Primary Runoff election using the famous League of Women Voters nonpartisan Texas Primary Voters Guide at VOTE411.org.

  • The 2020 Texas Primary Election Runoff Voters Guide online VOTE411.org 
  • The 2020 Texas Primary Election Voters Guide in PDF iconEnglish
  • The 2020 Texas Primary Election Voters Guide in PDF iconSpanish
Please share the League's nonpartisan Voters Guide with your friends and family and be sure to visit your local League of Women Voters website for more local voting & election information.

It is easy to Be a Texas Voter with the online version of the Voters Guide at VOTE411.org

  • Go to VOTE411.org or use the tool below.  Input your street address, without an apartment number.  If you live in a rural area be sure to spell out "county road."
  • Compare candidates and mark each candidate you plan to vote for in each election. Review all the races and choose all your candidates. Then click finish to print your personalized ballot.
  • Find your polling place. Bring a friend and go vote!
  • Have a "choose your candidate party!" Buy pizza, go to VOTE411.org, compare candidates in each race, at the end print a copy to take to the polls.
  • Watch a short video on how to compare candidate with VOTE411.org

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The League appreciates the sponsors of the 2020 Texas Primaries Voters Guide.

 

What Do They Do? A short video explanation of state elected offices

Who are county officials? Texas Counties Delivers provides a short video explanation of county elected offices.

More Voters Guide Information

  • The League of Women Voters is proud to be nonpartisan. The League never supports or opposes political candidates or political parties.  
  • We list candidates in contested races who are on the election ballot and provide their answers to questions posed by the League of Women Voters of Texas.
  • The LWV Texas Voters Guide covers statewide candidates, State Board of Education, Supreme Court Justices, Court of Appeals Justices and US Representative and Texas House Rep candidates that did not have a local League.  Each candidate was emailed three times during production. If a candidate did not respond they may still be added to our online Voters Guide at VOTE411.org.
  • You may print the Voters Guide to bring into the voting booth!  Note, however, that mobile phones are prohibited in the voting booth, so be sure to bring what you need on paper, not on your phone.
  • The Voters Guide is also available online at VOTE411.org. Enter your address and zip code and view the races and candidates that appear on your ballot. You will be able to compare the candidates’ responses to the questions and print your ballot that you can take to the polls.
  • Any use of the League of Women Voters name in campaign advertising or literature has not been authorized by the League.

This Voters Guide is funded by the League of Women Voters of Texas and by donations from supporters like you. Make a secure donation online. 

Voters Guides

  • 2020 Texas Primaries Voters Guide PDF iconEn & PDF iconSp
  • 2019 Constitutional Amendment Voters Guide En & Sp
  • 2018 General Election Voters Guide En & Sp
  • 2018 Primary Election En  Sp
  • 2017 Constitutional Amendment Election En  Sp
  • 2016 General Election En  Sp
  • 2016 Primary Election En  Sp
  • 2015 Constitutional Amendment En  Sp
  • 2014 General Election En

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